White Privilege Returns to College Football

Nick Saban Lashes Out About NIL, Texas A&M, and an HBCU

Nick Saban and Deion Sanders

I can’t compare college football directly to enslavement, it’s more like indentured servitude. The college athlete agrees to serve master's for a given number of years, in return, they get food and board for their work, and allegedly an education. The master, in this case, is the university, which…

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