Wilmeth Sidat-Singh to be honored

Updated: November 6, 2013, 4:19 PM ET
By Andrea Adelson | ESPN.com

Maryland will pay tribute to former Syracuse halfback Wilmeth Sidat-Singh when the teams play Saturday, honoring a player barred from participating in their 1937 matchup because he was black.

The Sidat-Singh family will join Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson, Syracuse athletic director Daryl Gross and Maryland pioneer Darryl Hill in an on-field tribute and recognition on the video board between the first and second quarters. Syracuse players will wear No. 19 decals on ...

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