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Luther Campbell is best known as a political activist and leader of hop-hop group 2 Live Crew, but to the young football players he mentors in Florida, he answers to "Uncle Luke." This docuseries covers a season with the Liberty City Warriors, the football program Campbell founded in a crime-ridden neighborhood in Miami, Fla., that is one of the NFL's most successful player factories. Liberty City alumni who have played in the NFL include Davonta Freeman, Antonio Brown, Duke Johnson and Teddy Bridgewater.

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The end of the season means it's back to regular life for the players and coaches and it's time to reflect on what the future holds.
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The Dread family continues to struggle with their housing situation; the pressure of football and impending fatherhood finally gets to Herb, affecting his coaching on the field.
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A birthday party that nearly gets out of hand provides a reality check; the Dread family continues to struggle with the consequences of an unwelcome separation; little George struggles with big feelings.
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As Liberty City recovers from Hurricane Irma, the upcoming games against archrival Overtown present challenges for the Warriors football teams; the hurricane presents more struggles for the Dread family to overcome.
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Tutu Atwell and Miami Northwestern's quest to win a state championship is interrupted when everyone's focus is pulled from football as Hurricane Irma approaches, threatening historic destruction.
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Liberty City Warriors co-founder, entertainer, and political activist Luther Uncle Luke Campbell tours Liberty City and describes the origins of the Warriors program.

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