32 members of the University of Missouri football team stood up against racism on campus and even threatened to not play another game unless the school’s president resigned. The school risked losing a million bucks if its players didn’t suit up for this weekend’s game against Brigham Young University. Suddenly, the president resigned. Obviously, racial equality is an issue but there’s something else here: the power of the student athletes and just how much change they can force at their schools across the country. Joining me is Brian Woods, the Commissioner of FXFL.
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