Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that because this sports-movie spoof has been marketed as being from the creators of Wedding Crashers, it's definitely going to appeal to teens. Originally rated R (it got its PG-13 on appeal), it has a lot of sexual references -- mostly through double entendres and sight gags (a wife is caught in bed with another man, a girl gymnast makes several lesbian jokes, etc.) -- though no actual nudity. There's also drinking and drug use, particularly on the part of the crazy coach who wants his players to learn how to party. Some language ("s--t") and cartoonish, slapstick-type violence.
Lots and lots of sexual jokes and double meanings. A teenage girl kisses two different guys and shows off her bra in two scenes. A married woman is caught wearing lingerie in bed with a shirtless man. The coach strips down to his underwear (briefs) during a party. An aroused player is able to hang his helmet on his erection. A female gymnast makes several jokes alluding to her sexual orientation.
A gun is shot in a cartoonish manner during a coaching drill. A player has an over-the-top injury during a football game. Lots of physical, slapstick-type gags.
Language includes "s--t," "bulls--t," and sometimes-crude sexual jokes. A mentally impaired fan is called a "retard," "spaz," "moronic," etc.
The players are encouraged to fail their classes in order to devote all their energy to playing college football.
Brief Usual Suspects parody shows off the following brands: Champs, Scope, Aim, Pledge, Joy, Cheer, Shout, Depends, and Preparation-H. My Little Pony, X-Box, and Fox Sports are also featured.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Several characters drink 80-oz. bottles of beer; the coach takes pills and a bong hit and drinks too much at a party.