Common Sense Media says

Inspiring football documentary about the power of teamwork.

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Parent of a 12 and 15 year old Written byakproberts September 6, 2013

Good family movie

What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Adult Written byBestPicture1996 July 7, 2014

Inspirational doc

This movie focuses almost entirely on the very personable Bill Courtney, a charismatic southern coach who has given up just endless amounts of his life to his varsity football team in Tennessee. It then goes into the lives of three of the players, Money, O.C. and Chavis, who are both struggling for life outside of football and unsure about the future. It would be easy to dismiss this movie as a real life "Blind Side" type deal, a white man coming down to swoop up and save all of these black players, but race isn't really brought up in this doc. You just see Courtney's tireless perseverance for his team, he LOVES these kids like his own. I wish I had someone like him for my senior year; our team only won 2 games.
What other families should know
Too much swearing