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MOJO Entering Crucial Final Stretch of Regular Season

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.
It's going to be tough for the Permian Panthers to make the playoffs, but it's not completely out of the picture. The MOJO will need to win their final three games of the regular season, starting tomorrow night when they host the Abilene Cooper Cougars from Ratliff stadium.

The young MOJO defense will have their hands full with Cooper quarterback and University of Texas commit Lorenzo Joe, and Permian head coach Blake Feldt knows it won't be easy. Feldt said "I tell you the scary thing about Lorenzo Joe is that he can make something bad and turn it in to something really really good very quickly. You could have a busted play, or you could do a great job in the secondary and have everybody covered then he takes off running. That's where he is the most dangerous. When he's just back there making plays."
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