Varsity Blues

Varsity Blues (1999)

9 corrected entries

Corrected entry: Right after Lance gets hurt the 2 announcers in the booth seem to have ESP or either that they have some medical degree that nobody knows about because despite the fact that the injury just happened and nobody knows how serious the injury is they already know that the injury is severe enough that Lance's "ride" to Florida state is over.

Correction: They could have also known that any type of injury would make Florida State decide against giving a full ride scholarship to a player, despite knowing the severity of it. Injury prone players are usually a major a concern for top teams.

Bishop73

Corrected entry: When Tweeder blocks the punt they immediately start celebrating. The problem is a blocked punt is still live until recovered by one team or the other. They just skipped that part.

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Joel Gordon

Correction: They did skip that part, just like they skipped a lot of the football game. Even if the offense recovered the ball, unless they got to the first down marker it would still be a turn over. The film makers just chose to skip it and let the audience know there was a change of possession.

Bishop73

Corrected entry: The sex-ed teacher writes "sexual reproduction" on the board then turns around to face the class. In the next shot "sexual reproduction" is missing.

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Joel Gordon

Correction: She is standing in front of a different part of the board - there are two different posters and she writes in between them, then stands off to the left. You can see "sexual reproduction" still on the board when Billy Bob comes back and walks past the board.

Corrected entry: When Billy Bob says, "We're punching it in for 6," his lips don't move.

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Joel Gordon

Correction: It is the commentator, not Billy Bob that is saying this.

Corrected entry: When Billy Bob is shooting the trophies out of the back of his truck, he cocks the gun, fires it, cocks it, and talks, then he cocks it again, shoots it, cocks it, talks, cocks it, etc..it's kinda funny, wouldn't he be ejecting live shells every other one?

Correction: Yes he would be, but this is a character decision made by a person undergoing lots of emotional stress at the time. Not classified as a movie mistake.

Spaceboy_007

Corrected entry: When Lance goes down injured, at the hospital his dad says something about Lances scholarship to Florida State. In Texas, high school football players may not sign any scholarship offers to play college football until after the season is over.

Correction: He may not have signed it, but he was probably guaranteed it by the college.

Corrected entry: At the end of the movie Mox says he never played football again, but the game they just won was only a division game, there would still be a state championship game.

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Correction: Not a mistake. This could be a true statement: Mox skipped the state championship. I don't think high-school football rules state all players MUST play in the championship if they won the division.

Ral0618

Corrected entry: Tweeder's numbers on his football jersey change throughout the film from 81 to 82.

Correction: That is a common practice among high school sports. Many times players have different numbers at home and away games.

Corrected entry: In the part where he just wins the second game he played, and is interviewed after the game, his girlfriend throws the poster of "Mox is a fox" at his face and it goes on the floor. In the next scene he throws it again, saying "it's a trip".

Correction: Mox's girlfriend hits him with the streamer that she tore off the side of the car and wadded up. Mox throws the "Mox Is A Fox" sign.

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