Don't Lose Yourselves
00:00 - 01:35
1m 35s
Coach Ben Schwartzwalder inspires his team by making the game personal to each and every one of the players. He emphasizes that the game is more than just a football game; taking place during the Civil Rights Movement, it is an opportunity to make history.


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