What black coaches broke the glass ceiling in collegiate football?

On the college scene, pioneer coaches include Tyrone Willingham (1953–) of the University of Notre Dame; Norries Wilson (1965–), the first black head football coach in the Ivy League (Columbia University), in 2005; and James Franklin (1972–) the first black coach to head a major sport at Vanderbilt.


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