swac.gifCo-Offensive Player of the Week
Clyde Edwards, WR, Grambling State (5-10, 175, Sr., Houston, Texas)

Caught five passes for 102 yards and three touchdowns – became GSU’s career leader for TD receptions with 36 career touchdowns.

Donald Babers, RB, Prairie View A&M (5-9, 170, Soph., Houston, Texas)
25 carries, 215 yards, two touchdown, 8.6 yards per carry.

Defensive Player of the Week
Daniel Brooks, DE, Jackson State (6-4, 240, Sr., Jackson, Tenn.)

Tallied ten tackles (five solo) along with four tackles for loss, and 1.5 sacks.

Newcomer of the Week
Frank Warren, RB, Grambling State (6-0, 185, Fr., Pleasant Grove, Ala.)

Warren finished with 17 carries for 149 yards and a touchdown … averaged 8.8 yards per carry.

Specialist of the Week
Tim Manuel, P/K, Grambling State (5-11, 225, Sr., New Iberia, La.)

Averaged 43 yards on four punts with a long of 54 yards with two inside the 20-yard line; also scored on six PAT kicks and a 29-yard field goal.


  • Jeffrey Jack, Grambling State – six tackles, ½ sack, FF, 1.5 tackles for loss
  • Ronald Brewer, Mississippi Valley State – 25 carries, 70 yards, two touchdowns
  • Jimmy Oliver, Jackson State – 17-of-30 passing, 209 yards
  • Al Donaldson, Alabama A&M – four tackles, two interceptions, two pass breakups
  • Ulysses Banks, Alabama A&M – 25 carries, 132 rushing yards, TD
  • Carlton Rice, Alabama A&M – 11 total tackles
  • Rechard Johnson, Alabama State – 14 total tackles, two quarterback hurries
  • Brandon Landers, Grambling State – 13-of-19, 223 yards, five TDs
  • Michael Anderson, Texas Southern – four receptions, 93 yards, TD
  • Zach East, Prairie View A&M – 12 tackles


  1. Congrats to Clyde Edwards… he had a big day in his final home game for Grambling. A class young man who has represented his family and Grambling well.

  2. Congratulations go out to Clyde Edwards for his many contributions to Grambling State University Football and the SWAC as a whole. Clyde is not only a class guy on the field but he is one of the shining examples of a SWAC STUDENT ATHLETE as he places top priority on his educational goals. Clyde is the type of student athlete that helps in recruiting the type of kids that help our universities to survive and prosper. Thanks Clyde.

  3. “Watch out Gram Tigers we are coming to put a little wrench in your homecoming. TS-TS-TS-TS-U-U-U We know you know!” says DallasCowboyGirl in another thread.
    GS,GS, GS,GS, U, U,U
    We thought YOU knew!

    At the beginning of the game, TSU’s band broke in and started playing while Gram’s band was playing our fight song…. but that’s okay, we tied a knot in that raggedy TSU tiger tail…

  4. Yea..what was up with that? TSU’s awful band marched in late…like they actually were going to do something. Then they played annoying music during the entire game, giving me a headache. They should’ve helped their poor football team. They really should’ve stayed in Houston, but who could blame them for wanting to come to GSU’s homecoming? By the way Tiger fans, have you ever known ANYONE to play GSU for their homecoming? LOL!


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