Continuity mistake: When Miles cleans out his locker he stuffs his "dominator" white towel in the front of his pants. A few shots later after he says "play your ass off, win state, be perfect, all that sh*t" he turns around and faces the camera. The towel is no longer there. A few shots later when he is shown going to his car the towel is once again tucked in the front of his pants.
Continuity mistake: During half time of the championship game Coach is telling the team to keep Boobie Miles in their hearts and it shows a close up of Boobie the actor and the actual real life Boobie Miles standing right next to each other, but in the very next shot they are standing much farther apart.
Continuity mistake: After the big hit on the QB in the final drive, the ball is snapped and a receiver takes off. He takes two steps and is passing the 30 yard line marker. The offensive line is in the background. A spilt second later they show a wide angle shot and the offensive line is holding its ground at the 48 yard line. This wide receiver taking off and the remainder of the play must have been shot at different times.
Continuity mistake: When Boobie Miles (star running back) is injured, he is hit high from his left, and low from his right. You see his right knee injured (with the snapping sound) as it is extended. However, when the camera shot changes, he is grabbing his left knee, and anytime it shows him from that point on, his left knee has the brace, is being worked on, etc.
Continuity mistake: On Permian's last drive the announcer says they have 75 yards to go. The ball is spotted at the 27 yard line. This would only be 73 yards to go. Announcers are very meticulous about getting the correct numbers in sports in regard to distance, so it's not like they've just rounded it off.
Continuity mistake: On the second to last play of the championship game, the coach calls for an injured Don Billingsley to run the football on fourth down because Carter was going to play a prevent defense due to the fact that Permian were supposedly out of running backs due to injuries. But Chris Comer, another running back who was supposedly knocked silly a couple of plays before, was on the field for that play as well.