What better way is there to bring back football fans who are tired of all the left wing politics?

Campus Reform reports:

Miami Dolphins create social justice scholarship program

The Miami Dolphins recently announced a new social justice-themed scholarship that will cover four years of tuition for one student, along with a “social justice grant program.”

In a Thursday press release, the team said it would be putting aside funds for a “Project Change Scholarship” for incoming college freshmen, which will select one recipient annually and pay for their college tuition over a four-year period.

According to the release, The Dolphins are looking for students in the Miami area who have maintained a 3.0 GPA and completed at least 40 hours of community service in social justice programs per semester in high school, requiring applicants to write an essay on how the scholarship will help them effect “change” in the community.

“What social justice change do you want to see in your community and how will this scholarship help you achieve that change?” the application prompts, specifying a February 28 deadline for submission.

Funding for both the scholarship and the “Social Justice Grant Program” is supplied by the Dolphins’ “Social Justice Fund,” which is “a yearly fund for advocacy and social justice programs created by Miami Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross and Miami Dolphins players.”