Permian Traditions of the Past

- Rattling the wooden planks in the bleachers at Barrett Stadium.
- Black/White Game that featured graduating Seniors versus the next year's team.
- Student Body Right... Student Body Left.
- The guy in the stands with the bugle playing "Charge".
- Cow bells clanging in the stands.
- Fans staying until the end of the game, even on lop-sided games.
- Making opposing Blue-Chip college prospect players look really overrated.
- Players that talked Permian attitude to the media.
- Going to the state playoffs year-after-year.
- Having one of the smallest teams, with the biggest hearts in the state.
- Halftime adjustment, and dominating the second half of the game with defense.
- Having more fans on our side of the stands than the opposing home team.
- Several motor homes parked at every game we played, home or away.
- 18,000 Permian fans, and the band playing "Hawaii 5-0" in Texas Stadium.
- Kurt Kiser of KOSA-TV saying "and that's a MOJO touchdown!".
- CB conversations on the way to and from a Permian playoff game.
- The Roll Calls for fans waiting to buy playoff tickets the next morning.
- Opponents chanting "No Mo Mojo" or "Mojo Who?".
- Hearing the opponent fans silenced by mid-fourth quarter.
- People asking "What is a MOJO", just to find out Four Quarters later.
- Black and White streamers on mile marker signs on every road game.
- Counting how many cars had Mojo on them on the road game drives.
- Zentner's Daughter with the crowd before a game in San Angelo.
- K.C. Steak House in Big Spring before the game against the Steers.
- Standing by the Field House burning an orange candle for the Angelo game.
- 100+ Pepettes wearing their black & white candy striped sweaters.
- Watching a band perform in black and white, including the drum majors.
- Majorettes outfitted in shiny silver, with the knee high boots.
- A massive marching band that stretched from end-to-end of the playing field.
- The band in the halls of Permian after the pep rally on game day.
- Hearing this thunderous band as it came out of the tunnel at Texas Stadium.
- The band uniformly marching off the field while chanting MOJO around the field.
- Crowds actually shouting the letters when the band spelled P-A-N-T-H-E-R-S.
- The Black-N-White Santa outfit worn by the Panther.
- Dr. Rowntree's black and white Christmas tree.
- Sending out Christmas cards wishing friends and family a Merry Mojo Christmas.
- Receiving cards from friends and family wishing a Merry Mojo Christmas.
- Big wooden yard signs in front of the players' houses, except crosstown week.
- Seeing only Permian signs on the Eastside of Odessa.
- Listening to "Catch Us If You Can" by Dave Clark Five on Friday afternoons.
- Hearing excuses about the one play that cost OHS the game - year-after-year.
- Dr. Rowntree's back door - medical treatment with no waiting.

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2-6A Standings

Team Dist Sea PF PA
O Permian 0-0 0-0 000 000
A Tascosa 0-0 0-0 000 000
Frenship 0-0 0-0 000 000
Midland Lee 0-0 0-0 000 000
Midland High 0-0 0-0 000 000
Odessa High 0-0 0-0 000 000
update - 7/02/2018  9:22 a.m.


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