I believe that racism is the only explanation for why blacks compose about 30% of college football players, but only 5% of the head coaches. Women compose 0% of the players and 0% of the coaches. Asian immigrants as well. But why don't blacks compose in the coaching ranks about what they compose in the player ranks? Is there really a behavior or personal choice phenomenon among black players that makes them so much less likely than their honkey peers to try coaching?
And I do admit that if racism clearly exists in coaching, then I should expect to find it in other areas. That's a logical point that I must concede. However, I do not believe that the facts bear that out. It appears to me that racism is fading away in the USA and enjoys only a few pockets of survival, such as sports coaching.