It has been twenty five years since we watched the West Canaan Coyotes show the world what Texas high school football is about.

Check Out James Van Der Beek's Announcement Below

On January 15, 1999 a Texas high school football movie came out that became a must watch for many across the nation. The world fell in love with players such as Mox, Billy Bob, and Tweeter. If you and your buddies have fond memories of watching this movie back in the day, you can now watch it with one of the stars very soon.

Dallas AND Fort Worth Will Get Screenings With James Van Der Beek

Jame Van Der Beek will be in attendance for all of the screenings across Texas. When it comes to the DFW area, he will have two. The first is on June 30th at the House of Blues in Dallas. Tickets start at $59, but can be upgraded for a meet and greet with James after the film.

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According to James' Tik Tok he says you can see where the screening will be in his linktree. For Fort Worth, it says a screening is at Tannahill's Tavern on July 1st. I cannot find anything on their event page for this event or anything on their social media for it. So I would call for a way to get tickets. Houston's House of Blues is also having a screening on June 26th, if you would like to go.

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So if you loved this movie back in the day, enjoy a night out with one of the biggest stars of the film right here in Texas.

Can You Pronounce ALL These Texas Towns Correctly?

Texas is home to 970 cities, 228 towns, and 23 villages if you can believe it. Some of them are harder to pronounce than others and even some Texans that have lived here their whole lives may be doing some of these wrong. So let's make sure you don't look like an idiot on your next road trip through our great state.

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Texas Counties With the Most High School Dropouts

This is based on the percentage of the population over the age of 25 without their high school diploma. If you would like to see where your Texas county ranks on the list. You can check that out here. Below are the top ten highest percentages in Texas.

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