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Clemson University head football coach Dabo Swinney was asked to respond to Colin Kaepernick's protest of police killings of unarmed black men and women by kneeling for the national anthem. Swinney's response was surprisingly comprehensive and illuminating into his stance on race, religion, and sport. He crystallizes his overall interpretation of societal problems with the statement, "It's so easy to say we have a race problem, but we got a sin problem." In this essay, I examine "whiteness" asdoi:10.3390/rel11040191 fatcat:rz2zhmvd2zb4vifl77qoxqxzsy