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The Blind Side - Home Team on the Bus?
This slip up occurs during the scene where Michael's team is playing the Crusaders. The Crusaders are home team on their field. At the end of the game after Michael throws #66 of the Crusader's over the wall, he tells the coach "I was taking him to the bus. It was time for him to go home" If the Crusaders are the home team, why would #66 need to get on a bus to go home?
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nomad762 writes:
Michael was giving a (obviously) BS explanation, making a joke out of it, for what he had just done. At no time did the movie show the home team on the bus or imply in any way that they actually took the bus. If Michael had, instead, said "He tripped & I was trying to help him up" would that have been a slipup? No. Neither is this.
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