With repetition comes improvement, experience and confidence. That is what Louisiana Tech's receiving corps is focusing on this spring and continued working on as the Bulldogs practiced for two hours on the Tech Practice Fields Monday afternoon in Ruston.
To date this spring, Louisiana Tech head coach Skip Holtz has been challenging his team to stay humble, stay hungry and always keep working. That has been the message delivered to the team throughout spring practice including in the two-hour practice session at Joe Aillet Stadium Wednesday afternoon.
Louisiana Tech took advantage of the warm, sunny weather in the Ruston area Monday afternoon with a two-hour practice session at Joe Aillet Stadium.
Louisiana Tech hosted its annual Pro Day Thursday afternoon at Joe Aillet Stadium with scouts from 10 National Football League organizations present.
As Louisiana Tech's football team wore pads Monday for the first time this spring, the coaching staff was preaching more than more than just hits. The theme of Monday's session - and likely a theme that will be common throughout the team's 15 practices this spring - will be toughness.
Under grey skies and intermittent showers, Louisiana Tech opened spring football drills Friday afternoon at Joe Aillet Stadium as head coach Skip Holtz and Co. conducted a two-hour practice.
Louisiana Tech head football coach Skip Holtz completed his 2015 coaching staff Friday by naming Karl Scott as the program's new safeties coach.
Louisiana Tech head football coach Skip Holtz announced the signing of 21 student-athletes to National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, wrapping up a successful day in which 23 student-athletes announced they would be joining the Bulldog football program.