Andy'all think we done won something? Hey, can you slide a bit, Gerry? Referee: You dig your own grave. Only kin's allowed in here. We're in a tough spot, coach. I--I don't know what to say, I. Ain't too proud to beg! I know you want to leave me! Coach Boone: Will you ever quit? We gonna walk out of this stadium tonight with our heads held high.
Coach Boone, I'm Colonel Bass. You did a good job. Coach Boone: No, you must have said Jerry. Wait a minute, wait, wait. You know what I'm talking about.
But any little two year old child can throw a fit! Coaches ain't called this meeting tonight. You're gonna need that, too, but any -year-old child can throw a feet. That's all you can say to me after all we've been through? Throughout the drive and determination Coach Boone pursued his mission and lead the team of white and blacks to victory, The team demonstrated to the community that skin is just a colour and that its personality that really matters, thus creating a society of almost no racial hatred. But I'm the same mean cuss with everybody out there on that football field. As long as it takes for them to wise up. Listen, with the schools integrating and all, some of the guys are worried about losing their starting positions.
We are going to do up-downs until Blue is no longer tired and thirsty. We just got to work harder on the left side, that's all. Can I speak with you in private? Nobody from my family ever went to no college. Oh, we're still in it, Lyle. I'm not playing for him. .
Coach Yoast: You call this game fair, or I'm going to the papers. You really stuck him, Campbell. Yeah, but, Ray, if you don't block you're not gonna start. Coach, this is a high school football team. Look, I don't need no John Brown state troopers. Fifty thousand men died right here on this field, fighting the same fight that we are still fighting among ourselves today.
I will allow Coach Tyrell to coach the special team, but I will have my eye on him. They got all day to throw, Coach. Ain't no mountain high Ain't no valley low Ain't no river wide enough, baby If you need me, call me No matter where you are No matter how far Don't worry, baby Just call my name I'll be there in a hurry You don't have to worry 'Cause baby there Ain't no mountain high enough Ain't no valley low enough Ain't no river wide enough To keep me from gettin' to you, baby Remember the day I set you free I told you you could always Count on me, darlin' From that day on I made a vow I'll be there when you want me Some way, somehow 'Cause baby there Ain't no mountain high enough Ain't no valley low enough Ain't no river wide enough Ain't no valley low enough Ain't no mountain high enough Ain't no valley low enough. I'm sorry about what happened to your daughter, I really am, but maybe you've got a small taste of what my girl has gone through. We don't want them here! What did you say your name was, Jerry? You did a good job up here.
Coach Boone: Why don't you get this little girl, some pretty dolls or something, Coach? Every head coach in the system is white. Prize bulls who don't do nothin' but knock the chocolate out offolks. We're pretty set at the, uh, quarterback, Colonel, but, uh, if the boy's any good, you may want to check out Wilson or Hamilton. From the looks of our little situation we got here, I'd say it's about all that does. Said you're a race man. A self-aware man, I like that. So you're blaming me for what happened last night? I got to hang with her tonight.
Ain't no valley low enough! You don't get me without him. Well, I came up here to coach at G. Let me tell you something. Let's go, let's go, let's go. I--I don't know, but I'm gonna go. Take the other time-out, Coach.
We gonna put Sunshine, Alan, Glascoe, Davis. You'll start again as a senior. They combined the white school and the black school into one called T. Coach Boone: Make up your mind. I'm Coach Hinds, your offensive line coach. We're heading over to the hill, Gerry.
Then we're gonna be overrun by 'em. I knew you was going to stand me up. You look like a bunch of fifth-grade sissies after a cat fight. I killed my brother with malice in my heart. Our boys aren't playing for some ''Coach Coon! I don't want to get to know him.