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This game took place on January 2nd, 2024 between Grambling State and the College of Biblical Studies from Houston, Texas. It took place at Grambling State, and set an all-time record for NCAA Division 1 games...and also a school record.

The College of Biblical Studies is a private college in Houston, Texas that was founded in 1979. They play sports in the National Christian College Athletic Association. They entered the game against Grambling with an 0-5 record, losing to teams like Ozark Christian College, Huston-Tillostson, and Xavier. They were actually coming off their closest game, a 23-point loss to Randall University, heading into their matchup with Grambling.

You can actually watch the entire game broadcast here:

Grambling had broken out to a 34-0 lead before The College of Biblical Studies scored their first points. The halftime score was 82-10, and the overall rebounds were 60 to 19.

In the game, Grambling shot 70 for 119, while The College of Biblical Studies only made 8 of 42 field goal attempts. The College of Biblical Studies' 3-point percentage was just 7.7% for the game.

Grambling is now 6-5 on the season.

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