A father confesses to killing his son's hockey coach over playing time. His defense is that he should not be considered responsible for his actions because he suffers from a mental defect known as "sports rage."
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Inspired by the case of Thomas Junta, who beat Michael Costin to death after a practice game involving their children in which he felt Costin, who was refereeing, was ignoring the aggressive behavior of his sons towards Junta's son. See more