Football Forfeit Gives School Financial Fit

Alter, Charlotte
October 2013
Time.com;10/23/2013, p1
The article discusses the economic aspects of Grambling State University's decision to forfeit its football game against Jackson State University (JSU) in October 2013, focusing on claims that JSU and Jackson, Mississippi lost millions of dollars as a result of the homecoming game being forfeited.


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