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Tigers were own worst enemy in 35-7 loss to Warhawks
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Photo by GLEN LEWIS Grambling State University linebackers Jacarde Carter (54) and Trey Williams (42) apply a big hit on Louisiana-Monroe wide receiver Brent Leonard (18) during Saturday’s game at Malone Stadium. The Warhawks won 35-7.

GRAMBLING — Head Coach Doug Williams is hoping his Grambling State University team got the message in Saturday’s 35-7 loss at the University of Louisiana-Monroe.
The message is this: the Tigers weren’t totally focused and made too many mistakes against the Warhawks.

“All during practice last week, we kept warning the players that they needed to be totally focused and to avoid making little mistakes that could get us whipped,” Williams said. “Unfortunately, that’s what happened too many times in the game. We made too many bone-headed mistakes and didn’t play the way we’re capable of playing. Every time we made a mistake, it seemed as if ULM took advantage of it.”

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