Key matchup: With 20 new starters overall, 10 on offense and 10 on defense, Toros must rely on new group to neutralize Deer Valley offense that returns two receivers who combined for 1,022 yards and 68 receptions last year.
Key stat: Deer Valley has four skill players with extensive varsity experience; Mountain View has none.
The intrigue: Last year, Mountain View opened with a road loss on the west side of town. Unless Deer Valley does a rave impression of Peoria Centennial, the 5A-II champ the Toros succumbed to last year, it won’t happen two years in a row.
Time: 7 p.m.
Address: 18424 N. 51st Ave., Glendale