On the other side of the field, Comis can match Roush virtually stat for stat.
He's run for 1,408 yards and 25 touchdowns and thrown for 1,438 yards and 25 more scores against just four interceptions.
"We'll have to do a very good job and be disciplined on what we're doing with our game plan defensively,'' Barr said. "Beyond that, being in the right place, you have to tackle well. The other thing with their offense are the outside receivers. Give them a lot of credit. They're very skilled and demand you play well in coverage.''
Will Bowser leads Madonna in receiving yardage (38 catches, 673 yards, six TDs) and Elliott Nero (1,516 yards, 22 TDs) tops the team in rushing.
Other key players for Wahama include fullback Colton Neal (961 yards, 15 TDs) and quarterback Hunter Bradley (874 yards passing, 14 TDs, three interceptions).
"Our kids are excited about it,'' Barr said. "I know the kind of program that exists at Madonna. I've talked to Coach Taylor a few times and one of the first things I told him was I really respect the way he and his staff lead that team and the way they play. I know we'll get their best effort.
"But this group for us has been a lot of fun to work with. Our seniors are not ready for the season to end and I'm not ready to walk off the field with them for the last time.''
Taylor said his team needs to focus on "the little things'' in its preparation.
"You do that,'' he said, "and the big things won't be an issue. Take the right angle carrying out your things, take the right step on your blocking course. Take care of the little things and it will fall into place for you. High school kids sometimes make mistakes, but hopefully we'll put our best foot forward.''
Reach Rick Ryan at 304-348-5175 or rickr...@wvgazette.com.