|Date||Teams||Result / Time||Status||Details|
|8/30/2013||Montwood (El Paso) @ Permian||21 - 17||Final (0-1)|
|9/6/2013||Permian @ Frenship||17 - 55||Final (0-2)|
|9/13/2013||Permian @ Odessa||28 - 31||Final (0-3, 0-1)|
|9/20/2013||Abilene @ Permian||14 - 24||Final (1-3, 1-1)|
|9/27/2013||Permian @ Midland||21 - 30||Final (1-4, 1-2)|
|10/4/2013||Tascosa @ Permian||23 - 38||Final (2-4, 2-2)|
|10/18/2013||Permian @ San Angelo Central||7 - 43||Final (2-5, 2-3)|
|10/25/2013||Cooper (Abilene) @ Permian||53 - 54||Final (3-5, 3-3)|
|11/1/2013||Permian @ Midland Lee||21 - 42||Final (3-6, 3-4)|
|11/7/2013||Coronado @ Permian||35 - 38||Final (4-6, 4-4)|
MOJO head coach Blake Feldt talks about the close win versus Coronado and how proud he is of his team, regardless of not making the postseason.
The Panthers need a victory to keep their playoff hopes alive in District 2-5A.
The MOJO defense allowed 42 points to Midland Lee, and if they want a shot at making the post season they will need to play better against Lubbock Coronado.
The MOJO look to keep their playoff hopes alive as they continue their rivalry with the Lee Rebels, who have already clinched their playoff spot in 2013.
The MOJO and Rebels continue their historic rivalry with playoff hopes on the line for the Panthers.
Breaking two Permian single-game records, Mikorban Fields was the no-brainer choice for the winner of Week 8 West Texas MVP.
Permian needed a victory, and they clawed and scratched until the final horn against the Abilene Cooper Cougars.
Matthew Villanueva counts down the three top plays by your West Texas football teams for Week 8.
The Cougars travel to Ratliff Stadium as the MOJO are in need of a big victory if they want to keep their playoff hopes alive.
The Permian Panthers aren't completely out of the playoffs, but it's going to take three consecutive wins if the MOJO want to see the post season.
Permian travels to San Angelo and lose to Central for the first time since 1997.
The Panthers travel to San Angelo and try to hand the Bobcats their second straight loss in District 2-5A.
The Panthers will travel to San Angelo on Friday night, and head coach Blake Feldt knows the Bobcats will come out with "Their hair on fire".
In what has already been a tough year, the Permian Panthers have two defensive starters quit the team prior to the teams big game against S.A. Central.
The Panthers lost one of their running backs early, but another stepped in and lead the MOJO to a big victory over Amarillo Tascosa.
The Permian Panthers try to get back on track as they host the Tascosa Rebels for Homecoming.
After a forgettable 1-4 start, the Permian Panthers are looking ahead for a better half of the season, and it starts with a team in a similar position against the Tascosa Rebels.
Permian head coach Blake Feldt points to the Panthers costly multiple turnovers as the reason for their 30-21 loss to Midland High.
The Panthers travel down 191 to Grande Communications Stadium and take on the Midland High Bulldogs in a big time District 2-5A game.
Head coach Blake Feldt may be new to the area, but he knows all too well of the Midland Bulldogs offensive arsenal.
The MOJO winning its first game was a big deal, but creating six turnovers and holding the Abilene Eagles scoreless after the first quarter was even bigger.
With the monkey officially off the back of Permian and head coach Blake Feldt after the Panthers first win, Feldt continues to push for improvement from his squad going into Week 3 of district.
The Permian Panthers host the Abilene Eagles from Ratliff and try to avoid starting 0-4 for the first time in school history.
Permian will try and avoid being the first team in school history to start 0-4 against the recently struggling Abilene High.
Mojo football seniors Derron Gatewood and Josh Ontiveroz talk about the rivalry game and the rest of the season to come.
Permian is 0-3, but head coach Blake Feldt is pleased with how Sophomore QB Trey Potter played against OHS.
Odessa High's Ron King and Permian's Blake Feldt sit down with us to discuss the OHS-Permian game.
The Panthers look to pick up their first win of 2013, against a familiar foe in Odessa High. Can the Bronchos keep up their momentum?
With Odessa's premiere rivalry football game looming, Permian head coach Blake Feldt tells us what he thinks and expects of the Odessa High Bronchos
The Permian Panthers couldn't get anything going in Week One, as they lost to Wolfforth Frenship 55-17