Irving, TX — With a kickoff temperature in the low teens, Permian endured the cold to complete a perfect 16-0 season. With a 28-14 victory over Aldine, the Panthers secured the 1989 Class 5A State Champion title on Saturday afternoon in Texas Stadium. They have also been named National Champions by sports television giant ESPN.
Odessa, TX — Trailing by 14 points at the half, Permian scored 21 points in the fourth quarter to tie Arlington High at Texas Stadium. The Panthers advance in the 1987 state playoffs on tie-breaking first downs.
Midland, TX — On a damp Thursday night, turnovers came by the bucketful. The District 4-5A battle between Permian and Midland Lee remained scoreless through one half of football. It was the Panthers that pulled out a 13-7 win midway into the final quarter at Memorial Stadium.
Irving, TX — Permian and Beaumont French met in Texas Stadium to lay claim to the 1984 State Champion crown. The Panthers (15-0) entered the contest as the top-ranked team in Texas, while many wondered if the Buffaloes would even be able to stay in the game. No one anticipated the game would end in a bittersweet 21-21 tie.
Irving, TX — Trailing 19-7 at the half, Permian shut down Port Arthur Jefferson’s high-powered offense to claim a 28-19 decision in the 1980 Class 5A State Championship at Texas Stadium. Permian slapped 21 unanswered point on the scoreboard in the second half.
Irving, TX — For the second straight year, Plano stood in the way of Permian playing for the Class 4A State Championship. In 1977, the Wildcats knocked the Panthers out of the playoffs in the Semifinal Round, 3-0. The difference of a field goal again halted a Mojo State Final appearance in the 6-3 loss at Texas Stadium on Saturday.
Lubbock, TX — Permian entered the contest undefeated at 13-0. The Panthers finished the game leading every statistical category. However, a Plano first quarter field goal was good enough to claim a 3-0 win in the Class 4A State Semifinal game at Jones Stadium.