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October 24, 2000 | PATRICK GOLDSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When football coaches wanted to rev up their team for a big game, they would close the locker room doors and deliver an inspirational pep talk. But all across America these days, coaches have found another way. They've been taking their teams to see the Denzel Washington-starring "Remember the Titans," the rousing story of a newly integrated 1971 high school football team that learns to win by putting its racial differences aside and playing together.
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October 24, 2000 | PATRICK GOLDSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When football coaches wanted to rev up their team for a big game, they would close the locker room doors and deliver an inspirational pep talk. But all across America these days, coaches have found another way. They've been taking their teams to see the Denzel Washington-starring "Remember the Titans," the rousing story of a newly integrated 1971 high school football team that learns to win by putting its racial differences aside and playing together.
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September 30, 2000 | GREGORY ALLEN HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
President Clinton hugged Coach Herman Boone on Tuesday night. More like a bear hug. Then the president hugged Coach Bill Yoast. Tightly. He then invited all the tuxedoed Titans up to the front of the Uptown Theater in Washington, D.C. He hugged all of them seemingly at once and thanked them for what they had done for Alexandria, Va., and what the movie about their high school football team--their beloved T.C. Williams High Titans--would do for the country. Love changes everything.
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September 30, 2000 | GREGORY ALLEN HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
President Clinton hugged Coach Herman Boone on Tuesday night. More like a bear hug. Then the president hugged Coach Bill Yoast. Tightly. He then invited all the tuxedoed Titans up to the front of the Uptown Theater in Washington, D.C. He hugged all of them seemingly at once and thanked them for what they had done for Alexandria, Va., and what the movie about their high school football team--their beloved T.C. Williams High Titans--would do for the country. Love changes everything.
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