MEMPHIS — Louisiana Tech held Memphis’ star player to just eight points, but a Tigers team who came in shooting only 24 percent from beyond the arc made 10 3-pointers to help down the Bulldogs, 94-68, on Tuesday night inside the FedEx Forum.
Tech (5-1) dug itself a first half hole that it could not crawl out of, going down by as much as 25 points due to a 28-6 Memphis (4-2) run which included nine straight made field goals.
GRAMBLING — Grambling State University has more than its fair share of athletic legends, and 11 such athletes will be honored this summer.
The Grambling Legends Sports Hall of Fame (GLSHOF) will induct its 2015 Enshrinement Class on the weekend of July 10-11 at the Fredrick C. Hobdy Assembly Center on the campus of Grambling State University in Grambling.
If one didn’t know better, they might think that the 2012 edition of Louisiana Tech University’s defense plans to create its own identity this fall.
On Saturday morning, at Joe Aillet Stadium, they applied a solid resume for such plans during the Bulldogs’ first spring scrimmage.
Anchored by a tenacious front line, the Tommy Spangler-coordinated “D” sacked the quarterback eight times, hurried the same position twice and registered a head-turning 18 tackles for negative yards in the nearly two-hour event.