by Jacqueline Sit
"It's hard to describe the intensity, there's so many things involved, you got the crowd involved," Arvey Villa, an assistant principal at Permian High School, said.
"I think it pumps up everybody even more that we know we're going to be in the limelight. It's going to be a lot of fun," Hollie Hutson, a cheerleader at Permian High School, said.
"They realize this is a high profile game so to speak," Villa said.
"We're not going to be thinking about the cameras or anything, we're just going to play our game," Josh Taylor, a linebacker for the Permian Panthers football team, said.
Permian Panthers will be up against Euless Trinity Trojans. With the shirts they'll be sporting, they're hoping to stomp the 'Euhs-less' on TV.
"We got some cheers, some new stuff. We're bringing out everything," Hutson said.
"Every Friday night is an opportunity for the kids to perform for our town to rally for our kids," Buddy Hale, senior assistant principal at Permian High School, said.
This years Mojo motto, Panthers packing on championship number seven in '07.
"I'm expecting the Panthers to kick butt," Hutson said.