Grambling State puts on show at halftime of game vs. Arizona

Sep 12, 2016, 10:46 AM | Updated: 12:26 pm

The Arizona Wildcats won their Saturday night matchup with Grambling State 31-21, and while it’s always nice to get a win, it’s doubtful anyone who is a UA fan is excited about that game.

Grambling State, an FCS school, is known more for its amazing band than its football team, and the fact that the Wildcats were down 21-3 at halftime was, in a word, disturbing.

However, while Wildcats fans were probably not all that entertained through the game’s first 30 minutes, they certainly were during the intermission as Grambling State’s famous marching band put on a show for the Tucson crowd.


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