Loaded with history.
Our sean coffey, in the gobbler capital of the world for cuero football's state championship ring presentation.
Before that ceremony, gobbler players signed autographs for the fans.
Then, two of the state champions, jordan whittington and trey moore, received honors for being picked to the dave campbell's texas football magazine whataburger super team.
Then came the rings, which have four green stones for cuero football's four state championships.
On the rings, the team's motto, uncommon men win, along with the score of their state championship win.
The cuero c on top is surrounded by faux diamonds.
Sean asked a pair of gobblers what made them uncommon.
Just the hard work and effort we put in.
Just, you know, from last january we've been grinding for this.
And just for us to be able to do this, it's great man, it's great.
You know, coming together as a family and us doing the right things.
You know, having each others back.
Going through hard times and adversity.
Even in adversity, we didn't break.
We kept going, we persevered and we're state champions.
Cuero isd and the gobbler football booster club paid for the state championship rings for the team and coaches.