another 30 for 30, this one is on the maurice clarett case. covers his freshman year, upbringing, recruitment, trouble post-college, etc. he’s actually a pretty decent guy from what i can tell. he made the typical inner city black kid mistakes (guns/drugs) and paid for them, but is more thoughtful and reflective than most convicts and football players. also looks at jim tressel who was his coach and was also from youngstown. i’m not as sold on tressel as i am clarett. i think tressel lacks a bit in the follow through and walking the walk categories. another cautionary tale for young inner city youth and big time athletes.