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All The Places Players Lived On Friday Night Lights, Ranked

List RulesVote up the FNL houses that you would most like to call home.

You know the characters (Coach, Riggins, Smash). You know the mantras ("Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose"). But do you know the locations? The players on Friday Night Lights lived in some crazy places over the course of the show's five seasons. From vintage Airstreams to swanky ranches and everywhere in between, this list lets you rank them all.

Part of the show's appeal is directly tied into its setting. Rather than using sets in a California backlot, FNL's creators shot the show in and around Austin, TX. By using tangible, lived-in locations, the show provided additional depth to the characters. Each player had their own established world, and that realism made every episode memorable.

Take a trip back to Dillon, TX, and vote your favorite homes up to the number-one spot.

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    Jason Street's Childhood Bedroom

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    Street really got a raw deal after he got out of rehab. Not only did he have to move back into his room, where he was surrounded by trophies from another life, but his parents treated him like a baby.

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    Tim Riggins's Field

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    Don't think about the fact that he bought the property with stolen money, just think about how happy you are for Riggins that something finally went his way for once. 

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    The Riggins Brother's House

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    Billy Riggins wasn't the best influence on his little brother. After Riggins moved back in with him, the pair opened a chop shop, and Riggins ended up taking the fall for the operation once the police showed up.

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    Tim Riggins's Truck

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    Riggins, ever on the move, even lived in his truck for a stretch.

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