On Friday night the Bulldogs also locked up a playoff birth for the 20th year in a row. To put that into perspective, this year's senior class was 3 years from being born the last time the Bulldogs missed the playoffs.
However, head coach Hugh Sandifer's team has more to play for on Friday night. If they win, Wylie will share the District 4-3A championship.
"We've got an opportunity to play for something everybody in the state wants to win. That's everybody's goal, is to try to be a district champion. We don't really look at that as pressure, but rather something we wanted to accomplish," said head coach Hugh Sandifer.
"I think it's going to be just like every other game. I mean we're going to play hard. We're going to practice hard. We're just going to push like we have all along. We're going to keep playing like we've been playing, because we don't know how to play any other way," said Landon Vogler.
"I can't imagine playing in week ten and your game doesn't mean anything. This is a great playoff type atmosphere. It ought to bring a lot of good play and emotion to the game on Friday," said Sandifer.
Wylie's finale is at Sweetwater against the Mustangs. Sweetwater is still in the playoff hunt, and can get in by beating the Bulldogs. Kick-off is set for 7:30 p.m. at the Mustang Bowl.