GSU halts Panthers
The 40 points was Grambling’s best of the season and 13 more than the past two weeks combined.
“Hopefully, the offense can get better from this point on,” Broadway. “It feels good because we played good. Last we took a step back on offense. This was our best all-round game of the season.”
Grambling (4-2,1-0 SWAC) handed the Panthers (4-1,0-1) their first loss of the season and 21st straight in this series dating back to 1987.