DAVIS, OK - "We have a bunch of good kids who love to play the game," said Davis head coach Greg Parker.
While this seems like a simple concept, that love for the game is one of the traits that makes Davis football a consistent contender for a state title and do not expect that to change under Greg Parker's watch.
"That has been going on in this town for a long time. It is a favorite of the community and our kids grow up loving the game and it definitely makes our job easier," said Coach Parker.
"Everything is going great. He is a wonderful coach, I have had him since I was in seventh grade and he is just the best," said Davis senior running back Dakota Coberley.
The Wolves are already comfortable with their new head coach, but as Parker enters his first season in command of the program he has tremendous respect for his predecessors.
"The Weber's were here for a long time and I was fortunate enough to get to learn everything that I know from those guys. It is nice to be a part of something that is important to the community," said Coach Parker.
Just as important as football to the Davis community is winning and in 2018 the Wolves have one skill set they believe sets them apart from past Davis squads.
"We have a lot of half backs that are really fast this season," said Davis senior tight end Caiden Coleman.
"It is incredible. I don't think I have ever seen this many fast guys in my life and I think this is one of the few years Davis has actually had this much speed," said Coberley.
"Our goal is to make sure we are getting better everyday and just working for each other and we figure if we do that then good things will happen," said Coach Parker.
"The goal is to prove everybody wrong and go get the gold ball," said Coberley.