RINGLING, Okla. (KTEN) - The Ringling Blue Devils are just one game away from winning their second state title in the past four years under head coach Phil Koons, and it all goes down this Saturday as they take on an all too familiar team who they took down in the 2019 Class A State Championship.

"They're the defending champs, so they're going to have a lot of pride going into this game. We beat them a couple years ago, so I'm sure they want revenge from that, but we just have to do our thing, play as a team and get better on offense and defense this week in practice," senior center Julius Koons said.

Cashion is coming in 14-1 this season, and the Wildcats look to win back to back titles after defeating Thomas-Fay-Custer in the championship last year. Despite beating Cashion in 2019 for the title, Coach Koons and the team have a lot to prepare for.

"It's very difficult. They're dual threat quarterback he can run and throw. They're huge up front. They're very skilled. They're in the finals for a reason, and play great defense. We're going to have to play much better than we played the past couple weeks especially offensively, and we're going to have to play great defense to bring home the gold ball," Coach Koons said.

The Blue Devils barely survived Morrison last week in the state semis coming out on top 13-12.

"The defense played outstanding. The offense not as much you know we have a lot of areas to improve. Even though we've had some good offensive performances in the post season. I feel like our semi final game our offense didn't play as well as it could," Julius Koons said.

Ringling is 50-3 since being under Coach Koons, and has won 5 titles in the program's history dating back to 1989.

"We've got a great coaching staff, and they just do really good coaching us, and we've been pretty successful. It's a big game. If we just go out there and do our thing, I don't think there's a team that can beat us," senior middle linebacker Brayden Johnson said.

Kickoff is set for 1 pm at the University of Central Oklahoma.