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The mostly true story of Notre Dame walk-on Rudy Ruettiger, who earns a spot on the team through sheer determination. If you're a Fighting Irish fan, it's a movie that will bring you to tears. If you hate Notre Dame, it's pure propaganda.
A Marx Brothers classic. The new president of Huxley College recruits players out of a local bar to help beat rival Darwin. The best part? How about Chico calling out signals such as: "High diddle diddle the cat and the fiddle, this time I think we go through the middle."
Based on the true story of how Marshall rebuilt its football program after a plane crash killed almost all the players and coaches. Even with McConaughey in lead role, it's an inspirational tearjerker.
Some seriously repressed anger issues turn Adam Sandler's Bobby Boucher from stuttering waterboy into a University of Louisiana linebacker so fierce he'd put Ray Lewis to shame.
5) THE EXPRESS: THE ERNIE DAVIS STORY
Didn't generate much box office buzz, but no college football player was ever more worthy of having a movie done about his life than the 1961 Heisman trophy winner from Syracuse.
6) THE PROGRAM
If the NCAA ever investigated the ESU Timberwolves and coach Sam Winters, played by James Caan, the sanctions would make what USC got look like a slap on the wrist.
7) NECESSARY ROUGHNESS
Before there actually was a Texas State University, the Fightin' Armadillos of the fictional Texas State had a 34-year-old quarterback (Scott Bakula) and a female kicker (Kathy Ireland) after NCAA sanctions gut the program. Lane Kiffin's future?8) JIM THORPE: ALL AMERICAN
Released in 1951, Burt Lancaster plays the college football and Olympic star Thorpe, whose life after athletics unravels. Sad tale of an American hero who wasn't properly appreciated during his lifetime.
9) THE BLIND SIDE
Based on Michael Lewis' book about former Mississippi tackle Michael Oher, the movie made an Oscar winner out of Sandra Bullock, which is probably more impressive than blocking an SEC defensive end. And who knew Nick Saban could act?
Coach Bear Bryant, played by Tom Berenger, takes his first Texas A&M team to scorching Junction, Texas, for 10 days of training camp and turns his losers into winners. Note to today's football coaches: DO NOT TRY THIS WITH YOUR TEAM.
11) KNUTE ROCKNE: ALL AMERICAN
Pat O'Brien played the legendary coach. Ronald Reagan played George Gipp, the star player cut down in his prime by an illness. The movie that made the phrase "Win one for the Gipper" a permanent part of college football lore.
12) EVERYBODY'S ALL-AMERICAN
When Frank DeFord's novel was turned into movie, the main character, Gavin Grey, played by Dennis Quaid, played for LSU. That mistakenly led to some thinking Grey was based on LSU Heisman Trophy winner Billy Cannon.
Hogy mit keres Bobby Boucher a negyedik helyen, azt fel nem foghatom, miközben pl. A Program csak hatodik a listán.
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