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01/02/18 - (DE) - Jaylon Ferguson, rJr, 6-4, 269
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DL - Jaylon Ferguson, Jr., Louisiana Tech,...Ferguson saw action in 11 games this season while making 10 starts at defensive end on his way to earning first team honors for the second straight season. In 11 games, he has totaled 38 tackles (24 solo, 14 assists), a team-high six sacks for 33 yards and 8.5 tackles for a loss of 40 yards. Ferguson currently ranks third in the nation among active career leaders with 26.5 sacks in his Bulldog career. The redshirt junior also ranks fourth in FBS with an average of 0.72 sacks per game in his career. He leads LA Tech with five quarterback hurries on the season and has also registered two blocked kicks in 2017. - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (K) - Jonathan Barnes, rSr, 5-09, 182
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): K - Jonathan Barnes, Sr., Louisiana Tech,...Louisiana Tech also had 11 players named Conference USA Honorable Mention, including Jarred Craft (RB), Boston Scott (RB), Kam McKnight (WR/TE), Rhashid Bonnette (WR), Joshua Outlaw (OL), Ethan Reed (OL), Jordan Bradford (DL), Deldrick Canty (DE), Russell Farris (LB), Dae'Von Washington (LB) and Jonathan Barnes (K). - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (OLB) - DaeVon Washington, rJr, 5-10, 215
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): LB - Dae'Von Washington, R-Jr., Louisiana Tech,...Louisiana Tech also had 11 players named Conference USA Honorable Mention, including Jarred Craft (RB), Boston Scott (RB), Kam McKnight (WR/TE), Rhashid Bonnette (WR), Joshua Outlaw (OL), Ethan Reed (OL), Jordan Bradford (DL), Deldrick Canty (DE), Russell Farris (LB), Dae'Von Washington (LB) and Jonathan Barnes (K). - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (ILB) - Russell Farris, Sr, 5-11, 232
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): LB - Russell Farris, Sr., Louisiana Tech,...Louisiana Tech also had 11 players named Conference USA Honorable Mention, including Jarred Craft (RB), Boston Scott (RB), Kam McKnight (WR/TE), Rhashid Bonnette (WR), Joshua Outlaw (OL), Ethan Reed (OL), Jordan Bradford (DL), Deldrick Canty (DE), Russell Farris (LB), Dae'Von Washington (LB) and Jonathan Barnes (K). - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (DE) - Deldrick Canty, Sr, 6-1, 274
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): DL - Deldrick, Canty, Sr., Louisiana Tech,...Louisiana Tech also had 11 players named Conference USA Honorable Mention, including Jarred Craft (RB), Boston Scott (RB), Kam McKnight (WR/TE), Rhashid Bonnette (WR), Joshua Outlaw (OL), Ethan Reed (OL), Jordan Bradford (DL), Deldrick Canty (DE), Russell Farris (LB), Dae'Von Washington (LB) and Jonathan Barnes (K). - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (DT) - Jordan Bradford, Jr, 6-2, 280
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): DL - Jordan Bradford, Jr., Louisiana Tech,...Louisiana Tech also had 11 players named Conference USA Honorable Mention, including Jarred Craft (RB), Boston Scott (RB), Kam McKnight (WR/TE), Rhashid Bonnette (WR), Joshua Outlaw (OL), Ethan Reed (OL), Jordan Bradford (DL), Deldrick Canty (DE), Russell Farris (LB), Dae'Von Washington (LB) and Jonathan Barnes (K). - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (WR) - Rashid Bonnette, rSo, 5-11, 170
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): WR - Rashid Bonnette, R-So., Louisiana Tech,...Louisiana Tech also had 11 players named Conference USA Honorable Mention, including Jarred Craft (RB), Boston Scott (RB), Kam McKnight (WR/TE), Rhashid Bonnette (WR), Joshua Outlaw (OL), Ethan Reed (OL), Jordan Bradford (DL), Deldrick Canty (DE), Russell Farris (LB), Dae'Von Washington (LB) and Jonathan Barnes (K). - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (WR) - Kam McKnight, rJr, 6-2, 232
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): TE - Kam McKnight, R-Jr., Louisiana Tech,...Louisiana Tech also had 11 players named Conference USA Honorable Mention, including Jarred Craft (RB), Boston Scott (RB), Kam McKnight (WR/TE), Rhashid Bonnette (WR), Joshua Outlaw (OL), Ethan Reed (OL), Jordan Bradford (DL), Deldrick Canty (DE), Russell Farris (LB), Dae'Von Washington (LB) and Jonathan Barnes (K). - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (OG) - Ethan Reed, rSo, 6-3, 297
