BRYAN, Texas -- There will be no playoffs for the College Station Cougars or Bryan Vikings this year, so their games this week will wrap up the 2013 season.
Bryan was hoping to be a playoff contender in year two under Hall Of Fame Head Coach Ross Rogers, but six straight losses has kept the Big Blue from reaching that goal.
The Vikings will close out their season Saturday with a 2pm game against College Park at Woodforest Bank Stadium in Shenandoah.
"We started out early in the year whether it be Midway or Hendrickson and said we'd like to be in the fourth quarter and have a chance and I felt like we've done that the last two weeks," said Ross Rogers.
"Once again we want to be in the 4th quarter and have a chance to bring back a victory week 10," ended Rogers.
Meanwhile Steve Huff and his College Station Cougars will play their final game of the year Friday night.
After losing to Jasper three weeks ago the Purple and Black has won back to back games and are coming off a bye last week.
The focus on Friday is to finish up strong against Prime Prep.
"At this point of the year you are playing to either get into the playoffs or you are not in and for us right now I think it's future," said Huff.
"We tell the kids to finish strong and finish what we've started. To this point this year they have played really really tough through some very good ball games, we we want to put our best foot forward and play strong through the end of the year," concluded Huff.
Kickoff at Cougar Field is set for 7:30 on Friday.
Former Dallas Cowboy defensive back and punt returner Deion Sanders is a founding member of Prime Prep Academy and he is a coach on the football team.
"Prime Time" as he was nick-named in the NFL, calls the offensive plays and works with the quarterbacks.