Michale Kyser, Raheem Appleby and Kenneth Smith will play in front of their home fans one more time in the Thomas Assembly Center when they take on Southern Miss on Thursday night at 7 p.m. in the regular season finale.
Louisiana Tech made it a three-peat on Saturday night by clinching at least a share of the Conference USA regular season title and winning its 28th consecutive game in the Thomas Assembly Center by outlasting UTSA, 76-66, in front of 5,238 fans.
Home court advantage has played a huge part in Louisiana Tech's success the past few years and they hope it continues on Saturday night as the Bulldogs play host to UTSA at 6 p.m. inside the Thomas Assembly Center.
Louisiana Tech has accomplished a lot of things this season, but the one thing they had not done was have any wire-to-wire wins.
First place is on the line in Conference USA as Louisiana Tech and UTEP will battle it out inside the Thomas Assembly Center in a nationally televised game on FS1.
Due to inclement weather in the area and concern for the safety of talent and staff, tonight's Bank of Ruston Inside Tech Basketball radio show at Scott's Catfish has been canceled.
Louisiana Tech dug itself an 11-point hole to begin the game and never could recover as Old Dominion held the Bulldogs to a season low in points and got 27 points from Trey Freeman in downing the Bulldogs, 72-53, on Saturday evening in front of 8,019 fans inside the Ted Constant Convocation Center.
Louisiana Tech finishes up its regular season road schedule on Saturday, Feb. 21 when they play at Old Dominion at 2 p.m. CT in the Ted Constant Convocation Center.