In a recent interview with Clint Switzer & Noah Gronniger on The Elite Sports Podcast, former South Carolina star Marcus Lattimore spoke openly about sports in relation to the social change that is taking place in America right now.
“I see a lot of positives coming out of this Black Lives Matter movement.” Lattimore stated. “It’s showing that two different Americas do exist and how do we navigate through these worlds and how do we unify?”
Lattimore, who recently served as Director of Player Development at South Carolina under Will Muschamp, offered poignant and thought-provoking words on football’s role in social change in addition to this time starring on the field for the Gamecocks from 2010-2012.
Watch: Marcus Lattimore speaks on social change
Listen to the entire podcast interview also featuring John Abraham
Sean Culkin checks in and talks about his playing days at Mizzou where he went through a coaching change and watched Drew Lock develop as a QB. Culkin is also searching for a new NFL team after 3 years with the Chargers. We also go deep into the trenches with legendary offensive line coach Jim McNally who has spent 40 years in the NFL.