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FILE - In this Monday, Jan. 6, 2014 file photo, Charlie Strong, right, is hugged by University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers, left, during an NCAA college football news conference in Austin, Texas where Strong was introduced as the university's new football coach. Richard Lapchick, who has spent decades advocating for more diversity in sports, says, "There's no question that the so-called prime jobs, programs with great traditions, have been less available to African-Americans." He said it has been tougher for black coaches to build winning traditions because they usually get opportunities with losing teams, and it’s tough to turn that around before the ax falls in two or three years. "Stepping in at Texas or Penn State," Lapchick said, "makes that a lot easier." (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
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