Running backs’ coach Pierre Ingram (left) of the Louisiana Tech University staff observes a youngster running through a drill at the Bulldogs’ annual summer instructional camp held this week at Joe Aillet Stadium.
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Maybe Louisiana Tech University has gotten its “bad” game out of the way.
After scoring more than 50 points in six of their first seven games, the No. 22 ranked Bulldogs produced “only” 28 points in a 28-14 victory over New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, N.M., this past weekend.
That’s only half of the number of points that Tech totalled in each of the first two games of the season.
The way the Bulldogs have been wrecking defenses, such a performance would almost prompt mutiny by Tech fans.