Louisiana Tech begins what many consider to be the toughest opening schedule in the country as it opens the season at No. 4/3 Oklahoma with a 6 p.m. kickoff that will be televised on a pay-per-view basis.
LA Tech Athletics and LA Tech Sports Properties announced expanded watch party events for Bulldog Football games this fall with locations in Bossier City, Ruston and Shreveport.
At Scottsdale Community College Cody Sokol broke the passing records originally set by LA Tech Legend Tim Rattay. On Monday, Sokol was given the chance to do it all over again as he was named the starting quarterback for the Bulldogs.
LA Tech Athletics, LA Tech Sports Properties and Cox Communications announced Monday that CST will be airing Hill Oil's Inside Bulldog Football on all 60 of its Louisiana Cox Sports Television (CST) affiliate stations this fall.
Louisiana Tech head coach Skip Holtz and select assistant coaches and student-athletes met with the media Monday to preview this week's season-opening game at No. 4/3 Oklahoma.
The first edition of Hill Oil's Inside Bulldog Football with Skip Holtz for 2014 will air live Monday at the Dawg House Sports Grill in Ruston with this year's start time set for 6 p.m.
Louisiana Tech's secondary continued to show that it has a chance to be a force to be reckoned with this season as the Bulldogs wrapped up fall camp with a scrimmage at Joe Aillet Stadium Friday afternoon.
Following a summer hiatus, Conference USA resumes its innovative syndicated radio programming this week. The Conference USA Station's Group consists of 17 initial stations for the 2014-15 athletic year, while other stations will likely join during the season. All programs will also be available for direct listener download through the ...