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Another fictional true sports story hits theaters this weekend with the release of “The Express.”

It’s based on the life of Ernie Davis, a Syracuse running back and the first black player to win the Heisman Trophy.

Among the movie’s climactic scenes is one where Davis gets hit by a barrage of racial slurs and debris during the Orangemen’s game against West Virginia in his senior season.

As a letter writer to the Syracuse Post-Standard pointed out, the Syracuse/WVU game was played in Syracuse that year.

Is this gonna be “Remember the Titans” all over again?

Why oh why wasn’t Davis’ real life story good enough for Hollywood?