The Louisiana Tech/Ouachita Valley Quarterback Club will hold its first meeting of the season Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Catfish Charlie's located on Louisville Avenue in the Office Depot shopping center.
Louisiana Tech head coach Skip Holtz and select student-athletes met with the media Monday to recap last week's game and to preview this weekend's home game against Northwestern State.
With a history dating back to 1907, and a 50-year tradition of meeting every October for the State Fair Classic in Shreveport, tradition radiates around the Northwestern State-Louisiana Tech football series being renewed Saturday in Ruston for the first time in 20 years.
Officials from the Southeastern Conference and Auburn announced Monday that the Louisiana Tech at Auburn football game on Sept. 27 will be televised by the SEC Network and will kick off at 3 p.m. CT.
Louisiana Tech fans will see numerous game-day experience improvements for the upcoming football season when the Bulldogs open up home play Sept. 20 against Northwestern State.
Cody Sokol threw five touchdown passes and Louisiana Tech's offense came alive again as the Bulldogs showed their road grit for the second time in five days by rolling over North Texas, 42-21, in front of 16,998 at Apogee Stadium in Denton Thursday night.
There is no rest for the weary. That phrase strikes close to the heart for Louisiana Tech this week as the Bulldogs prepare to play their third road game in 13 days as LA Tech opens Conference USA play at North Texas Thursday night in a nationally televised game.
Louisiana Tech tailgaters will get a little taste of Bulldog Village this fall when Skip Holtz and Co. kickoff the home portion of the season Sept. 20 against Northwestern State.