Grambling High’s Brauhnye Turner leaped for 14 rebounds and blocked two blocked shots in a 68-54 Class 1A regional round Louisiana High School Athletic Association playoff win over Delhi on Tuesday night.
And then there was one.
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If you were wondering if Louisiana Tech University’s point-crunching offense could reach even more uncharted territory, the answer was supplied at Joe Aillet Stadium on Saturday night.
Entering the game, the Bulldogs (6-1, 1-0) ranked No. 1 in the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision for scoring with a 53.8 average.
Tech surpassed that number in the first half in its Western Athletic Conference opener against the University of Idaho.
HATTIESBURG, Miss. — With Louisiana Tech still in the hunt for its first series victory of the 2014 season, the Bulldogs face a tall task this weekend when they travel to take on Conference USA foe Southern Miss in a three-game series beginning at 6 p.m. today at Pete Taylor Park.
Southern Miss (21-17, 10-5 C-USA) has won all five of its conference series played this season, as the Golden Eagles enter the weekend tied for second with UAB and UTSA in the most recent C-USA standings.