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Morris Buttermaker implies when first meeting the kids that he was a victim of prison sexuality.

The team sponsor of the Bears is implied to be a strip club or something similar in nature.

Buttermaker's daughter threatens to take the pill at one point.

At several points in the film, Buttermaker tells his rival coach that he "has grapes."

The Bears at one point go out to Hooters.

At one point, Buttermaker is implied to have slept with one of his charge's moms.

The only violence in here were kids fighting each other, one of the kids giving a strong kick at Buttermaker while he was out cold due to being drunk, one of the coaches hitting a kid, and getting hit with baseballs in one scene. Absolutely no blood or gore at all.

Surprisingly, no f-words, but lots of obnoxious language, by kids and coach Also, the middle-finger hand gesture was used a bunch too.

At least 38 "s" words, 1 written double entendre for sex ("laid"), 5 using male genital genitals ("dick," "pecker" and "big one"), 1 for breasts ("tits"), 35 "hells", 34 "asses" (7 used with "hole"), 8 "damns", 7 "craps", 2 "S.O.B.s," 6 uses of "G-damn," 3 of "Jesus Christ," 2 of "Jesus" and 1 use each of "For Christ's sakes" and "God."

Also Morris Buttermaker says a few insults to the kids that some might not find find funny.

A coach had smoked a few times during this movie. Some drinking was also shown.

Rated PG-13 for rude behavior, language throughout, some sexuality and thematic elements

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