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.
Louisiana Tech fans eager to meet the newest members of the Bulldog football program will have multiple ways to see the program's signees as the National Letters of Intent come rolling in with exclusive content on LATechSports.com and the program's Twitter account, @LATechFB.
Louisiana Tech will host six home games in the newly expanded Joe Aillet Stadium as Conference USA officials released the 2015 league schedule Monday.
Ryan Allen doesn't seem to have the patience to allow for the idiom "The third time's the charm" to take hold. For Allen, waiting for the second time is long enough.
Louisiana Tech will be represented on the field at Super Bowl XLIX Sunday when New England trots out former Bulldog punter Ryan Allen.
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 come in.
Louisiana Tech head football coach Skip Holtz announced Thursday that Rick Petri has joined the staff as the team's defensive line coach. He joins the LA Tech Family after holding the same position at Duke the last four years.