The Panther-Arnett Mead game gets picked to be the nationally-televised High School Game of the Week, making it extra special when Matt makes a game-winning play as receiver. Grandma Saracen and his mom have been arguing, but they put it all aside to watch Matt play.
Tim also plays a hell of a game, which is lucky because a recruiter is in town from San Antonio State scoping him out. When the recruiter catches Tim after practice, he's kind of zoned out about the whole college thing. Lyla tries unsuccessfully to get him to focus. Meanwhile, Mindy has dumped Billy, and Billy is a mess, which conveniently enough for Tim means lots of tequila-in-sympathy. Lyla has had enough of Tim's hijinks, so who better to commiserate over the Riggins with than Mindy? Lyla and Mindy tie one on big time, trying to create a no-Riggins zone, but that zone is quickly declared, basically, penis-deficient. Billy shows up and Mindy drunkenly throws herself at him once he assures her she DOESN'T have to quit stripping if she doesn't want to. The next morning, Tim shows up at Lyla's to apologize, tell her he's signed with San Antonio State (that was quick!), and tease her for smelling like a brewery.
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