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Docuseries examines Minneapolis high school football team coached by current, former police officers

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Showtime is set to air the final chapter of its four-part series called “Boys in Blue,” a docuseries that chronicles a north Minneapolis high school football team that is partly coached by several current and former police officers. NBC News’ Joe Fryer explains why the documentary series is as timely as ever.