Scott Murphy (Brian Presley), known as “Mr Football” is the best in his field, but after an injury, he is forced to retire. Fifteen years later, Scott is trying to turn a profit with his farm, in between volunteering at the local fire department, and feeling as though he is wasting his life away. In addition to that, he is in a financial bind, and has a difficult time making his monthly payments. On a trip to the local financial institution, and failing to make a payment for at least 120 days, Scott is advised that the bank has started foreclosure procedures on the farm.
After a freak temperature drop, and a series of events that turns his world upside down, Scott decides that nothing is worth living for, and tries to take his own life by clogging the tail pipe in his truck. As the smoke begins to take effect, Scott drifts off into a land that can only be described as the past, 15 years in the past.
Scott finds himself back at school, minus the football injury, and ready to get back in the game. As confusing as the change is to Scott, he is relishing the fact that he has a second chance.
As Scott gets back into the groove, he realizes that not everything is as it was, especially since he is a lot more experienced in the way things work, not to mention understanding what's important. Although Scott is back with his long time girlfriend, he soon realizes that it is his present wife Macy, (Melanie Lynskey) that means the most to him.
As Scott comes in contact with friends from his past, he realizes that fate threw him a curve ball which may have saved his life. Written and directed by Don Handfield, look for supporting roles by Christine Lahti as Thelma and Kurt Russell as the coach.