Colleges have about 10 percent black head coaches. High school is different of course, because predominantly black (area) high schools have 47% (?!) black head coaches and predominantly white high schools have 95% white head coaches, or something like that (quick google search). One could say that the coaching profession is racist, but it doesn't make sense then that predominantly black high schools have only 47% black head coaches. Who are the white people in these schools demanding that the coach be white? And the demographics of football and sports in general (other than "Olympic" sports?) is black. So it would seem that no one is really forcing a white coach on any team. In college you have the donors and what not which I would say are majority Caucasian, but do they care more about that than the quality of the coach? If college (FBS) is 10%, why would we expect the NFL to be much higher? Perhaps black men and women don't want to coach? Is there some coaching school that supplies coaches and only takes white applicants? Could be my rose-colored glasses, but it is hard to call something racist just by looking at numbers. I would love to know more about why/why not people get into coaching, because clearly the pool of qualified candidates does NOT match the demographic of the "sport population".