Oct. 8, 2011
- Idaho scored a safety early in the second quarter, the first time a Louisiana Tech opponent has scored a safety on the Bulldogs since 2000 (Kansas State, 9/2/2000).
- Andrew Guillot’s 34-yard reception in the second quarter was a career-long reception for the junior.
- Jay Dudley recorded his first career interception with under five minutes left in the second quarter and returned it 53 yards for a touchdown.
- The combined 15 points scored in the first half is the least number of points scored in the first half of any game in the LA Tech-Idaho series.
- The three interceptions by the Louisiana Tech defense is the most since recording three picks at San Jose State on Nov. 27, 2010.
- The 11 points scored by Idaho are the fewest points allowed by Tech in series history.
- Head coach Sonny Dykes is now 2-0 all-time vs. Idaho.
- Walk-on RB/WR Hunter Lee had a career high 134 rushing yards on 28 carries.
- Ryan Allen averaged 48.0 yards per punt, a career best mark. His previous best was a 47.2 yard average against Hawaii last week.
- Saturday’s game at Idaho marked the eighth straight game Louisiana Tech has faced a senior quarterback.
- The last time Louisiana Tech held an opponent to 11 or fewer yards was in a 24-6 win over Utah State on Oct. 9, 2010.
- The last time Louisiana Tech held a road opponent to 11 or fewer yards was on Nov. 8, 2008 when Tech shutout San Jose State, 21-0.