Hayden, Luther and Dauber are back at Minnesota State where they see familiar faces and reminisce about their early years as college coaches.
Hayden reflects on the highs and lows of his coaching career with his closest friends, Luther and Dauber.
With other teams eager to lure Hayden away, Doris offers her star coach $17 million to remain with the Breakers for 10 more years.
When Doris promotes Luther, Hayden is short one defensive coordinator, a job he thinks would be perfect for the legendary linebacker Dick Butkus.
A mother boasts that her little girl, who's only a few days older than Tim, can already walk and talk. The claim sparks Hayden's competitive streak.
In the wake of the Breakers's successful season, Doris rewards the coaching staff with free sessions with her psychic.
The boys' annual fishing trip is sabotaged by Luther's bad planning and a hungry alligator.
Defying all expectations, the Breakers finally make the playoffs. But the big news also means that Hayden will have to spend Christmas in Cleveland.
When Luther and Doris decide to marry, Howard smells publicity and pushes the couple to stage their wedding during a Breakers half-time show.
Dauber enters into a storybook romance with a theme-park employee. But he has second thoughts when he suspects Hayden might not approve of the match.
Hayden and Christine must select a guardian for Tim in the event of their death, but they get scared when the Burleighs show too much enthusiasm.
Hayden desperately wants to have a romantic evening with Christine, but Christine is terrified to leave the baby with a stranger.
Doris returns from her trip to Brazil with a gift for the whole team: She has found a young, sexy new player to join the Breakers.
Hayden is excited when he's offered the chance to write a memoir. But soon he learns the subject of the book is "living with losing."
As Christine and Hayden experience the joys of parenthood, they also experience lack of sleep.
Christine and Hayden's adoption of the baby becomes complicated when Julie's father enters the picture.
Coach movie trailer - starring Hugh Dancy, Gillian Jacobs, Liane Balaban, Mamie Gummer, David Zayas. Directed by Will Frears. Genre: Romance
Coach clip - starring Craig T. Nelson, Jerry Van Dyke, Shelley Fabares, Bill Fagerbakke.
Coach movie trailer - starring Hugh Dancy, Liane Balaban, Gillian Jacobs, David Zayas, Mamie Gummer. Directed by Will Frears. Genre: Romance
The trailer for Coach.
Nick Scanlon is an unemployed Manhattan barfly on the verge of realizing that his childish bed-head charm might not get him much farther than the door of some hip New York nightclub and that this, perhaps, is no longer enough.
Dumped by his girlfriend and abandoned by his suddenly mature and working friends, Nick becomes motivated to do something more with his life. He quickly finds himself a job coaching a middle school soccer team down the block from his trust-fund financed apartment. His good intentions are rewarded when Nick meets Gabrielle, the beautiful doctor from a hospital close to his team s home field.
Through an unlikely friendship with the team s thirteen-year-old star player, and a budding relationship with Gabrielle who questions his party-boy lifestyle, Nick begins to understand that growing up is more complicated than he ever could have imagined whether it be at thirteen, or at twenty-eight. Nick embraces his new challenge, his new girlfriend, and his soccer team of misfits, and with a few missteps along the way, ends up finding himself in a place he never thought possible.