Coach Molly McGrath, of “Wildcats”
Played by an in-her-prime Goldie Hawn, Coach Molly is much tougher than her Barbie exterior portrays.
This under-the-radar comedy, which features then-unknowns Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson, has some wonderful moments, including some... different... snap counts, “Two, four, six, the Cougars are...” um, we shan’t finish that sentence.
The verdict — Coach Molly is out of the running, basically for being way too hot.
Coach Tony D’Amato, of “Any Given Sunday”
Al Pacino is the star of a terrific ensemble cast in this Oliver Stone epic and he delivers an off-the-charts performance as the beleaguered anti-hero.
His pregame speech before the big game is one of the most iconic use of words to describe football ever spoken.
D’Amato, staring his football mortality in the mirror, is a deeply troubled man, leading a completely dysfunctional team owned by an incompetent in the owner’s box.
The verdict is in.
“Tony D” is the best man for the Browns’ job.
McCormack is the sports editor of the Star Beacon. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.