Commercials. On the field, Billy is heading up Special Teams practice. He yells at them and tells them that Special Teams is all about giving the "real" players a breather and allowing the people in the stands a chance to drop their kids off at the pool. "More like Special Ed." Hey, that's my husband's nickname! (Really). Cut to practice, where Billy is all drunk on power and shouting at them about punting and returns and how "WE WILL RUN WITH HATE IN OUR HEARTS." He shouts about how nobody will write about them in the paper, nobody will know their names. The boys sort of look at him in boredom, but this does not deter Billy from his commitment to Inspiration Through Shouting. Off to the side, the other coaches check their watches, until finally Coach Taylor calls Billy over and whispers, "This is supposed to be a walk through."
Back at the hotel, the pack of animals -- uh, I mean, group of teenaged boys -- heads to the pool where they all cannonball in and pop a lady and her two kids right out, scared as hell at all the kooky testosterone. Off to the side, Vince, Ornette, and Coach discuss Vince's recruitment. Coach tells them that this recruitment thing is no joke -- schools are now up to recruiting 13 year olds. He suggests that he act as the go-between, if Vince and his dad are comfortable. Vince's dad wants to know where Vince could possibly play and Coach tells him that TMU is the first to come calling, but it won't be the last. Vince says that he thinks everything should go through Coach, and Ornette agrees. Right. For now.