Grambling went 0-28 under first year coach Joseph Price last year, and it hasn't been much better this year, as the Tigers have started out 0-4. However, as Ken Pomeroy notes, Grambling has led in all four of its games this season.
Tonight is a big one for Grambling, as they host 1-7 Central Baptist. Whoops, that's 1-7 in NAIA Central Baptist. The streak probably ends tonight. And if it doesn't, they have a home game against Lyon, a 2-7 team also competing in NAIA.
But the more pressing question is when will Grambling win a Division 1 contest?no comments