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  1. A big reason why Louisiana Tech is favored in most of its games is courtesy of the amount of production the Bulldogs return on the offensive side of the ball. The high potential upside for this team comes on offense considering their stability on the line mixed with their depth, talent, and experience at each skill position. Although they ranked No. 111 nationally in total offense last season, the Bulldogs return their top players at each skill position and six offensive linemen with starting experience. They are led by fifth-year quarterback J’Mar Smith and their 1,000-plus-yard wide receiver Adrian Hardy. read more: https://www.burntorangenation.com/2019/5/26/18626761/louisiana-tech-bulldogs-football-post-spring-preview-texas-longhorns-2019
  2. For those of you not making the trek to Ruston, I'd like to offer up an alternate solution: NORTH TEXAS VS. LOUISIANA TECH WATCHING PARTY Fuzzy's Taco Shop - 790 W. Exchange Pkwy - Allen, TX 75013 We'll stream the game onto the big screen behind the bar. Game audio will be broadcast throughout the entire restaurant. Pick up free UNT schwag like sunglasses, football stress relievers, car emblems, sports bottles, etc. Enter the drawing for UNT beer glasses, t-shirts, chrome car emblems, pennants, etc. Kickoff is at 2:30 pm, 11/4. I hope to see you there! #HIT6
  3. The mention starts at 4.28. https://bleedtechblue.podbean.com/e/season-10-episode-7/ Here's what was said... "North Texas, goes into Harrisburg, defeats Southern Miss. I'm not really sure what this says. Obviously, North Texas is better than they were a year ago. They barely squeak out a victory over LA Tech's opponent this week, UAB, last week. And then they go into Harrisburg after trailing at the half, and really dominate Southern Miss 26 to 7 in the second half. The piled up over 500 yards of total offense. So that was an interesting game to me..."
  4. Louisiana Tech leading scorer Raheem Appleby out 6-8 weeks with a severe ankle sprain. Significant blow to a potential NCAA tourney squad. — Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) January 15, 2014
  5. FINALLY got confirmation that we will be able to get the broadcast out here. So we're meeting at Zipp's Sports Grill at Ray & McClintock in Chandler, for anyone who will be in Arizona on Saturday. Sorry for the late notice, but I literally got the news at lunch time today that we would be able to view the game.
  6. It was a banner season with three notable caveats. For one, the year did not include a Western Athletic Conference title, Louisiana Tech's primary goal heading into 2012. Two: The year ended without a postseason bid, amazingly enough, despite the Bulldogs' nine-win finish and flawless offensive credentials. Finally, and most of all, the offseason began without coach Sonny Dykes, who led Tech for three years before accepting a job as Jeff Tedford's replacement at California in early December. So was 2012 truly a successful season for Louisiana Tech? Nine wins was the barometer for success; the Bulldogs won nine games. The offense was expected to be superb; the offense was predictably superb, without fail. The Bulldogs were expected to beat at least one automatic-qualifying opponent in September; they beat two, Virginia and Illinois. And yet there are those three negatives. Successful? I'd say so, given that Tech matched most of its preseason expectations. But this team could have done much more, so much more, only to cost itself a potential Bowl Championship Series bid – if not merely a postseason bid – by botching WAC games against Utah State and San Jose State in November. A successful year, I suppose, though Tech left wins on the field. GAME(S) TO WATCH — Rice: I don't think any West Division team can hang with Tulsa, the prohibitive preseason favorite. Whether the Bulldogs can secure second place in the division likely hinges on a date with Rice, another West team with bowl aspirations. Whether Tech can reach bowl eligibility depends on its success against the weaker teams on this schedule; the Bulldogs can't afford a slipup against FIU, UTEP, North Texas or UTSA. The non-conference schedule is much easier than a year ago, though a loss seems likely against N.C. State in the opener. A 3-1 mark in non-conference play – which would mean a win at Kansas – would leave Tech in the position to win eight games during the regular season. Read more: http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/2013/07/05/louisiana-tech-college-football-countdown-2013-preview/2491615/
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