BATON ROUGE, La. — Jackson State says financial losses for the university and the city of Jackson, Miss., "could be in the millions" because of Grambling's decision to forfeit Saturday's football game after its players refused to play.

BATON ROUGE, La. — Jackson State says financial losses for the university and the city of Jackson, Miss., "could be in the millions" because of Grambling's decision to forfeit Saturday's football game after its players refused to play.

Grambling's players staged a boycott because they said they had many issues with university leaders, including the school's rundown facilities, long bus trips to road games and personnel decisions.

Eric Stringfellow, Jackson State's director of university communications, said in a Tuesday night message on the school's website that JSU "plans to pursue litigation against Grambling State and others."

The game was Jackson State's homecoming, which routinely draws at least 20,000 fans.