Continuity mistake: When Darnell takes the kickoff during the last game he makes it to the sideline and right before he gets tackled by the kicker, he drops his shoulder a bit and you can see that he's going to hit the kicker at almost helmet to helmet level but when the camera pans back to a wider shot, he's bent down and he hits the kicker at almost hip level.MCKD
Continuity mistake: When Joe, the Heisman candidate quarterback, jumps his Harley off of a dirt cliff, one camera angle is from below as the bike is in the air. The angle clearly shows the bike is different from the Harley he started and finished with. Most noticeable is the fact that the tyres on the stunt bike are knobby enduro tyres, but later when the bike is stopped, you can see the smooth street tyres are back again.
Continuity mistake: When Coach Winters is pushing the ball in Jefferson's chest telling him no one other than him better bring the ball to him, he ends his sentence with the ball pressed against Jefferson's chest but when the camera pans back for a wider shot, the ball is on his side and he's now handing it to Jefferson.MCKD
Continuity mistake: When they are playing Michigan, Alvin is talking trash to the QB, telling him that he's going to send him to prison. When the camera angle is showing the opposing QB from the front he's calling out the play looking left and right but when the camera is facing Alvin, the QB's head is not even moving, he's just facing straight ahead, even though you still hear him calling out the play, and when the camera goes back to the front of the QB he's still calling out the play and moving his head from left to right.MCKD
Continuity mistake: In the final drive of the last game they show a scene of the centre gripping the ball with a white fingerless glove. On the next play they show it again and he has no glove.
Continuity mistake: When Darnell runs the ball against Michigan the sun is changing from shot to shot.
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