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BLACK COLLEGE QUARTERBACKS---A LEGACY DENIED

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The inferiority of historically celebrated one dimensional quarter backs such Johnny Unitas,  Bart Starr, Sony Jurgensen,  Len Dawson, Fran Tarkenson, Daryle Lamonica, Y.A. Tittle, Otto Graham is clearly illuminated when compared to highly skilled two dimensional quarter backs like Michael Vick, Vince Young, Robert Griffin lll, Randal Cunningham, Warren Moon, Johnny Manziel- Johnny Football and the greatest of all who was  never given an opportunity to play quarterback in the NFL was FREDDIE SOLOMON.

When comparing the game film of two dimensional quarter backs to game film of one-dimensional quarter backs the difference in talent is MONUMENTAL.  Imagine if Michael Vick was allowed to play on the same team when Sony Jurgensen played. People would still be talking about how Vick averaged 500 yards rushing and 500 yards passing--- every game.  Now imagine Freddie Solomon!  You can not!  He was not allowed to play quarter back because he simply was black. Now imagine Professional Boxing without…MOHAMMAD ALI!  See what you missed!

This hypothesis would have been a historical fact (like the unbelievable Mohammad Ali) but for the intentional discrimination and denial of two dimensional quarter backs to play quarter back in the NFL.   The only rationale for this denial was because their skin color was black.  In reality white owners knew for a certainty that white quarter backs could not make the cut.

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