To avoid a corporate takeover, the players buy the team.
Zagreb thinks his status is a jinx.
The team makes a video for the Disabled Players Fund.
Jill signs a free agent (Brian Bosworth) for a hefty sum.
Anna walks in on Zagreb's bachelor party; Zagreb fears deportation.
T.D. is named to the Hall of Fame; Bubba nearly gets traded.
Billy Cooper tries to steal a computer nerd's woman.
New owner Jill Schrader blames Coach Grier for a losing season.
Diane informs the SEC; Zagreb proposes to a transsexual; T.D.'s wife throws him out.
An inside-trader gets controlling interest of the Bulls.
Coach Denardo will do anything to beat his rival, a former student.
Waldron nears bankruptcy; Mad Dog meets his dream girl.
The Bulls make the playoffs.
Bubba struggles to lose weight; drug rehab.
Veteran players test the rookies.
Diane deals with a slimy agent to sign a running back.
Socialite Diane wins a pro football team in a divorce settlement.
Two star linemen are jailed before a game.
Diane helps an older player; Rona axes two cheerleaders.
A rookie passer leads the Bulls when Dorsey cannot.
Coach quits; Diane gets a computer; Bubba has mother-in-law problems.
Playoff fever fires the Bulls, then Coach has a heart attack.
Diane may trade Bob Dorsey or have an affair with him.
The Bulls prepare for Dayton; Diane's ex-husband sets a trap.
Diane takes drastic steps to end the Bulls' losing streak.
Diane considers selling the team days before the bowl game.
On the verge of a bowl game, Diane is in love.
Casual romance affects the playoffs.
Diane deals with a mobster manager, an aging quarterback and a sexist head coach.