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More photos of the Grambling football facilities
Mold, mildew and the generally poor condition of Grambling State’s football facilities caused Tigers players to take the unprecedented step of boycotting the program last week, including Saturday’s game against Jackson State which led to a forfeit.
The SWAC has said that it is working with the players and school officials to improve the situation, and the team ended its nearly week-long boycott and returned to the practice field on Monday.
Grambling State’s student newspaper, The Gramblinite, has shared several photos from the school’s football facilities and weight room on the newspaper’s Twitter account, and we’ve posted some of those below:
Missing and broken ceiling tiles in a bathroom.
Mold and dirt on the walls in a team meeting room.
A tattered weight bench.
For more photos of the Grambling State football facilities, visit @TheGramblinite on on Twitter.