A profile of Willie Jeffries, who in 1979 became the first black college-football coach at a Division I program (Wichita State).
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Cy Alexander ... Himself
Tim Autry ... Himself
Ben Blacknall ... Himself
Herman Boone ... Himself
Ted Bredehoff ... Himself
Orlando Brown ... Himself
Randy Brown ... Himself
Nick Calcutta ... Himself
... Himself
James Clyburn ... Himself
Merl Code ... Himself
Charles Corry ... Himself
Bill Davis ... Himself
Leroy Davis ... Himself (as Dr. Leroy Davis)
Tony Dungy ... Himself
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A profile of Willie Jeffries, who in 1979 became the first black college-football coach at a Division I program (Wichita State).

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22 February 2002 (USA)  »

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Wille Jeffries
14 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

What an excellent man to have the honors of a documentary on ESPN. Coach Jeffries is indeed a trail blazer in many ways and it makes me proud to know him and be a part of history in the making. A living legend and an awesome person to know...Willie Jeffries! Having coached at SC State University and putting many guys in the NFL from this traditionally awesome university Coach Willie Jeffries has broken many color barriers in the coaching arena. There are a numerous amount of HBCU who are more than qualified to coach in division 1 schools across the country and Coach Jeffries proved that the.re is no limit to the abilities of him and others. He is man to be admired and I for one am very proud to know him.


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