The SWAC office has confirmed reports that the October 20th matchup between Jackson State and Grambling will be televised live on ESPN Classic from Jackson, MS.  The game which was originally scheduled for a 6pm start has been moved up to begin at 12:00 noon local time (1pm ET).

Kenn Rashad
Founding Editor & Publisher of HBCU Sports and a graduate of Grambling State University.

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  1. Great! I’m still gonna make the game God willing. Might just treat my two sons and grandson to a road trip to Jackson. Looking forward to a big turnout to see those Grambling Tigers. Once we take over the stadium the REAL Tigers take over the field…Again!

  2. Mike Biggs, JSU will totally embarass Grambling on national television. You forget that we have some unfinished business with you all, dating back to last year.

  3. JayRob be careful what you wish for. Grambling aint playing and if you thought last year was bad, just wait.

  4. Its going to be a good game between Grambling and JSU, but you are crazy to think that grambling is going to come to Jacktown and take over any field. Once the smoke clears, grambling is going to be in for a rude awakening!!JSU Lets Go!

  5. Love those tigers.Will be in Jackson,Ms.We are on the move.We have A great coaching staff.Thanks coach Spears for the fine players that you left us with.Coach Rod was God sent.

  6. “G-Men” who??????
    The only True Tigers are BLUE!! You betta’ savor your past victories cause J-STATE is taking no prisoners and will run through the rest of the SWAC.

    “It’s All About the J-Babee”

  7. Yes I think it will be a good game Between JSU and GSU. Just remember That even though we lost last year GSU fans treated us with class on there home feild, so when we beat them in Jackson this year show them that we also have class to!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. It’s going to be pay back time October 20, 2007. Not only are we going to beat Grambling, we should make them park on Lynch street and walk to the stadium. Last year’s parking was awful; it took 10-15 minutes to walk from the dirt road they directed us to.

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