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The Bryan Adams Cougars Football team 2018 Football Schedule is set and it looks to be a very exciting year for the Cougars.  UIL realignment has place the Cougars in District 6-5A, the Dallas Morning News has affectionately labeled group the "District of Death".  The Cougars are excited for the opportunity to raise their level of play against some of the best football team in the state in 2017. District 6-5A includes 5A State Champion Highland Park and 5A Semi-Finalist Mansfield Legacy.  Bryan Adams is the only other member of this district to play into the 2nd round last football season.  It will be a tough district but the Cougars have been preparing since the 2017 football season ended to compete on a weekly basis.  The schedule below is the correct but Dallas ISD and Fort Worth ISD have not set the dates and times as of this posting.  A corrected schedule will be published as soon as finalized.  #WeWillWin.  Twitter: @Adams_Football

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Doug English is a former Detroit Lion, Texas Longhorn, Bryan Adams alumni and owner/inventor of the PowerDrive.  Mr. English graciously donated a custom PowerDrive to the football program at Bryan Adams High School.  Head Football coach Sean Lorance is very excited at the opportunity to integrate this piece of equipment into their year round program.

 

 

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The Cougar Nation was excited as 5 Bryan Adams football players signed their National Letter of Intent (NLI) to play football in college on Wednesday February 7, 2018.  These student athletes are fortunate to be able to continue their athletic dreams at the collegiate level and get a great education.  #WeWillWin

Left to right: James Carrington (Bethan College), Marquithias Johnson (Hiram College), Demond Easter (Texas College), Head Football Coach Sean Lorance, Antoine Barnes (Angelo State University), Nick Murphy (Texas A&M University Commerce)

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Good Morning Cougar Nation;

The University Interscholastic League released the 2018-2019 school year football districts yesterday and the Cougars are excited at the opportunity we will have to compete in District 6-5A Division 1 Football.    What a great opportunity this is for Bryan Adams to put our program on display for wider audience.  This will be a tough district, but we have been working extremely hard this off-season to improve on our historical 2017 football season.  First year head football coach Lorance said; "To really make a jump an improve as a football program you need to play great people.  This new district will give us that opportunity".  Coach Lorance also said; "Our football program is being built to make deep runs in the playoffs, securing one of the 4 playoff spots in this new district will ensure we are battle tested and ready to accomplish that goal."

The players are excited, the coaches are excited, and as we look forward to spring football our eyes are fixed on the same three goals we have for every football season.

  1. Make the playoffs. (nothing matters until this goal is met)
  2. Win the district championship.  (not talked about until #1 is met first)
  3. Win the first round playoff game.  (we have always believed if you win the first round game anything can happen after that)

The Cougar Football program is thankful for all of the support the community has shown and will work very hard to honor that support.

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Senior Bryan Adams football player Mathew Nagbe has had a very busy few months since the football season ended.  Stacking on top of Mathew being ranked 13 out of 391 seniors at Bryan Adams High School, Mathew has garnered many awards and is beginning to stockpile scholarships.

  • First Team All-District Offense and Defense for District 12-5A.
  • Texas High School Coaches Association 2nd Team Academic All-State.
  • Football Team Captain
  • 2018 National Football Foundation Gridiron Club of Dallas Scholar-Athlete of the year
  • Nancy Lieberman Charities 2018 College Scholarship Recipient (10,000 scholarship) 

Mathew will study engineering in college.  #WeWillWin

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The Bryan Adams football team concluded the 2017 season with their best finish since 1985.  Three separate milestones were completed in 2017.  The Cougar football team made the playoffs for the 3rd year in a row, this was a first in the 60 year history of Bryan Adams.  We won a district championship for the first time since 1985 finishing the district portion of the schedule with a 5-1 record.  In beating Samuel in the first round of the playoffs the Cougars won a playoff game for the first time since 1985.  First year head football coach Sean Lorance and the football program has already began working towards the 2018 football season and look forward to representing our community for years to come.  #WeWillWin.

 

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Tick-Tock; time is moving fast as your 12-5A District Champion Bryan Adams Cougars face off with Samuel Saturday November 18, 1 pm at Kincaide Stadium.  Come support your community school as they try to advance in the Texas High School playoffs.

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The Bryan Adams athletic department would like to invite the community to support the 12-5A District Champion Cougar football team as they play Samuel HS in the first round of the Texas High School playoffs this Saturday 1 pm at Kincaide Stadium.  The football program won their first District Championship since 1985 and look to advance in the playoffs and keep their season alive.  Milestones reaches to this point are; first District Championship since 1985, first football team in the 60 year history of Bryan Adams to make the playoffs three years in a row.  Very exciting things are happening at Bryan Adams and we would like to build a bigger presence in our community.  We Will Win!