The Panthers gear up for the state championship, as the rumor about Coach Taylor spreads. Meanwhile, Tami receives some news.

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The Panthers gear up for the state championship, as the rumor about Coach Taylor spreads. Meanwhile, Tami receives some news.

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During the state championship game, in the second half when the Dillon team is making its comeback, there is a fumble recovered by a Dillon defender wearing #90, who begins to run toward the end zone. The camera cuts away, then cuts back to show the touchdown being scored instead by #39. See more »

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Did Mark Walters make it this time?
15 April 2007 | by (Lubbock, Texas) – See all my reviews

This is not a review of the episode, because I haven't seen it yet. I knew Brad Leland and Freda Williams in college (they were a few years ahead of me) and greatly admired them as actors. Since Brad Leland has gotten into 12 episodes so far, if the show comes back for another season he might become a regular and I look forward to that! I also worked with Mark Walters, a friend of theirs, on quite a few shows. He said that he had guest-starred as an attorney on one episode (the 12th, I think), but hadn't made the final print. He was hoping to get into this one in the same role. Did he make it? I have strongly negative feelings about the book and was indifferent to the movie, but the TV series may be a good show as it goes beyond the infamous Odessa Permian story and explores Texas high school football, and the high school experience, from a broader perspective. I'm rooting for it to come back.


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