Louisiana Tech held Memphis’ star player to just eight points, but a Tigers team who came in shooting just 24 percent from beyond the arc made 10 three-pointers to down the Bulldogs, 94-68, on Tuesday night inside the FedEx Forum.
Louisiana Tech will wrap up its participation in the 2015 Basketball Hall of Fame Invitational on Tuesday night when they travel to take on Memphis at 8 p.m. inside FedEx Forum.
On an off-shooting night, Louisiana Tech had to turn to its defense to try to remain undefeated and that is exactly what it did.
After playing on the road the past two games, Louisiana Tech returns home on Friday night to take on North Carolina Central at 6:30 p.m. inside the Thomas Assembly Center.
Louisiana Tech head coach Eric Konkol turned 39 years old on Tuesday night. He got a nice present in the form of a road win as the Bulldogs went into Columbus and upset Ohio State, 82-74, in front of 11,572 Buckeye fans inside the Value City Arena.
After making its shortest road trip of the season, Louisiana Tech will now make one of its longest as they travel to take on Big Ten foe Ohio State on Tuesday night inside Value City Arena at 7 p.m. CT as part of the 2015 Basketball Hall of Fame Invitational.
With the return of three players to put Louisiana Tech at almost full strength, the Bulldogs had their first road test and passed by blowing past crosstown foe Grambling State, 86-67, Saturday night inside the Fredrick C. Hobdy Assembly Center.
Louisiana Tech continues its participation in the 2015 Basketball Hall of Fame Invitational as it makes the easiest road trip of the season, by far, down I-20 (or West Alabama Avenue if one desires) to take on Grambling State on Saturday night at 7 p.m. in the Fredrick C. Hobdy Assembly Center.