I'd have liked to have seen that. I watched The Express a few years back and aside from the Hollywood fiction (I think the biggest fuss was because the WVU fans were supposedly not racist towards the black players), I found it to be very inspirational, and may have shed a tear or two.
It certainly puts the game into perspective, even for something that happened a while ago. It's just sad that it takes these kind of stories (loss of life, career threatening injuries/diseases) to do that.
To think about it and similar stories immediately softens a loss (to say, Atlanta) and makes me grateful that we've been able to watch some truly gifted players perform on our team (and the whole of football) for the past few months, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.
And yeh, him and Brown would have torn it up! Such a tragedy he was not able to fulfill his future.
"I knocked you on your ass tho, that's all I'm sayin'. And imma do it again! Imma continue to do it. Imma do it again, Imma do it again and again!" Kam Chancellor.