The Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College football program is less than 24 hours away from taking center stage in tomorrow’s National Championship game.
This morning, the top ranked Bulldogs made their final preparations during a walk through on the campus of Pittsburgh State University in Pittsburgh, Kansas.
MGCCC will be taking on Lackawanna College from Scranton, Pennsylvania in a battle of two undefeated powers.
Gulf Coast is led by Quarterback Chance Lovertich who has never lost a junior college start.
Head Coach Jack Wright is looking to become just the second junior college coach all time to win a national title with two different schools.
The Bulldogs are looking for their first national crown since 2007 and their fifth overall. Coach Wright said, “The MACJC – the league we play in – is a very rugged league. A lot of good teams, a lot of ranked teams this year. So coming out of that undefeated and unscathed and getting here is no small accomplishment.”
Tomorrow’s game kicks off at 5 p.m. on CBS Sports Network.