Epilogue: ‘Hope lives here’

Graduation and playoffs create buzz around campus as Coach Burns and his team reflect on how their lives have changed.

As the campus deals with the aftermath of abuse allegations, the team focuses on what could be their last game of the season.

The Tornadoes revel in their recent success as the reality of going home weighs on Joshua.

A winless record has youth around campus talking trash about the Tornadoes and the team gets another shot at overcoming a strangely familiar hurdle.

When Coach Burns reaches his breaking point, the team risks losing another quarterback.

Frustration brews for Burns after another close game and key players begin to act out.

Ecourtlynn's academics begin to slip while several youth disrupt campus. Coach Burns remembers why Jarvay needs football.

Joe learns the repercussions for his behavior as the entire campus prepares to crown the next Homecoming king.

Coach Burns' decision to tend to Christopher's broken leg leaves the team and the season in peril.

Joe meets a new four-legged friend and Coach Burns seeks to solidify his defense ahead of a pivotal second game.

As Darius' future is decided by the court, Coach Burns prepares for his first game and the team attempts to learn from their pasts.

Gainesville State School, a juvenile correctional facility in Texas, has never been known for its winning football program. First-year Head Coach Roy Burns hopes to change that.

Season 3 of Titletown, TX: All We Got tells the story of a incarcerated teenagers at Gainesville State School and the mentors who offer them a chance at redemption through discipline, encouragement and high school football.

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About this series

Titletown, TX, an Emmy award-winning series by the Star-Telegram and McClatchy Studios, has chronicled football in Texas in three distinct seasons. From the high school powerhouse in Aledo to Texas Wesleyan University starting their football program from scratch to the current season set at Gainesville juvenile detention facility.

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