This All-American season 3 finale left us with urgent questions. Do you think Coop be killed from her shot wound? What happens to Layla or Carrie when they travel? Who would be the winner of the California State Championship? Beverly or Crenshaw?
We didn’t anticipate for the All American season 4 premiere, “Survival of the Fittest,” to be able to answer the last question in a manner that left it open for debate.
Through the entire season, both teams have fought each other for supremacy with varying levels of success, from unlucky failures from the episode. Spencer has played on both teams, winning the championship ring while an Eagle and striving to get one as Charger. Charger.
Coop’s shooting prevented him from playing in the final state championship game during the high school season, which forced Crenshaw to compete for the title on his own.
They were defeated by Beverly who hailed and hooped over their win, but the manner in which the play was played out hinted at an underlying storyline that could throw their win in question.
Did Beverly Win The State Championship In The All-American Season 4 Premiere?
Officially it was announced that the Beverly High Eagles did win the state championship. The officials declared that Crenshaw did not score the score they required to turn the game to their advantage. But it was evident that neither Billy nor the rest of the team believed the decision to be true.
This wasn’t the case with bad grapes.
The refs weren’t certain that Chris had not scored the touchdown, and they were arguing between themselves while each team announced what they believed to have occurred. Because they don’t replay the footage during the state championships how the refs speak on the field, regardless of whether or not they’re certain of the decision they’re making is up to them.
Billy is incredulous that Crenshaw wasn’t able to score this touchdown replays footage from the game after the game’s championship. He claims that the Chargers triumphed despite the official ruling. It’s interesting that the issue topic was repeatedly mentioned during “Survival of the Fittest” which suggests the possibility of the controversial victory turning into a larger storyline in season 4.
If that happens, Billy will be at odds with his son Jordan and Jordan, yet again over his legacy and the line Billy is walking as a coach and father. If Beverly were to contest the win, it could mean that Jordan could be denied winning a championship and could have ended his football career at high school by losing.
But, if Billy refuses to contest the win then he’s compromising his integrity, and letting his team down, making them feel as if they’ve been cheated and preventing his players from the joy of winning a state championship.
It’s a difficult decision. There’s a possibility that All American might be able to stray from different storylines and it’s a given that this is the direction the show might be heading in. Given that Jordan and Billy will be at odds for the second time in episode 2 of season 4 “I Ain’t Goin’ Out Like That,” maybe we won’t have to wait for too long before we see what could take place.