As far as winning goes, South Fayette knows it can't improve on last year's unbeaten season capped by WPIAL and PIAA titles. The Lions' focus now is to just do it again.
With senior quarterback Brett Brumbaugh back running the offense, the possibility of repeating is extremely realistic. Brumbaugh threw for a WPIAL single-season record 3,897 yards a year ago, completing 68 percent of his passes and tossing 41 touchdown passes. He was named the Post-Gazette Player of the Year and the Class AA state player of the year.
"With him, you always have a chance to win no matter who you're playing," coach Joe Rossi said.