Struggling to retain custody of his daughter following his divorce, football coach Steve Williams finds himself embroiled in a recruiting scandal at the tiny Catholic college he is trying to bring back to football respectability. Written by
Jim Beaver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
That all-man "Quiet Man" has a new kind of dame to tame!
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Did You Know?
St. Anthony, for whom the school is named, is the patron saint of lost things. See more
Although the movie is set at a college in New York, there is a California flag flying near the stadium when Steve first meets the football team. See more
Steve Aloysius Williams
Oh, it's a fine game, football - noble game. Originated in England in 1823. An enterprising young man named William Weber Ellis - who studied for the ministry, by the way - found his team behind in a soccer game, so he picked up the ball, and ran through the amazed opponents for a thoroughly illegal touchdown. And that's how football was born - illegitimately. So, it moved to America where someone took advantage of a loophole in the rules, and invented a little formation called the Flying Wedge...
Referenced in Remember the Titans
Some Sunday Morning
Music by M.K. Jerome
and Ray Heindorf
First tune played during the first restaurant scene
Second tune played during the second restaurant scene See more