For almost a decade, journalist Mark W. Wright has tracked one of the greatest injustices in collegiate sports history, a story America hardly knows. In 1971, Howard University, a historically Black university in Washington, D.C., won a national men’s soccer championship — only to be stripped of its title by the NCAA due to allegations of ineligible players. For more than 50 years, Howard has proclaimed its innocence — and counters that racism was the reason the NCAA targeted the predominantly Black school for daring to step into the all-white soccer landscape and dominate. The Bison Project is an exclusive telling of that story, with interviews from the players and former Howard students who lived that epic, undefeated season. By bringing this story to light, the Bison Project is leading an effort to remove the asterisk currently attached to this championship.