More than 100 colleges are competing to recruit Whitman's talented halfback Ronnie Moore. Uncertain about which school to select, Ronnie turns to Seymour Kaufman and Pete Dixon for advice. They accompany Ronnie to Atlantic State, where one of its former star players, Jim Williams, takes Ronnie on a tour of the school -- which also happens to be Seymour Kaufman's alma mater. But as they speak to some of the school's officials and its current football players, Seymour and Pete learn some disturbing things about the school's treatment of student athletes -- and about Jim Williams himself. Written by
Did You Know?
The football stadium depicted as the playing field of "Atlantic State" - supposedly on the East Coast - is actually the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, familiar from its many televised sporting events and appearances in motion pictures. See more