Chad Currie: It's our biggest game of the year. We've talked about it, talked about the pressure that's going to be put upon us, we've also accepted that. Eldorado's a good opponent, I've known Coach Green a long time. They've beaten the teams they're supposed to beat this year, he's going to have a well prepared program and a well prepared team to come out and play us.
Pilla: Although on paper you'll see a (1-5) record, the Miles football team says they're a better team than that. They've battles injuries throughout the season. When they take the field Friday versus Eldorado, that will be the first game played this year where the Bulldogs are completely healthy.
Colton Wilson, Junior, FB/DE: That's one of the main factors actually, injuries kind of bugged us all season and I actually went out with I think week three with an injury and I had to have surgery and all that but I'm back now, now that we're actually starting to piece together a little bit more, we're starting to look better.
Pilla: It's an uphill battle with Eldorado, Irion County, Bronte, and Christoval left on the menu, but the Bulldogs believe in themselves and are sending a message that they're coming for a spot in the postseason.
Kyle Fischer, Senior, RB/Safety: We're a very confident team, I know our record might not show it because we're only one and five but we're a better football team than one and five and I just want everyone to know that.
Wilson: Well we're coming district six, we're coming. We may not have started out that well but we're here and we're going to keep fighting until the end.
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