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): OL - Ethan Reed, R-So., Louisiana Tech,...Louisiana Tech also had 11 players named Conference USA Honorable Mention, including Jarred Craft (RB), Boston Scott (RB), Kam McKnight (WR/TE), Rhashid Bonnette (WR), Joshua Outlaw (OL), Ethan Reed (OL), Jordan Bradford (DL), Deldrick Canty (DE), Russell Farris (LB), Dae'Von Washington (LB) and Jonathan Barnes (K). - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (OT) - Joshua Outlaw, rSr, 6-5, 311
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): OL - Joshua Outlaw, R-Sr., Louisiana Tech,...Louisiana Tech also had 11 players named Conference USA Honorable Mention, including Jarred Craft (RB), Boston Scott (RB), Kam McKnight (WR/TE), Rhashid Bonnette (WR), Joshua Outlaw (OL), Ethan Reed (OL), Jordan Bradford (DL), Deldrick Canty (DE), Russell Farris (LB), Dae'Von Washington (LB) and Jonathan Barnes (K). - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (RB) - Boston Scott, rSr, 5-06, 203
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): RB - Boston Scott, R-Sr., Louisiana Tech,...Louisiana Tech also had 11 players named Conference USA Honorable Mention, including Jarred Craft (RB), Boston Scott (RB), Kam McKnight (WR/TE), Rhashid Bonnette (WR), Joshua Outlaw (OL), Ethan Reed (OL), Jordan Bradford (DL), Deldrick Canty (DE), Russell Farris (LB), Dae'Von Washington (LB) and Jonathan Barnes (K). - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (RB) - Jarred Craft, Sr, 5-11, 222
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): RB - Jarred Craft, Sr., Louisiana Tech,...Louisiana Tech also had 11 players named Conference USA Honorable Mention, including Jarred Craft (RB), Boston Scott (RB), Kam McKnight (WR/TE), Rhashid Bonnette (WR), Joshua Outlaw (OL), Ethan Reed (OL), Jordan Bradford (DL), Deldrick Canty (DE), Russell Farris (LB), Dae'Von Washington (LB) and Jonathan Barnes (K). - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (CB) - Amik Robertson, Fr, 5-09, 172
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DB - Amik Robertson, Fr., Louisiana Tech,...Amik Robertson earned a spot on the league's second team All-Conference list and the All-Freshman Team after he started in every game this season at cornerback as a true freshman for the Bulldogs. Robertson leads LA Tech in interceptions (4) and is second with 6.5 tackles for loss. He ranks third on the team in total tackles (58) and is one of only four true freshmen in the country who has at least 4-plus interceptions this season. Robertson has recorded a team-high 6 pass break-ups in his rookie season and one quarterback hurry, while he leads LA Tech in interception return yards with 96. - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (WR) - Teddy Veal, rJr, 5-11, 189
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): WR - Teddy Veal, R-Jr., Louisiana Tech,...LA Tech had three student-athletes named to Conference USA's second team All-Conference squad, including offensive lineman O'Shea Dugas, wide receiver Teddy Veal and cornerback Amik Robertson. In his first season with the Bulldogs, Veal played in every game for the Bulldogs this season as LA Tech's top receiver in receptions (69), yards (832) and touchdowns (5). The Bridge City native ended the regular season ranked fourth in Conference USA and 30th in the nation with an average of 5.8 receptions per game. His 69 receptions on the season is 37 more than LA Tech's second-leading receiver. - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (OG) - OShea Dugas, Jr, 6-4, 339
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OL - O'Shea Dugas, Jr., Louisiana Tech,...LA Tech had three student-athletes named to Conference USA's second team All-Conference squad, including offensive lineman O'Shea Dugas, wide receiver Teddy Veal and cornerback Amik Robertson. - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (LS) - Cameron Linck, Sr, 6-1, 206
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): LS - Cameron Linck, GS, Louisiana Tech,...LA Tech's final first team selection came on special teams with deep snapper Cameron Linck earning a spot on the league's All-Conference Team. With one year of eligibility left after pitching for the Bulldog Baseball team for two seasons in 2016-17, Linck joined the football team in the summer of 2017 as a deep snapper despite having not played since high school. Linck won the starting job in fall camp and has since been LA Tech's deep snapper in every game this season. The Bulldogs have given up just one blocked punt and one blocked field goal this season with Linck snapping the ball. - Louisiana Tech Football


