After the Texas State Armadillos lose their entire football program to corruption, new Coach Ed Gennero (Elizondo) steps in to put a team back together. The problem is, he has to recruit his new players from regular students: no scholarships, no transfers, and no illegal practices. So what do they get? A receiver who can
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD exhibits a picture that is generally pleasing throughout. Images are sharp, though clarity is wanting at times. Some scenes have a dark character and lack definition. Colors are well balanced, with rich colors, and deep blacks. Exterior scenes are often quite natural in appearance. Minor edge enhancement is noticed, but overall distractions are minimal. (Suzanne Hodges)
This soundtrack, in Dolby
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