Munday scored 50 points and had a six-touchdown lead in the first half of last week's playoff-opening victory against Wink.
However, Moguls coach Patrick Corcoran wasn't totally ecstatic. That's because his team lost three fumbles on its side of the field and had some defensive slip-ups.
"We fumbled three times, and you can't have those," Corcoran said. "All three were in our end of the field and could have been seven points if they put it in the end zone. We also didn't really stay with our keys defensively at times."
The No. 1 Moguls will be hoping to look a little sharper in today's Region II-A II semifinal against Hamlin (9-3) at 2 p.m. today at Abilene Wylie.
Munday is gunning for its third straight state quarterfinal appearance behind quarterback Dee Paul, who is only one rushing touchdown shy of 100 for his career.
Although the Moguls' offensive starters usually don't make it past halftime, Paul and fellow senior Roddrick Taylor have combined for 2,357 yards and 45 touchdowns, providing Munday with one of the best backfield combinations around.
The Moguls are averaging 58.8 points and 471 yards per contest, despite going conservative with large second-half leads.
Defensively, the Moguls' two biggest concerns are keeping 190-pound tailback Darrius Lee from running downhill and getting pressure on quarterback Taylor Lambert.
The Moguls don't have a ton of sacks (19) because they've faced mainly run-oriented offenses lately. But that will change today as the Pied Pipers (9-3) will likely try to find seams against an aggressive defensive front.
"Their quarterback is pretty accurate. We have to try and get pressure on him and not allow him to have time back there because we can't cover forever," Corcoran said.
While most of Munday's games haven't been competitive, there is a tight race for the team lead in tackles. Ryder Cude has 99 and currently leads Tyrone Dockins (95), Jake Myers (94) and Dewayne Castorena (93).
The winner advances to face Albany or Muenster, which played Friday night. The Moguls beat each team earlier this season.
Beat Windthorst, 68-7
Beat Stamford, 34-27
Beat Albany, 55-28
Beat Bronte, 48-0
Beat Holliday, 49-7
Beat Perrin-Whitt, 62-6
Beat Petrolia, 67-0
Beat Muenster, 45-10
Beat Era, 82-0
Beat Electra, 73-0
Beat Wink, 63-34
Lost to Anson, 25-20
Lost to Hawley, 26-15
Beat Winters, 48-0
Beat Roby, 13-12
Beat Ranger, 63-7
Beat Baird, 49-0
Beat Gorman, 31-18
Beat Cross Plains, 39-0
Beat Roscoe, 58-7
Lost to Albany, 55-14
Beat Electra, 40-13
Beat Eldorado, 21-17
Pigskin Prep says: Munday by 43.