Coming off a win in the waning minutes at Texas-San Antonio, Louisiana Tech hopes to continue momentum as they play at SEC-foe Mississippi State.
“It is great to win, especially in a conference game on the road where you had to play for 60 minutes and kick a game-winning field goal,” said Tech coach Skip Holtz of his team’s win at UTSA. “I thought there were an awful lot of positives in this game. There were a lot of things to build on.
GRAMBLING — Twelve of Grambling sports figures whom aided to the university’s rich sports legacy will be recognized for their past contributions as they will be inducted in to the fourth-annual Grambling Legends Sports Hall of Fame.
The enshrinement ceremonies are set for 6 p.m., Saturday at the Frederick C. Hobdy Assembly Center, while a reception will kick off the big weekend on Friday at 6 p.m. at the Eddie G. Robinson Museum.
Standing at 2-3 on the season, with two of the losses to Top 5 teams Auburn and Oklahoma, one might think Louisiana Tech University head football coach Skip Holtz might be content with his team’s progress.
But the home loss on the game’s final play to Northwestern State two games ago still stings, even though Holtz is determined to put that one in the past and lead his Bulldogs onward.