Change is never easy for a football player. Change opens the door for new struggles and challenges, but also new successes. For one Louisiana Tech linebacker, change has become something he is accustomed too and has embraced.
Louisiana Tech head coach Skip Holtz and select student-athletes met with the media Monday as they previewed the team's upcoming game against UTEP.
Louisiana Tech committed two costly turnovers that spotted No. 5/5 Auburn 14 points and the Bulldogs could not overcome the early miscues in a 45-17 loss at No. 5/5 Auburn Saturday afternoon in front of 87,451 at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Louisiana Tech will become the first team in the country to play two top-five ranked opponents when the Bulldogs kickoff at No. 5 Auburn Saturday at 3 p.m. CT at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama.
In today's society, hard work is a key component to success. In the world of sports, everyone shares this ideal. Tony Johnson, a senior linebacker, attributes hard work and doing his job as the reasons he has come as far as he has.
On the surface, Mitch Villemez is the poster boy for the linebacker position. The type of disciplined aggression the position requires has been evident in both his performance and appearance on the field for Louisiana Tech ever since he arrived in 2013.
Louisiana Tech head coach Skip Holtz and select student-athletes met with the media Monday as they previewed the team's upcoming game at No. 5 Auburn.
Louisiana Tech committed five turnovers, including three in the fourth quarter, and Northwestern State capitalized each time, including Chris Moore's 47-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Demons to a 30-27 upset win over the Bulldogs before 26,004 fans at Joe Aillet Stadium Saturday night.