Fact: Capital News Service, working from a list on the NFL team's website and a 1991 USA Today survey, contacted all the high schools that purportedly use that nickname. They found 62 high schools in the nation still using that nickname, 40 percent of which are seeing efforts to change it. One of those school boards has already voted to drop the name and seven others will soon join the 28 high schools that have done so in the last 25 years. Only three of the high schools are majority American Indian, one of which is only 57 percent. And even this is not diapositive. Some African-American men call one another the N-word, but does this make it an acceptable NFL nickname?