Louisiana Tech overcame an early UL-Lafayette touchdown, reeling off 36 straight points and dominating the Ragin Cajuns for the second straight year, this time by the score of 43-14 before 26,910 fans at Joe Aillet Stadium Saturday night.
Louisiana Tech looks to repeat its performance from a year ago when in-state foe UL-Lafayette travels to Ruston for the program’s “LOYAL BLUE OUT” Saturday at 6 p.m. at Joe Aillet Stadium.
Fans headed to Ruston this fall for any of Louisiana Tech’s six home games are advised of updated traffic flow patterns and parking availability around Joe Aillet Stadium and the Louisiana Tech University campus.
Louisiana Tech practiced for two hours on a warm Wednesday afternoon, continuing preparations for UL-Lafayette on Saturday. Coming off a hard fought victory over FIU, the Bulldogs have regained focus as they prepare to lineup against their in-state foe.
Louisiana Tech hosts UL-Lafayette on Saturday, Oct. 3 in a non-conference game in Ruston. With it being the first home game in two weeks at Joe Aillet Stadium, fans are reminded of policies for the stadium to help made the gameday experience a positive one for all visitors.
When Bulldog fans watch senior defensive end Vontarrius Dora bring down opposing quarterbacks, most would probably be surprised to find out that football was not the first sport he had his eyes set on.
Louisiana Tech linebacker Beau Fitte was unanimously selected as Louisiana’s Defensive Player of the Week following a career performance against FIU last Saturday.
Louisiana Tech head football coach Skip Holtz and select student-athletes spoke with the media Monday in advance of the team’s upcoming game against UL-Lafayette.