The End Game, Episode 7, with Terence Moore on his book ‘The Real Hank Aaron’ and more

Visit my home page, TomShanahan.Report The End Game discusses race and sports in America with a focus on Michigan State coach Duffy’s Daugherty’s 1960 teams leading college football integration. Duffy’s teams were the sport’s first fully integrated rosters and won national titles in 1965 and 1966. Don’t believe the myths and fiction surrounding the 1970 USC-Alabama game that aggrandized USC’s role and obfuscated Alabama coach Bear Bryant dragging his feet into the 1970s. The information is taken from “Raye…

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The End Game with Army West Point pioneer Gary Steele

Visit my home page, TomShanahan.Report Gary Steele, West Point trailblazer, Army's first Black football letterman. The End Game discusses race and sports in America with a focus on Michigan State coach Duffy’s Daugherty’s 1960 teams leading college football leading the way. Duffy’s teams were the sport’s first fully integrated rosters and won national titles in 1965 and 1966. Co-hosts: Tom Shanahan, award-winning sportswriter. Herman Bulls, West Point graduate, retired Colonel and honored numerous times as one of the nation’s top African-American…

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The End Game: Race and Sports

By TOM SHANAHAN My website homepage, TomShanahan.Report. Read Kirkus Reviews on "THE RIGHT THING TO DO, The True Pioneers of College Football Integration in the 1960s." Here are purchase links to my books. *** Award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns introduces episodes of The End Game with important words on race in America. He responded to my question about the injustice of Michigan State coach Duffy Daugherty's leadership in college football integration in the 1960s shoved aside by myths and…

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