The Grambling Athletic Department posted its 2011 football schedule late Friday night on GSUTigers.com.   In addition to the traditional 9 SWAC game schedule, a Sept. 10 date with Louisiana-Monroe was included.  A game that was officially announced Friday during a press conference between the two schools.

Financial details regarding the ULM game were also announced. “As the visiting team, Grambling will make just over $300,000 for each game with very few expenses,” stated GSU AD Lin Dawson.

Still unknown is Grambling’s opponent in the season opening Port City Classic game to be played in Shreveport on Sept. 3.

2011 GSU Football Opponents

September

3                      Port City Classic, Shreveport (TBD)

10                    at ULM

17                    at Alabama State University

24                    Alabama A&M University

October

1                      at Prairie View A&M University (State Fair Classic – Dallas)

8                      Open

15                    at Alcorn State University

22                    Mississippi Valley State University

29                    at University of Arkansas – Pine Bluff (Memorial Stadium – Little Rock)

November

5                      at Jackson State University

12                    Texas Southern

19                    Open

26                    Southern (Bayou Classic – New Orleans)



1 COMMENT

  1. well we(J-STATE) finally was given the largest stadium in black college sports in american.they waited until after almost 260 j-state/nfl players made it famous and has started to decay,to give complete ownership to my alma mater.we will have a new 50-60 thousand seat stadium 5-6 yrs.on our campus.thw land has already been aquired.we`ll play ms.state again in 2012, i look for us to get slaughted if we do not hurry up and get former j-state coach to get us back where we use to be,winnging championships every year and sendin players to the NFL.to have the most black elected officals of any state in america for over 40yrs.,we are still getting the end of the stick.we need more young people in office.GOD bless J-STATE and SU,GU,ASU,MVSU,AK.-PB,TSU and AA&M.let`s get together and make the “SWAC” what it use to be,long live hbcu`s.

  2. excuse the misspelling in my last comment,i am getting old and gettng ready for 2011 J-STATE football season.take care SU,J-STATE still love ur.

  3. It don”t take an alumnus to get JSU back on track, it will take money something that most alumnae are not wanting to here. Alumni giving is less than two percent, and you think them good white folk gone allow you all to get a 60k seat stadium on campus, Negro Please. You getting more than old, u getting HIGH!!!! Hell when you all had your own you didn”t treat them right. As for the former football players go, they will spend a thousand dollars on meat and liquor and turn around and call the football office for a spot on the pass list. Now run tell that co@#$%&*er!!!!!!

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