The Permian Panthers returned to prominence in 2014.
With a 9-4 record and an appearance in the regional round of the playoffs, that Mojo mystique seems to be back in full force.
But with great success, comes big expectations.
Coach Blake Feldt and company know that this year the spotlight will be even brighter.
With a strong returning class of starters on both sides of the ball it will make things a little easier on Mojo.
The Panthers will also have a new quarterback under center. Trey Potter takes over for Heath Wood.
Potter is a very mobile quarterback and should add another dimension to the position.