The Raider way
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Posted: Jul 11, 2017 8:04 PM CDT
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The Racine Raiders have painted themselves as one of the most successful semi-pro football franchises in the country. Starting in 1953, the non-profit organization is built and run entirely by volunteers. The Raiders have won 9 national championships, their last in 2014. Cristina Tuso explains how football has a rich tradition in the city of Racine.