Permian Individual Statistics

PASSING
  PLAYER COMPLETE ATTEMPT YARDS % TD INT
R Hall 62 106 781 59 10 4
  
RUSHING
  PLAYER CARRIES YARDAGE AVERAGE TDs
J Lara 74 339 4.6 6
R Hall 40 197 4.9 1
T Jones 24 127 5.3
J Viscaino 21 137 6.5 1
  
RECEIVING
  PLAYER RECEPTIONS YARDAGE AVERAGE TDs
J Richardson 25 385 15.4 4
T Jones 17 173 10.2 2
D Bass 8 90 11.3 2
J Pruitt 2 52 26.0 1

  

TACKLES
  PLAYER SOLO ASSIST TOTAL FOR LOSS
J Gilliam 35 8 43 13
C Clinton 10 15 25 5
B Woody 18 6 24 3
H Duran 12 10 22
P Haynes 16 5 21 7
  
FORCED TURNOVERS
  PLAYER INTERCEPTION FUM RECOVERY BLOCK PUNT
B Woody 2 0 0
J Gilliam 1 3 0
J Pruitt 1 0 1
D Bass 1 0 0
C Clinton 0 1 0
C Brannan 0 1 0
F Alvarado 0 1 0
H Duran 0 1 0
B Pry 0 1 0

 
Last Update:  September 24 | 1:04 am
  

History Of MojoLand

BACKGROUND & HISTORY

The MojoLand® website came into existence in 1996, as a response to Buzz Bissinger’s ‘Friday Night Lights’ book. I felt there were several bent truths and sensationalized information in the book. Being a graduate of Permian, I found portions of the book to be exaggerated. Hence the creation of MojoLand®.

The site began as a personal web page. It consisted of a news page, roster, schedule, coaching staff, and playoff history of the football team. In 1998, the Ector County Independent School District was in its Phase Two of becoming internet friendly and having a site originating from its campuses. Along the way, more and more features to the MojoLand® site would evolve.

The ECISD finally got on track and launched their own site, which included the district’s full athletic department. In 2000, MojoLand® would yield to the school district site and re-focus on the football athletes and their achievements during and after dawning the Panthers uniform.

The production of ‘Friday Night Lights – the Movie’ began in March of 2004 and I had an inside track. MojoLand® was the only website on the internet with daily updates and photos, as I was directly involved cast as a Permian assistant coach. The inside scoop afforded MojoLand® to top One Million internet visitors a month for most of 2004-05.

In 2006, the website featured the first internet-based virtual museum in the nation that was dedicated to a high school football program and its history.

MojoLand® celebrated its Black, White, and Silver anniversary after an unprecedented year of Covid surprises in 2020.  Through the many highs and lows, I have enjoyed corresponding with several of you over the past 25 years.

*Due to health and financial matters, I officially announced in September 2022 that this would be the last year of reporting on the achievements of our Permian athletes and sports programs.  In order to subsidize some of the web hosting costs, in addition to the mounting doctor bills, I am now offering my collected Mojo Memorabilia (and a few others) on the PermianSports.com website.


School History

Permian came into existence 60 years ago, as the third high school to Odessa. Located in the northern part of town, it was only a matter of time for the 250,000 square foot school to root into fertile soil. The beginning year saw Permian win three games, and in the second season of existence the Panther football program set the standard for winning with a record of 8-3-0. In just five years later, the Panthers won their first state championship in 1965. In 1966, the school district allowed the annexation of the Permian Field House, and the following year, the swimming pool was added. As the building was growing, the legend was taking root and spreading faster than the construction. It was also during this time, the infamous “MoJo” chant began. Continue reading “School History”