For three Louisiana Tech Bulldogs looking to play on the professional level, the job interviews will continue soon in Indianapolis. Vernon Butler, Kenneth Dixon and Jeff Driskel all have received and accepted invitations to the National Football League’s premier pre-draft event.
Louisiana Tech head football coach Skip Holtz announced Friday that 30-year coaching veteran Todd Fitch is joining the LA Tech Family as offensive coordinator and receivers coach.
Conference USA officials announced the leagues’ 2016 slate as Louisiana Tech will open league play at Middle Tennessee on Sept. 24 and wrap up the season in Rivalry Week with the annual Rivalry in Dixie game at Southern Miss on Nov. 26.
Louisiana Tech head football coach Skip Holtz announced the signing of 16 student-athletes to National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, wrapping up a successful day bringing the program’s 2016 newcomer class to 18.
Louisiana Tech is set to return its live broadcast on National Signing Day available only at LATechSports.com as fans can tune in to watch the National Letters of Intent get announced as they are received.
Louisiana Tech was not only well represented at the Reese’s Senior Bowl in Mobile this week but the Bulldogs were also highlight-worthy. Jeff Driskel threw a Hail Mary touchdown pass, Vernon Butler registered a sack and forced a fumble and Kenneth Dixon put his moves on display in the premier collegiate all-star game Saturday...
A pair of Louisiana Tech defensive standouts stood out in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl as postseason all-star games began action Saturday afternoon. Adairius Barnes and Vontarrius Dora each saw significant action and helped Team National to an 18-17 win over Team American.
Louisiana Tech officials announced Friday the 2016 football non-conference schedule has been completed with the addition of a home game to round out the four-game non-league slate.