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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Jackson State swept a pair of Southwestern Athletic Conference road wins over Grambling State Saturday at the Frederick C. Hobdy Assembly Center. A’Torri Shine (shooting ball above) led the G-Men with 18 points and Redmond Brown added 16 as the Grambling men fell 74-63. In women’s action, Grambling head coach Nadine Domond’s (pictured talking to a referee above right) Lady Tigers fell 64-55 to JSU.
Louisiana Tech University Head Coach Wade Simoneaux will join legendary Bulldog broadcaster Dave Nitz for Inside Tech Baseball tonight, presented by Iberiabank at 6 p.m. on the LA Tech Sports Network on ESPN 97.7 FM.
Due to scheduling conflicts, the one-hour show, which originally airs Monday nights, has been moved totonight at 6 p.m. in the ESPN studios. Nitz will be joined Simoneaux, as well as pitching coach and recruiting coordinator Brian Rountree in studio for the weekly show.
Once upon a time, Louisiana Tech’s basketball Bulldogs were consistent winners, capturing numerous conference championships and sending star players like Karl Malone, Randy White and P.J. Brown on to the NBA.
But then the Bulldogs fell on tough times, with a drought of NCAA Tournament appearances dating back to their last trip to the Big Dance in 1991. They captured the 1991 American South Conference championship that season before falling to Wake Forest in first-round action in the NCAA tourney.