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For me it has to be in "the natural". The whole series when he breaks his bat, then bleeding, then homer into the lights. Could watch 1000x and get chills everytime
Al Pacino speech in Any Given Sunday. Not exactly a in the game moment but gives me chills every time
I like that one in the Natural but I also like Remember the Titans in the game where the officials are paid off and the Titans coach tells the defense to blitz every play and if the offense gets past the line of scrimmage he is yanking every starter out.
Hoosiers, hands down.
The picket fence.." Boys, don't get caught watchin the paint dry"
This post was edited by farmdawg 12 months ago
The first one that came to mind was the final scene in Rudy..
Ha. Saw sam frost playing third there and evan mitchell
"Two-thirds of the world is covered by water. The other third is covered by Fred Smoot."
When I played at Belhaven we would always say "too high" when someone hit a HR.. good stuff
"Get a hit, Crash..."
I read recently that Costner added that line unknown to the bat boy and the boy walked off crying.
That does not surprise me. I think my favorite line from that movie is: that thing really got out of here in a hurry
All right, now, I don't want them to gain *another yard!* * You blitz... all... night!* If they cross the line of scrimmage, I'm gonna take every last one of you out! You make sure they remember, *forever*, the night they played the Titans!- Coach Yoast
This is where they fought the battle of Gettysburg. Fifty thousand men died right here on this field, fighting the same fight that we are still fighting among ourselves today. This green field right here, painted red, bubblin' with the blood of young boys. Smoke and hot lead pouring right through their bodies. Listen to their souls, men. I killed my brother with malice in my heart. Hatred destroyed my family. You listen, and you take a lesson from the dead. If we don't come together right now on this hallowed ground, we too will be destroyed, just like they were. I don't care if you like each other or not, but you will respect each other. And maybe... I don't know, maybe we'll learn to play this game like men.
Another good good quote from Remember the Titans
"Miracle" the hockey movie where we beat the Russians. Specifically the scene right after the win when Kurt Russel goes into the tunnel and has his moment of triumph alone. Makes me proud to me an American!
My favorite line out of all the Rocky movies, Adrian wakes up from the coma, looks at Rocky and says "I need you to do something for me...win." That's not my favorite line, but when Mick stands up and says "Well what are waiting fuur?!" Gets me every time.
Favorite overall sports movie though, I'm on the Hoosiers bandwagon. The seen where Shooters in the hospital and his son comes to see him. I'm getting choked up just thinking about it.
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I don't know if y'all consider bull riding a sport.. But one of my all time favorite movies is 8 seconds. At the the end of the movie when Tuff is riding and Kelly says "he's riding for lane now" almost gets me every time!
I would say the speech by preacher on Friday night lights then that final drive against Dallas carter at the end. The most emotional part was when boobie was in the car with his uncle and realized he wasn't gonna play football again. Still gets to me every time i see it. I love Friday night lights
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My favorite scene's in that movie are the "lollygaggers" scene in the showers and the meeting on the mound discussing wedding gifts. They were dealing with a lot of sh*#!
Paul and Delta hit on two of my absolute favorite scenes in a sports movie. there are others though.
Depends on the day for me. The scene in the Natural that triplej writes about was my fav for a long time.
You had me at hello.
OK, really its the end of Rudy.
The end of Friday Night Lights when it shows Coach Gaines looking at the depth chart shows the true reality that everything keeps on going after you are gone. That always gets me pretty good. The part when Boobie cleans out his locker is tough too. But when he says it's the playoffs, play y'all's asses off leaves me with a smile every time.
When Eric Liddell wins his Gold Medal in Chariots of Fire.
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