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The Football High School Pigskins have a quarterback dilemma. Jake Ramsey has to prepare to take over for Conor Layne, who broke both legs in the previous game.
Ramsey's dad would prefer to see his son focus on sports rather than AP biology class. He challenges his son to throw a spiral through a tire before heading off to school.
Meanwhile, Layne lies in a hospital bed and receives devastating news. With a distraught face, the doctor tells the Pigskins quarterback that he'll miss the playoffs. However, there's no word on whether the high-schooler will walk again.
Layne's parents hang their heads in sadness about the postseason, not the uncertainty of the injury. Why? Because Football, Texas, takes the sport way too seriously.
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