Too goofy and silly to have much in the way of positive messages. Regional stereotypes.
Football violence, over-the-top tackling in some instances for the sake of comedy.
Brief shot of naked male buttocks. Talk of sex between the waterboy and his girlfriend. In one scene, his girlfriend removes her blouse. A woman at a college party asks the waterboy if he has "ever been in a threesome." A man puts his hand on a woman's breasts. Jokes about the waterboy still being a virgin.
Frequent profanity. "F--k," "a--hole." The waterboy is verbally bullied by football players: He's called a "retard," "needled--k," and "s--thead." He receives a note telling him to "eat s--t."
To rile him up, the head coach of the football team tells the waterboy that "Gatorade is better than water"; this is repeated several times in a row. At a football game, a large banner advertises Ozarka Spring Water. Other banners advertise Casio, McDonald's, and ACDelco.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Drinking at a party. In a recurring joke, cheerleaders and the mascot of a terrible college football team are shown getting drunk on whiskey while on the field. College students drink alcohol in the bleachers. The title football game is called the Bourbon Bowl. After witnessing the strange behavior of the waterboy at a football camp for kids, the camp leader advises the kids, "Don't smoke crack."