GRAPHIC (6th Block Creative): Quarterback Jimmy Raye (16), head coach Duffy Daugherty and co-captain Clinton Jones (26). Research for these lists date to 2012 and writing “Raye of Light: Jimmy Raye, Duffy Daugherty, the 1965-66 Michigan State Spartans and the integration of college football,” August Publications. Foreword by Tony Dungy.
Podcasts and videos
GRAPHIC (6th Block Creative). Visit my home page, TomShanahan.Report The End Game discusses race and sports in American with a focus on Michigan State coach Duffy’s Daugherty’s 1960 teams leading college football with its first fully integrated rosters. Co-hosts: Tom Shanahan, award-winning sportswriter. Herman Bulls, West Point graduate, retired Colonel
Visit my home page, TomShanahan.Report SCROLL DOWN TO EPISODE 7 for KEN BURNS VIDEO *** CORRECTING ESPN on the record of Duffy Daugherty’s legacy EPISODE 8: Michigan State coach Duffy Daugherty, whose 1960s teams were college football’s first fully integrated rosters, was egregiously and inaccurately cast in ESPN’s 150th college
44 facts supporting Duffy, his Spartans and southern Black coaches that laid the tracks — don’t believe Bear Bryant myths
— “History writes people out of the story. It’s our job to write them back in.” — David Maraniss, Pulitzer Prize winner and biographer By TOM SHANAHAN Here are 44 facts – one for every Underground Railroad passenger Michigan State coach Duffy Daugherty recruited from the segregated South between 1959