Grambling State football in turmoil over athletic conditions

Hallman, Charles
October 2013
Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder;10/24/2013, Vol. 80 Issue 13, p10
The article focuses on the views of Naquan Smith, a football player of Grambling State University in Louisiana, stating that the unsanitary conditions of the athletic complex have badly affected the health of players and also mentions that the players want the firing of coach Doug Williams.


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