Created: September 17, 2020 11:05 PM
(ABC 6 News) - High School football teams across the state have hit the practice field this week, and now eagerly wait for the MSHSL's decision on if there will be a season this fall.
Even before the possibility of the MSHSL reversing their decision, teams were excited to get on the field.
"I entered this week, there was nothing on my radar or nothing on the horizon saying that there was going to be anything different. I was just excited to be back out with the guys," Century football Head Coach Jon Vik said.
The announcement of the meeting has just made the atmosphere even more electric.
"That gets everyone a little bit amped up and extra excited to. So lot a lot to practice for still," Stewartville football Head Coach Garrett Mueller said.
But even with the possibility of a season looming, coaches aren't changing their practice plans.
"We're not necessarily treating today any differently in terms of what we're doing and our practice plans and things like that and where our focus is. Certainly, like we said, it's probably a little boost in energy. But in terms of the focus and the intent in what we're doing out here, it's just another day for us," Mueller said.
Everyone has their eyes set on Monday, but for now, the players and coaches have nothing else to do but work on their craft.
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