Grambling State University‘s football players are taking a stand.
According to various reports, GSU players walked out of a Tuesday meeting with university President Frank Pogue, interim head coach George Ragsdale, athletics director Aaron James, and student government President Jordan Harvey.
The meeting was set to discuss the firing of Doug Williams and the use of bus transportation to Indianapolis and Kansas City, MO; but the players were obviously not satisfied.
On Wednesday, the entire team skipped practice in a move to air their frustrations with the school and administration, reports FOX Sports.
The Tigers are currently 0-7 this season.
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