Tech can now focus on A&M
For Louisiana Tech University’s football team, the work is far from done.
Sure, it’s all nice and good that the Bulldogs are now ranked in the Top 25 of the two nationally recognized polls, but there’s still seven games to be played.
And one of those finally shows up on the calendar Saturday when the ’Dogs tangle with Texas A&M in a battle of newly Top 25 ranked tams at Shreveport’s Independence Stadium.
Tech is No. 24 in the USA Today poll and No. 23 in the Associated Press poll, while the Aggies are No. 21 and No. 22, respectively, following victories this past weekend.