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Grambling State Tigers
Grambling Tigers
School Name: Grambling State University
Location: Grambling, Louisiana
Arena: Fredrick C. Hobdy Assembly Center
Capacity: 7,500
Conference: SWAC
Head coach: Bobby Washington


Grambling State University is a public, coeducational university, which is among the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in the United States. Located in Grambling, Louisiana, Grambling State was founded in 1901.

The school became Grambling College in 1946 named after a white sawmill owner, P.G. Grambling, who donated a parcel of land for the school to be constructed. Grambling gained university status in 1974.

The university has distinction of being one of the top U.S. producers of African American graduates, to being the home of legendary football coach Eddie Robinson and its internationally renowned Tiger Marching Band.

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