ADA, OK -- Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose. Ada must be doing both because they seriously can't lose.
Senior quarterback Wyatt Robson is tearing up class four secondary's while the Cougars have scored 283 points in their first six games.
Offense isn't the only aspect of coach Matt Weber's team doing it's job. The defense has only allowed 60 points all year launching this squad into No. 4 in Class 4A.
Only four games remain for the Cougars, four really tough games.
To keep the dream alive of an undefeated season they'll have to keep pushing it every day in practice, which they will, but it's still satisfying for the young men to relish in what they've already accomplished.
"It's great. Everywhere you go they say, 'oh, you play for Ada,' and I'm like, 'yeah,' and it's just a great community atmosphere and everything," senior linebacker and tight end D'angelo Dunn said.
"It's getting pumped. It gets pumped around here," added senior wide receiver Easton Pingleton.
"It's pretty good being 6-0. We've been working hard, this is what we wanted to come out here and accomplish and I think we're doing as good as we can," Dunn said.
"It feels good. This is the first 6-0 start we've had in a while, so it feels good to be a part of it," concluded Pingleton.
They'll try to make improve to 7-0 Friday against Glenpool.