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"Facing the Giants": Going the Distance

Facing the Giants is about a Christian high school football team and their coach, Grant Taylor (Alex Kendrick). In six years of coaching, Grant has never had a winning season. After realigning himself with God, Grant delivers his team a new philosophy. But he will need the leadership of one of his key seniors, Brock Kelly (Jason McLeod).

As the players are gathered for practice, one of them asks, "So coach, how strong is Westview this year?"

Brock answers, "A lot stronger than we ...

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