Based on the true story that took place in 1971 when African-American football coach, Herman Boone was hired to guide an integrated but racially polarized high school team--the T.C. Williams Titans. Boone faces a cool reception from the team's players as well as an awkward relationship with assistant coach Bill Yoast, a local white man with seniority and a tradition of winning who was bypassed for the job. As the two men learn to overcome their ignorance and bigotry and realize that they have much in common they work together to transform a group of angry, unfocused players into a dynamic winning team of responsible young men. In the process, they also unite a divided community and ensure that Virginia will always "Remember the Titans."
I hope you boys have learned as much from me this year as I've learned from you. You've taught this city how to trust the soul of a man and not the color of his skin. That was what coach Yoast had said to the titans. The quote means that the player on the team had stopped being racist and showed the other that they can do it too. The coach and everybody in their town had learned from them that year. In the process, they united a divided community.
In the beginning of the movie Coach Boone had brought them to a football came to prepare them for the season. They had to buses in one bus was the white players on the other bus was the black players. Coach Boone had made them integrate on the bus. Then when he asked one of the white players about a colored player and he knew everything about him, then each one of them had to know each of the players on the team. They were able to set aside their differences and become friend despite what other think of them.
After returning from football camp, Boone is told by a member of the school board that if he loses even a single game, he will be fired. Subsequently, the Titans go through the season undefeated while battling racial prejudice, before slowly gaining support from the community.