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Season 4 opens with the "houses" divided, the Tayor home, the town of Dillon and its two high schools, Dillon & East Dillon. Both schools have big games scheduled for the week against other teams. Coach Taylor, now head coach of the E. Dillon Lions begins to assemble the new team and coaching staff, a difficult task in light of the inferior resources of the school on the wrong side of the tracks, and the wrong side of the tracks attitudes of many of his new players.

Tim Riggins confronts the reality that you can't just go home after rashly dropping out of college. Matt Sarasen and Julie Taylor continue their relationship, but find that they don't mix easily with the new elite of Dillon High, esp. new starting QB1 J.D. McCoy.

In the first game of the season, the Panthers continue their winning success, coupled with a deeply embedded, if foreboding, sense of hubris and entitlement, engendered primarily by the new coach and by booster and financier in chief Joe McCoy (J.D.'s dad). On the other hand, the E. Dillon Tigers are pounded by their opponents so badly that Coach Taylor feels forced to make a choice he may later regret.
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