Vian vs. Hennessey.
Lincoln Christian vs. Millwood.
Jones vs. Stroud.
All three of those games would be worthy Class 2A championship game matchups.
Each of those games, though, will happen Friday night in the third round.
“There's probably not seven points difference in all of those three games right there,” Jones coach Dave Martin said. “It's definitely going to be some really tough matchups for the top teams.”
With No. 1 Davis losing to Millwood last week, not only is the field wide open, but there's a depth to the class rarely seen.
“It's really unique,” Lincoln Christian coach Darren Melton said. “There are some really, really good teams that are going to be sitting at home next week. There's some really good teams sitting home now.
“It's been interesting to watch things evolve and transpire the way they have. There are just some titanic matchups in our class.”
While all of the games are big in this round, Jones-Stroud might be the biggest.
Both stand 12-0.
Stroud hasn't allowed more than 14 points in any game, and no opponent has come within 20.
Jones has allowed more than 14 just twice and boasts wins over fellow 2A quarterfinalists Millwood and Hennessey.
“We've just got to use the same philosophy we use week in an week out, and that's that we have to make defenses be balanced against us,” Martin said. “If you're going to try to take (Longhorns' receiver) Tylor Seabolt away, we feel like we've got plenty of other options.
“We've got five kids that we know are going to touch the ball every night, no doubt. There aren't a lot of teams in 2A that can say that, and that's been a big key for us.”
The other 2A game features Lindsay and Pawhuska.
Pawhuska was 4-5 at one point, but after knocking off previously unbeaten Adair in overtime to start the playoffs, it's hard to write off the Huskies.
Lindsay, though, has been putting up huge offensive numbers. The Leopards haven't been held to less than 33 points in any game this season and average nearly 53 points per game.
Class 2A quarterfinals
Jones at Stroud
Lincoln Christian at Millwood
Lindsay at Pawhuska
Vian at Hennessey
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday
Noteworthy: Jones receiver Tylor Seabolt topped the 1,000-yard receiving mark for the season in last week's win. ... Stroud's Dakota Biswell leads 2A with 1,956 yards rushing. ... Lincoln Christian's Max Simmons is one of the top tacklers in the state with 181. ... Millwood knocked off No. 1 Davis on the road last week. ... Lindsay quarterback Hunter Eubank had 44 touchdowns to just eight interceptions through the first 11 games. ... Pawhuska is in the third round despite a 5-5 regular season. ... Vian is averaging more than 53 points per game. ... Hennessey is the defending 2A champions.