You guys are the media, and I'm the mayor of a hypothetical town, that is not very far from a prominent University. I wrote a letter to the University, and this is what it states...
Dear University of Texas,
Congratulations on winning the National Championship. That is a credit to the hard work, and talent of Texas athletes. You may have noticed that 4% of the students in your prestigous University are black. You also may have noticed that this percentage is in vast disproportion to the Athletic make-up of your Football, Basketball, and Track and field teams. I am fully aware, as you are that the National coverage of your Football, and Basketball squads brings in millions of dollars to your programs. Whites are still making millions from the sweat, hard work, and talents of blacks. And the schools in my community, which you recruit from, might I add, still have a tremendous gap. I was just wondering if my community was ever going to be able to benefit, financially, and school curriculumn wise, from the success of our students? Is there anyway your school can contribute to better facilities, and a broader curriculm for our schools? There are many Universities that pick from the trees of the community, but don't contribute to the sustenance and nourishment of that tree. I'm just asking for a little fertilizer. (<--not to be taken literally, because we are literally tired of being *schit* on)