In El Dorado, second year head coach Jared Anderson is trying turn a program around that went 1-8 last season and is 3-42 over the last five seasons.
The Wildcats are young this season and will have a new starting quarterback under center, but Anderson believes this year's squad is filled with talent and potential.
"We've got some guys that like to work right now and good senior leadership, and some kids that are quick on the edge and look forward to seeing these guys work hard every week," Anderson said.
While the Wildcats had trouble finishing games in 2013, the focus this season will be on closing out the games they have a chance to win.
"We got better throughout the year and we had some games slip by us. We feel this year, we have a chance at some of those," Anderson said. "We're just going to get better week-to-week this year and see where it ends up."