An early look at Grambling’s 2010 football schedule

Mayor Cedric B. Glover and school officials have set an 11 a.m. Tuesday news conference in Shreveport to announce a September meeting between LA Tech and Grambling at Independence Stadium.

This game, a first between the two cross-parish football programs, would make 11 unconfirmed dates for Grambling football in 2010.

UPDATE: Grambling confirmed this schedule with an official announcement on March 4.

Four games would like be held at Robinson Stadium — including Jackson State, in a rematch of the 2007-08 SWAC Championship Games; Alabama State, in the return of former GSU coach Melvin Spears, now the Hornets’ offensive coordinator; Alcorn State; and Concordia College, the NAIA program that Grambling last played in 2005.

Road games would include Alabama A&M and Mississippi Valley State. Neutral site games remain with Prairie View A&M, Arkansas-Pine Bluff and Southern.

Here’s an unconfirmed take on the upcoming schedule; Grambling has made no official announcement.

Sept. 4: Louisiana Tech, at Independence Stadium in Shreveport.
Sept. 18: Jackson State, at Robinson Stadium in Grambling.
Sept. 25: Prairie View A&M, at Cotton Bowl in Dallas.
Oct. 2: Alabama A&M, at Louis Crews Stadium in Normal, Ala.
Oct. 9: Alabama State, at Robinson Stadium in Grambling.
Oct. 16: Alcorn State, at Robinson Stadium in Grambling.
Oct. 23: Mississippi Valley State, at Rice-Totten Stadium, Itta Bena, Miss.
Oct. 30: Arkansas-Pine Bluff, at War Veterans Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, Ark.
Nov. 6: Concordia College, at Robinson Stadium in Grambling.
Nov. 13: Texas Southern, in Houston.
Nov. 27: Southern, at Superdome in New Orleans.

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