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Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs and Lady Techsters (commonly abbreviated La Tech and Dawgs) refer to the sports teams of Louisiana Tech University, in Ruston, Louisiana. The teams compete in Division I of NCAA sports. Since 2013, La Tech has been a member of Conference USA (C-USA). La Tech adopted Bulldogs as its nickname in 1900, the first of the four FBS Bulldogs to do so. (Georgia followed in 1920, Fresno State in 1921, and Mississippi State in 1961.)
La Tech's football team is currently coached by Skip Holtz and plays their home games at Joe Aillet Stadium with a capacity of 30,600. With a program dating to 1901, Tech would notch its first victory after a 6-0 win against LSU in 1904. Following the 2012 season, the Bulldogs have complied an all-time record of 571 wins, 430 losses, and 37 ties; won the 2001 and 2011 WAC championships and three Division II National Championships in 1972, 1973, and 1974. Troy Edwards won the 1998 Fred Biletnikoff Award as the best wide receiver in college football. With the bulldogs' victory over Alabama in 1999, Tech is currently the only non-AQ school to beat an SEC champion in the BCS era. La Tech has played in six Division I bowl games, most recently in the 2011 Poinsettia Bowl. La Tech punter Ryan Allen became the only player to win consecutive Ray Guy Awards by winning the award in 2011 and 2012. Also in 2012, quarterback Colby Cameron won the Sammy Baugh Trophy. La Tech's rivalry games include Rivalry in Dixie with Southern Miss. Notable football alumni include Terry Bradshaw, Willie Roaf, Fred Dean, Matt Stover, Josh Scobee, Luke McCown, Ryan Moats, and Tramon Williams. Currently led by head coach Michael White, the Tech men's basketball team has enjoyed off-and-on success over the years. With a history stretching back to 1925, the Bulldogs have had 18 20-win seasons, won 19 conference championships, made six NCAA appearances and six NIT appearances.