"I don't know a whole lot about them," said Hopkins, who has guided the Greyhounds to the playoffs in three of the last four seasons. "I know they were undefeated until they got beat last week, so I'm sure they've got a really good team. I've got their game film in my pocket so we're going to have to get back and go to work."
When the two coaches do begin breaking down game film this week, they'll undoubtedly notice more similarities between the two programs.
"We're more of a running team, but we won a couple of games by spreading things out and throwing the ball a little bit," Hopkins said. "We've got some guys out wide that can run a little bit this year, but we'll do whatever it takes to get the job done."
Senior Matt Whiteside and junior Raeshawn Breckenridge have both played under center for the Greyhounds and will more than likely share snaps against the Cee-Bees.
Senior Cody Winter will shoulder most of the load on the ground for the Greyhounds after moving to running back this season. A slot receiver a year ago, Winter, a 6-foot, 223-pound bruiser, has impressed Hopkins.
"He's been a pleasant surprise for us this year," Hopkins said of Winter. "He was a slot back last season, but he picked up a little bit of weight and done a nice job at running back for us.
"I know if I was a safety I would not want to come up and tackle him. He's about 220 pounds and he runs hard."
The Cee-Bees will also likely rely on their own ground attack.
"Offensively we can do a little of everything, but we like to run the ball first," Wilson said. "We can spread it out and throw the ball and we can line it up with a two-back set and do some things. We also have a power set, depending on what the defense is giving you."
Senior Shayne Hinkle leads the Clay-Battelle ground game, with help from sophomore Jacoby Steele and junior Trenten Dille.
Junior Tristan Haught is a two-year starter at quarterback for the Cee-Bees, with his top receiving targets being senior Nathan Tolley, senior Ben Wade and sophomore Tanner Bragg.
"Execution will be the key to this game," Wilson said. "When you get to the playoff level, every team is a good team and they're all playing hard, so you have to execute well. The team that does that will have the best chance to win the game."