9 football videos to get you in the Super Bowl spirit

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It’s almost game time. On Sunday, the Carolina Panthers will face the Denver Broncos in the NFL’s Super Bowl 50.

If you can’t wait until then to get your football fix, these nine football shows and movies will help you keep it together until the Super Bowl kickoff. The movies below are available for streaming from their respective service providers.

Streaming on Hulu:

1. A Season with Notre Dame Football (2016)

Available through Hulu’s Showtime option, this 14-episode special lets you behind the scenes of Notre Dame’s football team. The special lets viewers follow along as the team preps for a matchup and shows what game day looks like for the team directly from the sidelines.

2. College Football Legends (2004)

This 8-episode series profiles some of college football’s greatest players, coaches and looks at some of the game’s most intense rivalries.

3. Inside the NFL

This Showtime sports talk program offers NFL analysis and insights into the season’s biggest moments and the upcoming game.

Streaming on Netflix: 

1. 30 for 30: The U (2009)

The University of Miami football team came into controversy in the 1980s when its coach began recruiting black players.

2. Underdogs (2013)

A coach takes on a football team with a losing record, bringing together a talented team of young misfits on the field.

3. Radio (2003)

The classic football film Radio tells the story of a high school football coach who builds a friendship with a developmentally disabled man.

 Streaming on Amazon Prime:

1. Reggie’s Prayer (1997)

Reggie White retires from football after a robbery leaves a child dead. He goes on to become a teacher and coach at an inner-city high school.

2. Give Us This Day (2015)

Available with a Starz add-on subscription, “Give Us This Day” follows the young men on the Grant Union High School football team as they face a tragedy. Can they make it through one of their most difficult seasons to date?

3. Mississippi Juco: The Toughest Football League in America (2012)

Mississippi’s football ecosystem stands out. Fourteen junior colleges play what locals refer to as “renegade ball,” making Mississippi Juco a new kind of football experience.