Out of the Blue: A Film About Life and Football Trailer (2007)
"Feature documentary about Boise State football team."28 August 200790 mins
Out of the Blue is a documentary look at a group of high school athletes the blue chip programs didn't want who came to Boise State University, found a first year head coach with a blue-collar ethic and a no-nonsense attitude, and went on to compile a perfect 12-0 record. Their season culminated in a BCS busting 43-42 victory over perennial powerhouse Oklahoma in what many have called the greatest college football game ever played.
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Have you watched Out of the Blue: A Film About Life and Football yet? What did you think about it?