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Director - Nina Gilden Seavey
Run Time -  91 minutes
Language - English
Format - DVD-R
Year - 2011
Genre - Documentary
Educational Interest- Adolescence, Family Relations, Sports

Institutional DVD Price: $195


Shot over six years, 4th & Goal tells the story of DeQawn, Albert, Gibril, Tim, Randy and Bret, all standouts at a respected junior college football program.  Each of the young men are recruited for top Division 1 college scholarships.  As they fan out across the country to the nation’s best college football teams, each carries with him the belief that he will be one of the chosen few who will someday be a “Sunday Player” in the NFL.


What their experience reveals is the true fate of millions of young football players: only about 1700 players can play in the NFL, and the cut-throat competition – physical, intellectual, and emotional – is what distinguishes one man’s success from another man’s failure.


As our young men reach the end of their college careers the draft and recruitment process heats up.  Pro-Day, Draft-Day, Training Camp – they are all steps towards the moment every football player dreams of.  But only one will achieve his ultimate dream – to win a Super Bowl.

For players, fans, and anyone who cares about America’s favorite pastime, 4th & Goal is a must-see.”
- Pete Carroll, Head Coach, Seattle Seahawks

A must-see movie for every collegiate football player.  I will be showing it to my team this training camp.”
- Joker Phillips, Head Coach, Kentucky

A compelling peek at the journey young football players undertake to fulfill their football dreams.  It’s both uplifting and heartbreaking to watch these young men go from wide-eyed players to often humbled professional aspirants.” - Stewart Mandel, Sports Illustrated