Skip to comments.John Stallworth tops Class of 2014 (Black College Football Hall of Fame)
Posted on 10/23/2013 10:59:34 AM PDT by God luvs America
Four-time Super Bowl champion John Stallworth and seven-time Pro Bowler Michael Strahan were among the seven players and coaches to be chosen for the Black College Football Hall of Fame on Wednesday.
Stallworth, who starred at Alabama A&M, and Strahan (Texas Southern) will be enshrined in Atlanta on March 1, 2014. Joining them in the Class of 2014 will be Robert Brazile (Jackson State), Leroy Kelly (Morgan State), Willie Totten (Mississippi Valley State), Doug Wilkerson (NC Central) and Marino Casem (Alcorn State).
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I bet you whitey is subsidizing all of this.
I think this is a hall of fame for players from black colleges, not college players who happened to be black. Black colleges came into existence because most colleges did not allow blacks to attend, or severely restricted their numbers.
So why are there still black colleges?
They’re a relic. Institutional inertia keeps them operating, but the private ones won’t last more than another generation, if that, as their endowments run out.
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