This team doesn't have any actual championship game experience, but this group of Moguls watched the 2007 team win the title, and their assistant coach Ronnie Lowrance says that his guys believe they can accomplish anything they want to accomplish.
He said, "They're a very confident group. I can tell you that much. Whatever we need to get done that's their focus that week. So far they've accomplished it. They've been, especially the last few weeks, real coachable and doing things exactly the way we've asked them to do it."
They have a tough challenge ahead of them on Friday. The Tenaha Tigers are waiting with an offense that scores 58 points per game. The Class A Div. II state championship game starts at 4.