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Some flirting and innuendo between characters.

It is said that all the cheerleaders besides Annabelle are strippers.

The cheerleaders dance provocatively in one scene.

Kissing between characters.

Cheerleaders show their stomachs.

Football players are seen barechested in the locker rooms.

Their is a bar fight scene that includes punching, kicking, throwing, and beating.

Football related injuries are shown. An opposing player is knocked out by a man. Some bruises and bloody lips are seen. Overall mostly football violence.

Some mild profanities throughout.

A woman flirts with a man and mimes a blowjob to him.

There are bar scenes that include drinking and smoking.

A character smokes throughout the movie.


Rated PG-13 for some crude sexual humor and language.

Rated PG-13 for some crude sexual humor and language

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