Up until six weeks ago, I was one of the few people that hadn't watched an episode of Duck Dynasty.
After being introduced to the A&&E reality series featuring the Robertson family, I'm hooked.
Each episode is filled with humor and life lessons passed on by the likes of Phil, Uncle Si or Miss Kay.
The entire family gathers together with a sprinkling of friends to close every episode around a meal and prayer.
The Breckenridge Bucks basketball team is preparing for a playoff run.
They are in need of some supportive fans that will travel to games, fill the stands and make some noise.
A possible Area round match-up with Jim Ned, the state's No. 8 ranked 2A team, is looming.
The Indians brought more than 200 wild students to their Area round girls playoff game against Merkel on Friday in Abilene.
They invaded Kimbrell Arena, on the campus of McMurry University, with crazy costumes, banners, posters and an incredible amount of passion.
It was a phenomenal display of school spirit.
The arena wasn't large enough to hold the standing room only crowd.
The stands weren't filled with just students. Hundreds of red-clad Jim Ned supporters were on hand.
Watching one episode of Duck Dynasty was all it took to make me a fan of the show and the Robertson family.
Watching one 'episode' of this family of basketball players will be all it takes to get you hooked on Buck Dynasty.
Coach Rob Ogle is leading a basketball program that is gathering momentum and respect with each victory.
Last year, the Bucks won as many playoff games in one season as the previous 70 years combined.
This year, the Bucks are ranked No. 13, have a record of 26-4 and were crowned District 7-2A champions.
They are playing at a level that Breckenridge hasn't seen since the Jimmy Hogan-led days of the '70s.
What this team needs, is a community that lives out the values shown weekly on Duck Dynasty.
Events are meant to be celebrated as a group with the entire family and friends joining together.
On Friday, Feb. 22, the next episode of Buck Dynasty is showing in a town close to you.
The Buckaroos need the Breckenridge family to come get 'happy, happy, happy' when they take on either Jim Ned or Alpine.
It wouldn't hurt if there were hundreds of kin folk shouting 'hey, Jack', sharing a meal and saying a prayer.