Why did Michael decide to go to Ole Miss?
It's the Tuohy's tradition to go to that school.
The scholarship option was better.
Ole Miss was the closest to home.
What was the signifigant impact Lawernce Taylor made to the NFL?
He was an amazing quarterback.
He changed the way the left tackle was thought of.
He was an amazing coach and took his team to the championships twice.
Who did Michael move in with giving him a stable home?
His tutor Sue
His football coach
What was holding back from getting in a college football scholarship?
He didn't have enough money.
He needed more experience in football.
He needed to get his grades up to graduate.
What was the main plot difference between the novel and the book?
Michael wasn't a good basketball player in the book, but was amazing in the movie.
The novel goes through his college years, but the movie ends after high school.
Michael never wins the state championships in the movie, but does in the novel.
What does Michael do when he picks a nose tackle off the ground?
He smacks the opponent right in the helmet.
He takes him all the way across the field.
He throws the opponent to the ground.
What are one of the things Michael's tutor says to persuade him to go to Ole Miss instead of Tennessee?
He would look bad in orange, Tennessee's color
There are dead bodies buried underneath the Tennessee's football field.
It's hard to find a good barbecue in Tennessee.
All of the above
What was the one category Michael got a high percentile in?
Why wasn't Michael's mother taking care of him?
She died when Michael was young.
She left him at the doorstep of strangers when he was a baby.
She's a drug addict.
What was the author's main message in this novel?
There can be a great future for anyone.
There are nice people out there.
Football is the best sport to play.
Why did the author pick Tennessee as the setting of the novel?
There are great football teams there.
The southeast has more racists then many other places.
It's where all the rich people live.
What was one of the main characters that was in the book and not the movie?
Why did the author make Michael shy?
The author wanted Michael to have a soft side, making him different from most big ghetto-raised teenagers.
The author wanted Michael to not show much emotion towards people.
The author wanted him to seem sad and lonely.
Throughout the whole book and movie, what is Leigh Anne Tuohy's main goal?
To learn how to play football
To get Michael to succeed in school and go to a great college
To find Michael's birth mother
What did they do a lot in the book but didn't do much of in the movie?
Explain Michael's past
Show Leigh Ann's relationship with Michael
Explained football history
What was something that Michael did in the book but not in the movie?
Study a lot
Play school Football
Play school Basketball
Who was the main antagonist the author tried to show in the novel?
In one word, how would you explain Sean Jr. and Michael's relationship?
Who was Sue?
The house keeper
How would you describe Leigh Ann Tuohy?
What was Mr. Tuohy's job?
He was an attorney.
He owned many Taco Bells.
He was a private detective.
What were the two other colleges Michael was considering?
Tennessee and USC
Notre Dame and USC
Tennessee and Oregon State
What were the NCAA concerned about?
That the Tuohy's were abusing Michael.
That they adopted him just to force him to play for their favorite college football team.
That the Tuohy's were bribing coaches to have him play for their team.
What event DID NOT happen in the movie?
Michael's football team won the state championships.
Michael got a lawsuit for hitting a kid.
Michael got his driver's license.
Why did the author name the book The Blind Side? What does it represent?
It sounded cool and it doesn't represent anything.
It represents Michael's position in football and how his job is to protect the quarterback's blind side.
It represents Michael's struggle of being blind and having to deal with that struggle.
What scene do they have in the movie and not in the book?
Michael going to the laundromat.
Leigh Ann letting Michael sleep on their coach.
Michael getting a bedroom.
What was ironic about Michael's position on the field?
It was to protect the quarterback and the only subject Michael got a high score on was protective instincts.
It was the quarterback and that's the exact opposite position you would see a big, tall guy playing.
What made Michael different from the other football players?
He was the biggest but was one of the fastest runners.
He was super short but very strong.
He was super skinny but was amazing at blocking.