The Line of Scrimmage chose the Big Piney Punchers of Big Piney, Wyoming as the final school in the search for the “Gutsiest Teams in America.” Reason being, Big Piney is known as the “Ice Box of The Nation” due to its extreme cold temperatures. Here, one of the punchers talks about fishing in Wyoming.
For week number 2 of The Line of Scrimmages Boys Ranch installment, the crew spoke with one of the ranch’s bull-fighters. In this video he talks about his past and about how bull-fighting has taught him life lessons.
When The Line of Scrimmage visited the Texas pan-handle, the featured school was Boys Ranch. Boys Ranch is a school that gives young men a second chance. It also happens to be an actual working ranch.
While in Newbern, Alabama, “The Line of Scrimmage” visited Sunshine High School. In this video, the coach introduces the Tigers who play both offense and defense. About 90% of the team must play both ways due to the team’s small size.
The Line of Scrimmage checked out the tiny town of Newbern, Alabama. A town with a population of under 300. This video revolves around one of the team’s home games. We get to see just what it is like to experience a game small-town style.
E.E. Smith High School is the official high school for Ft. Bragg military base. In this video, one of the player’s moms talks about having a son on the football team and a husband in Iraq.
At Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, The Line of Scrimmage filmed the E.E. Smith Golden Bulls. In this video, the coach talks about getting the players game footage so that if their parents are serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, they can still see their sons play.
While in Indianapolis, Indiana, The Line of Scrimmage visited Cathedral High School. Here, we learn how not having a home field has made the team a very tight-knit family.
While in Frederick, MD, The Line of Scrimmage visited the Maryland School for the Deaf. Here, the coaches prep the team for a game against much bigger opponents.