When the bus first pulls into the cheer-leading camp, a big sign reads "Southeastern Illinois University." However, the garden beds are filled with masses of ornamental aloes, plants that are commonly used in California landscapes but that are unable to survive winters outdoors in any part of Illinois.
In the "Coach Shit" scene the coach only says "shit" 9 times. ("You shit heads think you're the shit. That you don't need to pay attention out there. I'll kick the shit outta ya. You pumped for football camp? - Don't mess with me shit dick. I'm gonna push ya like ya never been pushed before. Your muscles will ache, your head will throb, you're going to shit blood out of holes you never knew you had. - Oh no, change it up this year. Camp's gonna be in El Paso, Texas, hotter than your shit hole. We're gonna get you shits can take it. Bus leaves Monday at Oh-Shit-Hundred Hours. - 4:45 am. - Skip your morning shit and get down here.")
When Shawn is depressed, Nick gets the idea to convince a group of cheerleaders to practice with them by swimming in the pond. During this exchange he also miscounts "Look at that, huh? We're all here thinking inside the box, and you're outside playing a little game of what if. Gorgeous and brilliant - the triple threat."
When the guys are caught naked (the first time) by the head coach, they have pom poms to cover themselves. In one shot, Nick (Eric Christian Olsen) has one hand covering his but and the other covering his crotch. In the next shot both hands are covering his crotch.
After Shawn and Nick talk to Jennifer, they walk away and must split as someone walks between them. In the next shot, they are standing right next to each other.
This does not appear to happen in every version of the film. In one version no one comes between them at all.
Sean makes the touchdown (he's wearing the # 17 jersey,) in the football scrimmage and appears on the right side of the base of the goal post. When Nick (# 10,) performs what appears to be a cartwheel round off into a back flip, you see Sean on Nick's right, (on the left side of the screen (if it's not mirrored - at least in the version of the film I'm seeing,)) which is left of the base on the goal post, but when Nick lands and chest bumps Sean, Sean is back on the right side of the base on the goal post. This may seem a little technical and confusing, but basically after the touchdown, Sean is on the right. Then in the next shot, he's on the left, then suddenly appears back on the right, as if he was always there.