Scott Pelley of CBS' "60 Minutes" traveled to America Samoa to find out how a territory with a population of 65,000 can send more than 30 players to the NFL and over 200 to Division I-A teams. It is estimated that a boy born to Samoan parents is 56 times more likely to get into the NFL than other kid in America.
Most teams have busted and antiquated equipment, no locker rooms and fields littered with lava rock. Before this past year, kids didn't play the game until high school. Now a youth football program has started.
After the jump are three additional videos. The first features governor Togiola Tulafono showing off the many mementoes in his office from NFL players. The second is an interview with Troy Polamalu and the third showcases the Haka War Dance.