Classes are back in session, but things are far from back to normal at Buffalo Gap High School where students and teachers and still glowing about their state football title.
Many cars in the parking lot had new messages Monday, letting everyone know about the championship and the 14-0 season for the Bison.
Some hallways of the high school are still lit in black and yellow, and the banners remain. The football players say they were proud to make history.
Quarterback Travis Morris says, "I think they said 43, 45 years, since the school's been built and they've never had a state championship. So this is huge not only for the school, but for all the students and teachers."
School seniors say it will be good to graduate without any football regrets.