Then there is what the Georgia Christian Generals did in their first varsity football season in 48 years.
But Copeland notes this is still a second year team, one that is still getting a grasp on the game.
“Two years into football, they are still learning. We've got a great staff,” Copeland says. “Those guys are doing an excellent job breaking down the fundamentals, pass blocking or run blocking, or just the fundamentals of running a route. We’re continuing to grow in that area.”
As with any small level school, Georgia Christian will have to overcome depth issues if they want repeat that run in 2015.
The Generals open the 2015 season with a pair of road games at David Emanuel and Tiftarea before hosting Brookwood on September 4.