"A culture of reverence for the football program that is ingrained at all levels of the campus community."
Paul Kersey dares take you down the rabbit hole and show you how far that reverence for college football goes on the campuses of some of America's best colleges and universities.
And in the process, he clearly shows that a new form of discrimination has emerged; that against white high school athletes.
The godfather of college football recruiting, Tom Lemming, told the Chicago Sun-Times in 2009, ""College recruiters talk off the record to me," said Lemming. "They talk off the record that if an athlete is white, no matter how great his production, they won't recruit him."
"On his annual coast-to-coast trips to evaluate the top 1,500 prospects in the country, Lemming sees hundreds of white tailbacks who are very productive but few get a chance in college."
Paul Kersey will show you the ramifications of majority black major college football, where the Southeastern Conference (SEC) went from all-white teams up until the early 1970s to fielding squads of almost black starters who rely on "special admits" to gain acceptance to the university.