If you were sitting at home watching college football the night of Oct. 13, 2012, chances are you were alerted to what was happening in Shreveport. Scrappy Louisiana Tech was going toe-to-toe with big, bad Texas A&M of the Southeastern Conference in what arguably was the most exciting game of the season. The Aggies won, 59-57, and the teams combined for 1,293 yards and 64 first downs.
The Bulldog offense regularly put up pinball-like numbers in a nine-win season, but all that might change this fall. Sonny Dykes accepted the job at California and Skip Holtz, who was fired by South Florida after three seasons, takes over. Holtz promises to keep the offense humming, but with quarterback Colby Cameron gone and only seven starters returning overall, it will be a challenging task.
Thanks to Courtney.