LA Tech has won two of the last three West Division titles
Both Dugas and Ferguson have been named to national preseason watch lists
Dugas is the third Bulldog to receive a preseason watch list honor this summer
LA Tech defeated No. 25-ranked Navy, 48-45, to win the 2016 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl
QB Ryan Higgins was voted the Louisiana Offensive Player of the Year
2015 Conference USA All-Freshman Team
2015: Saw action in all 13 games, including 12 starts at left guard ... Made his first career appearance against Southern (9/5) ... Made his first career start as a Bulldog at WKU (9/10).
High School: A three-star rated recruit that ranked third in Louisiana among offensive linemen and 31st in the state among all players while also ranked 106th nationally among offensive linemen … Expected to graduate from Northside High School in 2015 … Lettered in football, track and wrestling … Won a state championship in wrestling … Coached by Trey Fauk.
Personal: O’Shea Deon Dugas … Son of Kirk and Eva Walker … Born on Sept. 22, 1996 in Lafayette, Louisiana … Chose Louisiana Tech over Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, Memphis, Nevada, Southern Miss and Tulane … Recruited by Blake Baker.
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