PALISADE, Colo. - It was not a shock to high school football fans to see the Palisade Bulldogs back in the 3A state playoffs when the playoff brackets were released on Sunday afternoon. Now the Bulldogs are focused on a run at their sixth state championship in school history.
The Bulldogs only loss of the season came at the hands of top ranked Glenwood Springs. As a result, the Bulldogs finished second in the Western Slope League and received the sixth seed in the tournament.
To hear what the Bulldogs had to say at Monday afternoon's practice about D'Evelyn, click on the video above.