Post game comments from Grambling State head football coach Rod Broadway and defensive coordinator Clifford Yoshida after a 31-6 win over Alabama A&M on September 22, 2007 in Grambling, La.

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

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  1. Looks like the new TSPNSports is trying to put ESPN out of the business with the post game coverage. Keep the post game coverage coming!

  2. I agree with Coach Broadway, as long as the players improve throughout the year, Grambling will be very tough to beat.

  3. I also agree with Broadway if our boys continue to show up every game then GRAM will be HARD to BEAT!!!!!

    I like Broadway & Yoshida approach to the game….

  4. I agree…the team played very good on Saturday night but it has to be repeated each week. We 7 more conference games left…included in that mix is 4 teams (PV, JSU, Bama State, and SU) who are still in contention for the championship…plus of those 4 teams there is only one (1) conference loss. We can’t get laxed now!

    Again…let’s not settle for being good, but continue to work to be great!

  5. Got to love the focus that the coaches are providing. Nothing is ever good enough or perfect. Great attitude to have if you want to be great and not just good. Keep up the good work coaching staff.

  6. Those guys have really bought into Broadway’s approach to the game. Very disciplined on defense…especially when you consider no late hits or other foolish penalties.

    In week one, he made a point of mentioning the dropped passes that Clyde had against Alcorn. He said that Clyde has to play better and that he would. I don’t think Clyde dropped a pass all night against A&M (not that he’s dropped many in his career). I was really impressed with his running ability on reverses and quick hitch passes.

  7. It starts at the top, and coach Broadway seems to have the team buying into his concepts. I do think our short yardage play calling needs to be a little less predictable. Overall not much to make a fuss about.

  8. Coach Broadway and his staff brought discipline, organization, focus, hardwork to a goup of talented players. As in the past, this team is not getting the stupid penalties. This coaching staff is great at making adjustment as needed.

  9. Some news to the SWAC office complaince. How can players particapating in SWAC game. That are not enrolled in school. (Tim Reddick a transfer from La. Tech). Check the Stat and enrollment office.

  10. And by the way the school that he plays for and isn’t enrolled In none other then GSU>

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