Alright, I have a serious question. Would the "Chief" at Illinois have been viewed differently by American Indians if it had been revised to be made more authentic by a panel comprised of American Indians and then a scholarship had been set up for American Indians to portray the Chief? It seems to me that what has been lost in the debate over all of this is that the students and fans at Illinois didn't view it as some caricature or some sort of goofy mascot, and genuinely treated it with respect. The real issue seemed, to me, to be that under these conditions, the respect was given to something that wasn't authentic. Thoughts?