Jackson State Suing Grambling for Lost Revenue
Nolan Thomas | 10/23/13 | 4:59 PM EDT 0 Comments
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Not much for the taking.


With Grambling forfeiting last weekends game because the players refused to travel, Jackson State is suing the school because it was their homecoming weekend and the school lost millions of dollars of revenue from the game and other various programs scheduled for returning alumni.
 
Jackson State had a scrimmage instead of the game and there was hardly anyone in the stands.
 
While it might sound like a good idea, it would be hard to say what Jackson State might get in a suit as Grambling’s football program is millions of dollars in debt and it looks as if it is only going to get worse before it gets better.
 
One of the many reasons the players refused to travel in the first place was because they had to bus to the game instead of fly and did not want to be on a bus for hours on end.  
 
In this Article: JACKSON STATE | GRAMBLING | NCAA FOOTBALL

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