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All Access: Midwest City Football Opens 2015 Football Season At Midnight

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The 2015 high school football season officially begins in Oklahoma on Monday, August 10, so Midwest City High School wasted no time and kicked off their first practice of the season at midnight.

The Bombers come into 2015 off a 7-4 campaign last season, and a first round playoff loss to Sand Springs in class 6A-II.

The school will look to win it's sixth state title in 2015, and first since 1995.

Darrell Hall's team will take the field with plenty of fresh faces.

Midwest City graduated nine players on the defense side of the ball, and actually lost 12 defensive players to college scholarships.

The Bombers are led on the defense by assistant coach, Jason Sexton.

To see an inside look at Sexton coaching watch the video below.

A rising prospect for the Bombers is defensive back Evan Fields.

Fields already has some division I scholarship offers heading into his junior season.

For an inside look at practice from Fields' perspective watch the video below.