The Knox City Greyhounds are 3-0 and crazed super fan Chad McGhee is very excited

Cameron Smith
Prep Rally

If you aren't yet acquainted with Knox City (Tx.) High football super fan Chad McGhee, we would refer you to his past work. He's a one man inspirational dynamo who lends all of his heart and mind to the success of a small six-man football team in a town near Abilene.

The 2013 season is underway, and so far Knox City is on a tear. The Greyhounds are 3-0, won their second game against rival Rotan (Tx.) High by a score of 63-40, then followed that up with an even more convincing 64-22 victory at Aspermont (Tx.) High. They could be a legitimate Class A competitor.

Needless to say, this success hasn't been lost on Chad McGhee, who goes into overdrive in the video you see above.

These days, McGhee has turned his vocal passion for six-man football into a catalyst for his own economic stability. As noted by SportsGrid, he performs "shout out" messages to those who reach out to him over Twitter, with a handful of wedding receptions receiving an official Chad McGhee kick off.

Good for Chad, and good for the Greyhounds. Let's all hope they keep winning, because no one wants to see Chad crying on camera.

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