In 1973, a spiritual awakening captures the hearts of the Woodlawn High School Football team. Lead by their coach, Tandy Geralds (Nic Bishop), and fueled by the team’s dedication to love and unity in a school filled with racism and hate, the team makes an astounding run at the playoffs, leading to the largest high school football game ever played in the torn city of Birmingham, Alabama, and the rise of its first African American superstar – Tony Nathan (Caleb Castille).
Ritchie is the epitome of everything wrong with modern man: a pompous, foul-mouthed idiot, driven only to get the latest girl of the week Something changes after his first real relationship that includes Ritchie’s two favorite things: frequent condomless sex and freshly baked cookies. Through his “confessions,” we learn his womanizing goes much deeper, fueled by a scar caused years ago. But leave it to his new best friend, a transgendered prostitute named Ginger, to help Ritchie work through these psychological issues.