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After being ousted as Dillon High's football coach, Coach Eric Taylor must build a team from the ground up at East Dillon. Eric's wife, Tami, also is challenged in her role as principal at West Dillon, as the parents of students who were zoned out of the district blame her for their kids being thrust into a less-than-desirable situation at East Dillon. While dealing with issues at their respective jobs, Eric and Tami also face challenges in their family life with teenage daughter Julie.

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A controversy at West Dillon puts a star player on the Lions' roster; Eric tries to re-energize his demoralized team; Tim finds a new living situation in an unlikely place.
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Coach Taylor struggles to pull the East Dillon Lions together; Tami navigates the new politics at West Dillon; Matt experiences life as a townie; a college lecture inspires Tim.
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Matt prepares for college; Lyla's dreams are in the hands of an estranged uncle; coach Taylor feels uncertain about the future.
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The McCoys' and Taylors' friendship is on thin ice after Joe and J.D.'s scuffle; Buddy tries to make amends with Lyla; Tyra and Landry try to rekindle their romance.
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Saracen's grandmother's mental health rapidly deteriorates; Lyla learns that she has been accepted to her dream college; tensions between Joe and J.D. escalate.
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Buddy Garrity is forced to tell Lyla about his financial troubles; when J.D. meets a girl at school, his father worries he is losing his focus on football.
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Dillon is in the spotlight when the Panthers' game is selected as the nationally televised game of the week; Riggins decides whether to meet with a college coach; Tyra sees the truth about Cash and finds herself in a desperate situation.
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In hopes of getting his family back, Jason follows a job opportunity to New York; Tyra is torn between following Cash on his rodeo tour and her college dream; Tami tries to talk Coach Taylor into buying a new house.
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J.D.'s skills are put to the test at Friday night's rival game; Landry thinks he is over Tyra when he meets Devin, who seems to be the perfect girl.
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The new quarterback, J.D. McCoy, becomes a victim of hazing; Matt and Julie get closer after spending some time together at the lake; a woman claims that Cash owes her child support.
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Cash's dark side comes to light; Jason thinks he knows how to bring him and Erin back together; coach Taylor makes a decision that leaves Matt debating the future of his football career.
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The new bad boy in town woos Tyra; Saracen's mother tries to re-enter his life; Smash leaves Dillon for the first time.
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Coach Taylor is pressured to make some changes to his team for an upcoming game; Saracen feels the heat as fans lose faith in him; Tim tries to get out of debt.
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Brian is determined to get a football scholarship despite recent events; Tami runs into her high-school boyfriend, now a real estate mogul; Jason must decide if he is willing to change his life completely; Tim continues his pursuit of Lyla.
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Matt reaches a point where nothing seems to matter anymore; Landry's potential love interest could shake up his relationship with Tyra; Brian begins his three-game suspension and turns to Coach Taylor for advice.
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When charges are filed against Brian, he must decide whether to swallow his pride or stand up for what he believes; Jason finds a new career; Tami is hired as the girl's volleyball coach; Tim tries to express his feelings to Lyla.
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Smash has confidence issues as he works with Coach Taylor to prepare for college tryouts; Tami finds that the community cares more about a new screen on the field than education; Matt faces a tough decision about his grandmother's care.
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Coach Taylor is unsure how strong his team will be without Smash; a new star player (Jeremy Sumpter) arrives on the scene; a season-ending injury results in Smash losing his college scholarship.
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Tami and Coach Taylor look into day care for Gracie; Lyla starts a job at a Christian radio station; Matt discovers he is in love with an in-home nurse.
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Colleges pressure Brian for a verbal commitment; tension is high between Coach Taylor and Tim Riggins with regard to Julie; Tami and her sister continue to see things differently.
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A tornado hits the Dillon County area, damaging a rival high school; coach Taylor welcomes Laribee; Julie and Tami adjust to Tim Riggins' living in their house; tension builds between Landry and Tyra.

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