One Louisiana Tech player has tested positive for COVID-19 and has been told to self-quarantine.
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The resurgent UAB Blazers and coach Bill Clark lead the way in Conference USA's West division.
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Bob Diaco's Louisiana Tech defense made quite the impression in last week's bowl shutout of Miami.
J'Mar Smith threw a touchdown pass and had a late scoring run to help Louisiana Tech beat Miami 14-0 on Thursday night in the only shutout in the Independence Bowl’s 44-game history.
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J'Mar Smith passed for 331 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score as Louisiana Tech closed the regular season with a 41-27 win over UTSA on Saturday night.
Dylan Hopkins passed for 185 yards and rushed for 35, the UAB defense forced a late four-and-out and the Blazers beat Louisiana Tech 20-14 on Saturday for their 18th straight win at home.
Isaiah Green and Brenden Knox accounted for two touchdowns apiece and Marshall handed Louisiana Tech its first Conference USA loss 31-10 on Friday night.
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J'Mar Smith passed for 263 yards, a touchdown and an interception on Saturday, and Louisiana Tech stay undefeated in Conference USA play with a 52-17 rout of North Texas.
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J'Mar Smith threw three touchdown passes, Justin Henderson ran for two scores and Louisiana Tech rolled to a 42-21 victory over UTEP on Saturday night to remain undefeated atop the Conference USA standings.
J'Mar Smith threw three touchdown passes and Justin Henderson ran for three first-quarter touchdowns to power Louisiana Tech to a 69-21 victory over Massachusetts on Saturday night.