Jackson State is off to a hot start again this season, and is the only remaining unbeaten team in SWAC play. This weekend's matchup with Grambling State, which has lost 13-straight SWAC games and 17-straight overall, shouldn't do anything to derail that.
But this game just got interesting, with news surfacing yesterday that Grambling's players http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/swac/2013/10/16/grambling-football-boycott-practice/2997601/">boycotted practice a day after they walked out of a team meeting with the school's administration on Tuesday.
Among the gripes players have for administration is mistrust between the team and the coaching staff, and the fact that the team had to bus from Grambling to Indianapolis to receive a 48-0 beat-down from Alcorn State, while the Braves flew in and out for the contest.
Grambling fired coach Doug Williams last month after the team lost their first two games this season by a combined score of 71-19.