Midland High head coach Craig Yenzer assesses the final game of the season -- a win for the first time in ten games over Abilene High.
The Eagles come to Grande Communications Stadium to battle the Bulldogs for the 4th and final playoff spot in District 2-5A.
Midland High is tied for the 4th and final playoff spot with three other teams in District 2-5A, and on Friday they'll square off with one of those teams in Abilene High.
Midland High Bulldogs players Ryan Goodrum and Emilio Solis guest star on The Coaches Show and give host Matthew Villanueva their input on the loss against Odessa High and what it's going to take to win the final game to potentially reach playoffs.
Bulldogs head coach Craig Yenzer visits host Matthew Villanueva for the third and final time this season and talk about the loss to Odessa High and the huge final game of the season for playoffs.
Only one team can win, but both the Bulldogs and Bronchos need victories in order to have a chance at the post season.
Odessa High will welcome in Midland High to Ratliff stadium on Friday night, and it will be a big game for both teams.
Midland High was struggling mightily on offense to start Friday's game against Coronado, then stepped in junior QB Ryan Goodrum.
The Bulldogs need a victory over the last place Mustangs if they want to keep their playoff hopes alive in 2013.
Midland High has dropped three consecutive district contests, but head coach Craig Yenzer said his team is focusing on the final three games of the regular season and not worrying about what's already done.
The Coaches Show host Matthew Villanueva brings on board Bryce Boring and Adrian Adame to talk about the Tall City Rivalry game against Midland Lee and plans for the rest of the season.
Midland High Bulldogs head coach Craig Yenzer tells host Matthew Villanueva about the Tall City Rivalry loss to Midland Lee and what it's going to take for his team to make playoffs.
The 2013 Tall City Classic between the Bulldogs and Rebels. Who would come out on top?
Midland High and Midland Lee are preparing to square off on Friday night, and both head coaches know the impact this game will have on the District standings.
The Bulldogs have lost two games in a row by a combined 77 points, but it's important for the Dawgs to move on and focus on the task at hand.
Midland High players Mason Montgomery and Jason Roughton step on the scene and chat with host Matthew Villanueva about last weeks loss to Central and how they plan to fix their team's problems.
MHS head coach Craig Yenzer discusses last weeks loss at the hands of San Angelo Central and what he makes of the rest of the season.
The Bulldogs will look to bounce back strong after their loss to Central, as they welcome in the high flying Abilene Cooper Cougars and Lorenzo Joe.
Midland High has a huge game Friday night when they welcome in Lorenzo Joe and the Abilene Cooper Cougars.
Midland High travels to San Angelo Central and get burned by turnovers, and the Bobcats high octane offense.
The Bulldogs travel to San Angelo and try to knock off the district's best team, the Central Bobcats.
The Bulldogs travel to San Angelo in hopes of becoming the first team in 2013 to upset the Central Bobcats. So how can they do it?
Midland High junior Darius Reed made himself known versus Permian, only adding to the Bulldogs firepower behind premiere tailback Lance White.
The Midland High Bulldogs are 2-0 in District 2-5A play so far, mainly because of solid play from two quarterbacks. But can their success continue?
The Panthers travel down 191 to Grande Communications Stadium and take on the Midland High Bulldogs in a big time District 2-5A game.
Midland High will play two quarterbacks Friday against Permian, but they must establish an offensive consistency if they want to win.
The Midland High Bulldogs went into Amarillo and took a victory from Tascosa. Now the Bulldogs come back home to host the 1-3 Permian Panthers.
The Bulldogs travel to Amarillo for their first district game of 2013, taking on the Tascosa Rebels.
The Bulldogs travel to Amarillo for a match up against Tascosa on Saturday afternoon.
The Midland High Bulldogs are 0-2 when traveling to DFW, but head coach Craig Yenzer said there were some positives in the Bulldogs 49-37 loss to L.D. Bell.
The Bulldogs travel to Dallas/Fort Worth and take on the Blue Raiders.
The Midland High Bulldogs put on an offensive show in Week Zero, but head coach Craig Yenzer thinks they could've been better.
Midland High hosts El Paso Americas for their season opener in the ASCO Midland Football Madness.
The Midland Bulldogs continue to sort out position battles before Saturday's season opener versus El Paso Americas.
The Midland High Bulldogs are installing a new defense in 2013, one that will try and shut down the popular spread offenses throughout District 2-5A.