The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs football team is one of the rapidly growing brands in college football. The Bulldogs first fielded a football team in 1901 and have won over 570 games since. To go along with the massive amounts of wins, La Tech has also won an unprecedented 25 conference titles, played in half a dozen bowl games, and 3 national titles (Division II). The school in Ruston has produced a large amount of college and NFL great players including Terry Bradshaw, Fred Dean, Willie Roaf, Troy Edwards, Colby Cameron, and Ryan Allen. At the south end of Aillet Stadium sits the Spirit of ’88 Bulldog Statue which represents the team that paved the way for La Tech to move into Division 1-A (FBS). Before the game many of the players walk over and touch the statue for good luck. On gamedays Ruston erupts into a city of energy and passion as Bulldogs fans from all over pilgrimage to Joe Aillet Stadium to support the team. As La Tech has moved up the divisions in college football one thing has been consistent, a very passionate fan base, and an affinity for success. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Louisiana Tech Bulldogs football tickets.
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Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Football at Joe Aillet Stadium Address: 1450 West Alabama Avenue Ruston, Louisiana, 71272
The Louisiana Tech University Bulldogs play their home games at Joe Aillet Stadium in Ruston, Louisiana. Joe Aillet Stadium has been home to the Bulldogs since 1968 and can seat over 30,000 fans. The stadium is named after the longtime Louisiana Tech head coach Joe Aillet and represents a standard of excellence expected by the La Tech faithful. The first game played in the stadium, hall of famer Terry Bradshaw led the Bulldogs to a victory over East Carolina. On the sidelines the iconic Bulldog mascot “Tech” roams around and inspires fans and players. A silence emerges over the stadium for the ringing of the Fire Bell, which calls the Bulldogs to battle. The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs home bench is on the Joe Aillet Stadium sideline with sections A-I. Joe Aillet Stadium parking information is covered in our Bulldogs event guide.
LA Tech vs. Southern Miss
Known as the Rivalry in Dixie, this matchup is one of the biggest games in C-USA. The two schools first met in 1935, and have played over 40 times since. This rivalry was originally a conference matchup in the SIAA Conference. With the Bulldogs moving to C-USA, it will have been contested in 3 different conferences, and as a non-conference game. It is not often that rivalry games survive so much change, but this game is special to both schools, with traditions that are only sure to grow in C-USA.
LA Tech vs. Fresno State
The rivalry is known as the Battle for the Bone in reference to the common Bulldog mascot of both schools. First played in 2001, this matchup has been played over 10 times in the short period since, with many of the games being decided by 10 points or less. For over a decade this matchup was one of the best in the WAC, but with both schools leaving the conference the future of the game is in doubt.