Prep football: Weighing in on MWC
Edmond Santa Fe coach Dan Cocannouer has seen his share of good teams in his 24 years of coaching but one thing he and the rest of the coaches around the state are trying to get a handle on is just how good are the Bombers.
“I’ve seen them on film and they’ve got a lot of speed,” Cocannouer said.
But like a lot of people, he wonders how good MWC would be if they played in a tougher district. 6A-2 is down this year with only three teams posting winning records through seven games. In contrast, 6A-1, where Santa Fe plays, has six teams who are 5-2 or better.
“I think if they were over here they’d be fighting for their life like the rest of us,” he said. “I don’t think they’ve had anyone challenge them. We know they’re a very good team, but until you get tested you never know how good .We’ve been in that position over here before.”
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