DAVIS, OK -- "All do respect, I'm not an OU fan or an OSU fan, I'm a Davis fan and this is our focus and our passion and as soon as we cut the grass and mark the field, it's time for us to have fun," head coach Jody Weber said.
Davis is of course one of the premier high school football programs in Oklahoma; 29 straight postseasons and counting.
Only problem is it's been 18 years since their last title.
"I think we know what happened last year, and I think we want to come back this year and do as much as we can and work twice as hard to make sure we can get it done," senior Kaleb Casey said.
"We just try not to think about it, come out and work hard every day," senior Braden Ruth added.
The Wolves were 14-0 marching into Stillwater on a chilly December night last year only to fall at the hands of Oklahoma Christian in the Class 2A title game.
Now after graduating 17 starters there's no telling what will happen in the fall.
"It's kind of like a big question mark, no body knows what to expect or anything like that," Ruth said.
State championships are always the target every season, but these seniors have fallen in the title game twice now. That may give them the edge when it comes to experience.
"There's a focus on a finished product with our kids and they understand that and even throughout the many wins we've been fortunate enough to be apart of, every win we come in and our kids understand that we've got to get better in spite of the fact that we're winning football games," Weber said.
Another district championship is definitely highly likely, but in Davis those are not near as important as the number 15.
"The 15-0 is always a goal for us but, win number 15 is way more important than any of those wins before it. Obviously you've got to win five in a row, you've got to find a way into the playoffs and you've got to win five in a row," Weber concluded.