Now the trick for the Moguls is to build on that momentum in two-a-days. A process that will not be easy or quick, but rather happens on a day-by-day basis for head coach Patrick Corcoran's team.
"That tells them they're going to get better as the season goes along. That we're just getting started. The focus is not necessarily on wins right now. It's on just getting better, and understanding what we want to accomplish. I feel like that will go a long ways with these young men," said Corcoran.
The Moguls return plenty of last year's team as well. Six starters are back on each side of the ball for 2014. Including quarterback Alfonzo Nunez, as well as running backs Zach Edgar and Day'Veon Dockins.
Look for wide receiver Temerick Reagins to a favorite target of Nunez this season in the passing game.
"We don't have very many kids that are what you would consider very fast, more quick than fast. We should have some ability to make some explosive plays as the season goes along, as we work towards making those game plans," said Corcoran.
One area of concern for the Moguls this year will be in the trenches. Munday loses quality linemen on both sides of the ball, and filling those holes will be key to Munday's success this season.
The Moguls season will start on August 29th at Windthorst.