That question can’t be ducked as the NCAA allows colleges to begin “voluntary” football practices, and other college teams begin to practice.
Colleges are desperate to open the full football season, a source of millions in profits for colleges and universities.
With demonstrations in support of the Black Lives Movement continuing, it is time for players to speak out.
Oklahoma State’s football coach, Mike Gundy, found that out when he wore a sweatshirt from OAN, the virulent right-wing cable network that has consistently mocked Black Lives Matter demonstrations.
College football is a wonderful spectator sport, but it is not worth the lives of young American men.