Terry Bradshaw expressed strong opinions earlier this week about Louisiana Tech University needing to avoid joining up in the future with the Sun Belt Conference, which has reportedly been placing Tech high on its list of candidates for future expansion.
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One name is familiar to Louisiana Tech University football fans, another maybe not so much.
But both Frank Scelfo and David Gibbs could possibly be upcoming hires to the staff being formed by new Head Coach Skip Holtz Jr., according to sources close to the Bulldogs’ program.
Scelfo is reportedly the leading candidate to be chosen as the offensive coordinator and Gibbs is scheduled to be added on to the defensive side of the Conference USA-bound team’s staff.
Louisiana-Lafayette and LSU had a combined 19 players selected to the first and second teams of the 2014 All-Louisiana College Baseball Team selected by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.
The two schools also had four of five special awards announced by the LSWA.
Louisiana-Lafayette led the way with 10 players named to the first and second teams, as well as picking up two of the five special awards given each year. The Cajuns ended the season with an overall record of 58-10 and reached the NCAA Super Regionals before falling to Ole Miss in a best-of-three series in Lafayette.
Ruston High’s softball team got winning efforts on the mound from Margueaux Smith and a balanced offense to take wins of 11-0 over Eunice and 8-6 over St. Joseph at the Sulphur High tournament.
Leading the offensive attack for the Lady Bearcats (6-9, 0-2 District 2-5A) against Eunice were Kendall Smith with three runs batted in, a single and two runs scored and two hits, two RBIs and two runs scored by Ashley Webb.