Judson: Black colleges still thrive
Dr. Horace Judson played football and baseball and ran track at Dillard High School in his native Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The school has five graduates now playing in the NFL.
Judson, 65, is president of Grambling State University, a school that has sent more than 100 of its students to the NFL. Although the school is not the powerhouse it once was, and fewer of its players make it to the NFL, Judson retains a keen interest in sports.
He grew up a Dodgers fan but switched to the Yankees ...
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