Visit my website homepage, TomShanahan.Report Listen to my partners for Name, Image and Likeness videos, and their endorsements of Raye of Light and The Right Thing To Do. My two books explain Michigan State’s leading role in college football integration and the influence of Duffy Daugherty’s 1950s and 1960s teams
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GRAPHIC (6th Block Creative). 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.
Visit my home page, TomShanahan.Report Scroll down to Ken Burns at Episode 7. *** The purpose of the Milestone Minutes to enlighten college football fans about the true 1960s pioneers of college football integration. It started with Daugherty’s 1960s teams, the first fully integrated rosters. It continued with schools, including
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