Varsity Blues

During half-time, Coach Kilmer attempts to inject an injured Wendall with painkillers to allow him to play despite the fact it could lead to a permanent injury. Mox stands up to Kilmer and refuses to play if Kilmer injects Wendall, which would force a forfeit. Kilmer attacks Mox, causing the entire team to turn against him. Disgraced, Kilmer returns to his office and the team win without his guidance. In the end Lance becomes a successful coach, Wendall gets a scholarship, Kilmer retires and Mox goes to Brown University and never plays football again.

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Continuity mistake: When Tweeder is puling up to Mox at the convenient store he has 3 girls in the car with him. if you look closely when he is driving down the street there is only a driver and no girls in the car.

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Trivia: Darcy's whipped-cream "bikini" was actually made out of shaving cream because it held up better than whipped cream.

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Question: Could a High School football team really coach itself in the last quarter of the game? Wouldn't the ref not allow an injured player, such as Lance, to coach since he's not an official high-school coach? I always wondered this.

Answer: There's no rule in any sport, at least none that I could find, that requires a team to have, or listen to, a coach. Obviously in most cases it's a good idea, but if the coach were poor and/or working against the interests of the team, the players wouldn't be breaking any rules by simply ignoring them and listening to someone else.

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