It's the last day of National Hispanic Heritage Month, a time celebrating the contributions of Latinos to the United States.
There have been concerts and art exhibits highlighting the accomplishments of Latinos past and present, but two trailblazing Chicanos have been all but forgotten.
In 1981, the Oakland Raiders' Tom Flores and Jim Plunkett became the first minorities to win a Super Bowl as a head coach and quarterback, respectively. Three years later they did it again when the Raiders played in Los Angeles.
They've got championships on their resumes and the distinction of being first, but neither is in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and — as time goes on — the memory of what they did gets even fainter.
ESPN.com's Paul Gutierrez joins the show with more.