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Team coach Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler) and his family, Tami, Julie and Grace, are featured.
The show uses this small-town backdrop to address many issues facing contemporary American culture, including family values, school funding, racism, drugs, abortion and lack of economic opportunities.
University of Southern California football announcers Peter Arbogast and Paul Mc Donald provided off-screen commentary during the football game sequences.
The facilities, colors and bobcat logos of Texas State University in San Marcos were used as the setting and creative inspiration for the fictional Texas Methodist University.
For example, Jason Street, the character whose promising football career is ended by a spinal injury in the pilot, was inspired by a local event.
David Edwards, a football player from San Antonio’s Madison High, was paralyzed during a November 2003 game.
The Dillon Panther football team and coaches' uniforms were based on the uniforms of the Pflugerville Panthers.
The show appeared on a number of best lists and was awarded a Peabody Award, a Humanitas Prize, a Television Critics Association Award and several technical Primetime Emmy Awards.
At the 2011 Primetime Emmy Awards, the show was nominated for Outstanding Drama Series. "Buzz" Bissinger's non-fiction book Friday Night Lights: A Town, a Team, and a Dream (1990) and the 2004 film based on it.
Berg said he required filming the pilot and eventually the show in Texas as "a deal breaker" in order to agree to participate weekly in the project. In the pilot, Berg featured Texas Longhorns football coach Mack Brown as a Dillon booster and had a caller to the fictional Panther Radio compare Panthers' coach Eric Taylor to Brown.
The pilot referred to much of the surrounding area in its scenes.
Berg was at the game when this accident occurred; he was profoundly affected by Edwards' injury and how it overturned his life. While relying on a script each week, the producers decided at the outset to allow the cast leeway in what they said and did on the show.