The University of Pennsylvania had a struggling wrestling team until Don Frey became their head coach in the mid-1960s. He recruited local, average wrestlers with potential and instilled in them the confidence to exceed their own expectations. Penn set a record with 29 straight wins from 1968-1970, giving them prominence on the national level. Fifty years later, members of that undefeated team discuss what he taught them, more than anything else, was how to be better men.
Directed by Cory White (USA)