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On Nov. 29, 1969, the all-black team of Florida A&M took on the virtually all-white team of the University of Tampa before a crowd of 45,000.
The Spartans won the 1966 national championship with black QB Jimmy Raye II
At 56, he’s one of only 14 black coaches in the 130-team FBS
The sports history between the schools dates to 1893
University’s foundation in civil rights movement and engineering helped elevate its game
He was Bear Bryant’s first black player, captain, All-American and assistant coach
Some schools considering new approach when securing guaranteed money
Ga. Tech’s Pressley Harvin is fighting stereotypes, just like his predecessors
Football assistants get trained on how to ace the interview for head coach
College football at 150 is still a game of surprises even when it’s the same old, same old, too
We're changing our name!
The Undefeated is now
Where Blackness is infinite