Gary Steele’s lasting impact
In 1966, Gary Steele became the first African-American to play varsity football at West Point, effectively breaking the color barrier at the United States Military Academy. Steele’s daughter, ESPN’s Sage Steele, looks back on his legacy in celebration of Veterans day.
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