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Old 02-03-2013, 05:22 PM
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Default Is Real Life High School/College Football Like It Is Portrayed In Films?

For those in America, is the portrayal of High School/College football in films like Remember The Titans, Friday Night Lights, Varsity Blues etc... and TV series of Friday Night Lights like that in real life? Or is it an exaggerated version of it? In these films they are pumping money in to it and treating it like it's professional football and parents are often going nuts at kids telling them that losing is not an option etc... Coach Taylor in the first series of Friday Night Lights was getting threatened when results weren't going well. It's like they take it more serious than actual professional football.
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