Ed Godfrey: Kingfisher. Too much tradition, too much talent and a bracket that is favorable for a title run.
Scott Wright: Kingfisher. The easy regular season schedule didn't show the state just how good these guys are.
Consensus: Vian. The Wolverines outscored their opponents 624-23 in rolling to an undefeated regular season.
Ryan Aber: Vian. There are some really good teams at the top of 2A that haven't been challenged much, but the Wolverines weather the storm.
Ed Godfrey: Oklahoma Christian School. Wins over Metro Christian and Millwood this season prove the Saints are the real deal.
Scott Wright: Vian. Simply overpowering. Quarterfinal matchup with two-time champ Hennessey will be hard-core, old-school football.
Consensus: Wynnewood. Brad O'Steen has built the Savages into a power once again.
Ryan Aber: Wynnewood. Trey Knowles and Jace Brown ignite the Savages' offense to give the school its first football title since 1992.
Ed Godfrey: Wynnewood. In a rematch with district foe Wayne, Wynnewood wins again.
Scott Wright: Wayne. In a rematch with district foe Wynnewood, Wayne will avenge the regular-season loss and claim its second straight gold ball.
Consensus: Wetumka. A Chieftains win would give Wetumka its first football state title.
Ryan Aber: Wetumka. If Derrick Moore is able to stay healthy, Wetumka comes out on top.
Ed Godfrey: Wetumka. Running back Derrick Moore outclasses the competition.
Scott Wright: Wetumka. The best player in the class — RB Derrick Moore — and good support around him.
Consensus: Tipton. Only a late touchdown and two-point conversion against Duke on Sept. 28 kept the Tigers from turning in a season shutout.
Ryan Aber: Tipton. Eight points allowed. All year.
Ed Godfrey: Tipton. If no one can score on them, how can anyone beat them?
Scott Wright: Tipton. These guys are dominance defined. Only question is how many shutouts they will add to their current total of nine.