Bulldogs score with 11 seconds remaining for win
Hall of Fame coach Lou Holtz speaks to team following scrimmage
Bulldogs practice for two hours Monday afternoon
Houston Bates named MVP
Louisiana Tech defeated Illinois, 35-18, to claim the Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl trophy
2014: Recorded 294 rushing yards and four touchdowns on 83 carries on the year with 15 yards receiving on two catches ... Ran for 27 yards on 10 carries and a touchdown at Louisiana-Lafayette (9/6) in his first career appearance ... Recorded 11 rushing yards on four carries at North Texas (9/11) ... Ran for 41 yards on nine carries including a 36-yard run at No. 5/5 Auburn (9/27) ... Ran for 44 yards and a touchdown against UTEP (10/4) ... Ran four times for nine yards against UTSA (10/18) ... Ran for six yards on four carries and caught a pass for six yards in LA Tech’s 59-10 win over Western Kentucky (11/1) ... Ran for 37 yards on 16 carries at UAB (11/8) ... Ran the ball once for four yards at Old Dominion (11/22) ... Ran for 88 yards on seven carries, while also scoring a 58-yard rushing touchdown against Rice (11/29) ... Rushed for 12 yards on 11 carries, while also catching one pass for nine yards in his first career start at Marshall in the C-USA Championship Game (12/6) ... Ran for 16 yards and a touchdown on five carries against Illinois (12/26) in the Zaxby’s Heart of Dallas Bowl.
High School: Graduated from Haughton High School in 2014 ... Lettered in football ... Received first team all-district and first team all-Bossier Parish honors ... Ran for over 2,200 yards ... Coached by Rodney Guin.
Personal: Jarred Travez Craft ... Son of Gregory and Lisa Craft ... Born on Aug. 21, 1995 in Bossier City, La. ... Has four siblings: Jeremy, Jordan, Jalisa and has a twin brother, Jarrod ... Chose Louisiana Tech over ULM and ULL ... Recruited by Stan Eggen.