Team finishes season 0-27: The men’s basketball team for Grambling State, a college in Louisiana, didn’t win a single game this season.
A men’s college basketball team went 0-27 during the 2012-2013 season after suffering a final loss over the weekend, making history for potentially posting worst college basketball season ever.
Grambling State lost Saturday night against Alabama State 74-62, and posted no wins on the season, losing each game by at least 10 points, according to Sports Illustrated.
Peter Roberson, who plays for the Tigers, said that he was proud of the effort in their final game.
“It felt good to play like that in our last home game,” Roberson told The Town Talk. “I’ve been here three years, and the NCAA probation and APR problems have been tough, but we’re improving. (The team) talked last night, and everybody had both feet in the circle. These will be my brothers for life.”
This season, Grambling State is looking to be last in every ranking system, including RPI, KenPom, BPI, and Sagarin. No. 347, according to CBS Sports.
However, hope is not lost for the Tigers, as they can still make the NCAA tournament by winning the conference tournament that starts March 12.
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