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that was asked in the Q and A thread. Since it is locked (and I was a little bit late for the chat), here is my contribution to that question.
This guy. Whoever it is.
Nick Saban on lead guitar
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Pacino. He basically played him in "Any Given Sunday" already.
haha! I've seen that dude posted on here. That is crazy. Wonder if Coach Saban has seen that?
i don't know who wears the suit, but james earl jones is definitely handling the voiceover.
William H. Macy could do it and do it well. Very versatile actor.
Sans implants Hillary Swank could do a fine job as A.J. McCarron.
“You are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your informed opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant.”
That guy looks a little bit like G.E. Smith, formerly of the Saturday Night Live band.
I agree with Pacino
Choose not a life of limitation
With his ability to have a believable meltdown on screen, and his quick wit and sharp tongue.....gotta go with Al Pacino
"You feeling satisfied now Teddy?"
I'd say Mel Gibson's meltdown potential has to get him somewhere in the top 10.
Edit: I've thought about it and updated my top billing. Kelly Johnson. Obviously, Kelly Johnson. All others are obsolete.
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Billy Bob Thorton. Very versitle and I think he could pull off the voice to a t. Bout the same age.
Edward James Olmos?
I don't know if any man could handle the pressure of playing Saban. That coach at Ohio state almost died just playing against him.
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