One of the all-time greatest football films and best films ever with an all-star cast that lives up to the hype. Scott Bakula, Sinbad, Jason Bateman, Kathy Ireland and the list goes on. Way too many to name. Scott Bakula stars as: Paul Blake- a former high school quarterback superstar who had a chance to go to college and go on to become one of the all-time greats. But after the passing of his father, he gave it all up to run the family business working on his dad's farm. However, the game never really left his heart. Every morning as he gets up getting ready to work on the farm, he heads out to an open field in the back where he works on his throwing game still getting the rush he had years ago in high school playing the big game.......& he's still got it! Well, those skills are about to comeback at a well needed time. Robert Loggia (who plays Walter- the defensive coordinator) recruits him to comeback for a run before it's too late for old times sake to help out his ailing football program that's been dealt a big blow for: Breaking NCAA rules paying their players, academic cheating and all kinds of football scandals making the Texas State Armadillios the laughing stock of college football and the talk of the town. Now at age 34, Blake tries to return to the game he stills loves and provide a little magic. Even though he agrees to return for one last run, he constantly bumps head with head coach: Ed Gennero (played by: Hector Elizondo). As head coach and offensive coordinator, he wants Blake to lead the team and lead by example. Blake's having a hard time figuring out exactly how to lead the team the way Ed wants him to. Eventually, he figures it out and their team pulls it together before it's all too late. Forced to play Iron man football (playing both offensive & defense), the Armadillios learn about sticking together as a team and having each others back no matter what. It's a great film about never giving up and giving it all your best regardless of the outcome.