01/02/18 - (FS) - Secdrick Cooper, Sr, 6-0, 208
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DB - Secdrick Cooper, Sr., Louisiana Tech,...Also selected to the first team was safety Secdrick Cooper, who started nine of the 10 games he played in as a senior and team captain for the Bulldogs. Cooper ranks second on the team with 63 total tackles (37 solo, 26 assists) with 2.5 tackles for loss, one sack, 2 pass break-ups and three quarterback hurries. Cooper is tied for third on the team with two interceptions on the season, both of which came in LA Tech's win over South Alabama. The senior safety has also one blocked kick and a fumble recovery. - Louisiana Tech Football


12/21/17 - (QB) - JMar Smith, rSo, 6-0, 230
J'Mar Smith passed for three touchdowns and ran for a fourth, all before halftime, as Louisiana Tech took advantage of five first-half turnovers and rolled to a 51-10 victory over SMU in the inaugural DXL Frisco Bowl on Wednesday. The Bulldogs (7-6) didn't have to do much on the offensive side of the ball as their defense intercepted SMU quarterback Ben Hicks three times -- two of which were returned for touchdowns, sacked him twice and forced a pair of Mustangs' fumbles that helped stake Louisiana Tech to a 42-10 halftime lead. SMU (7-6) had committed a total of 13 turnovers all season and Hicks had thrown 32 touchdowns and only nine interceptions in the Mustangs' first 12 games. All that went out the window in a forgettable first 30 minutes of the game, which were the first in the tenure of newly hired coach Sonny Dykes at SMU. The Mustangs had averaged 493.8 yards of total offense per game this season but gained 294 on Wednesday. Hicks threw for only 127 yards.

Smith (15 of 23 for 216 yards passing) scored on a 1-yard fourth-down quarterback sneak on the Bulldogs' first possession after an interception and 31-yard return to the SMU 30 by Secdrick Cooper, the second turnover by the Mustangs in the initial four minutes. Amik Robertson picked off Hicks' pass on SMU's following possession and returned it 45 yards for touchdown, granting the Bulldogs a 14-0 lead with 6:50 to play in the first quarter. The Mustangs' Josh Williams booted a 25-yard field goal to cut the lead to 14-3 with 3:04 left in the opening quarter when SMU's drive stalled in the red zone. Jaqwis Dancy's 65-yard return on the ensuing kickoff precipitated Smith's 6-yard touchdown pass to Teddy Veal four plays later that pushed the Bulldogs' cushion to 21-3 with 45 seconds to play in the first quarter. Darryl Lewis then intercepted Hicks early in the second quarter and returned it 23 yards for touchdown and 28-3 Louisiana Tech lead. - The Sports Xchange

12/06/17 - (WR) - Teddy Veal, rJr, 5-11, 189
2017 CONFERENCE USA CO-NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Junior WR Teddy Veal of Louisiana Tech played every game for the Bulldogs this season and finished as LA Tech's top receiver in receptions (69), yards (832) and touchdowns (5). He ranked fourth in C-USA and 30th in the nation with an average of 5.8 receptions per game, while averaging 69.3 receiving yards per game. Veal posted three 100-yard receiving games for the Bulldogs in his first season in Ruston and his 832 receiving yards ranks fourth in C-USA. On special teams, he was LA Tech's lone punt returner in 2017, recording 14 punt returns for 94 yards and a touchdown. - Conference USA Football


10/28/17 - (QB) - JMar Smith, rSo, 6-0, 230
Boston Scott powered straight up the middle for a 2-yard touchdown and Trey Spencer returned a pick-6 both in the final minute as Louisiana Tech rallied to a 42-28 win over Rice on Saturday. Scott had earlier scored on runs of 5 and 6 yards as he tied his career high with three TDs in a game. He gained 87 yards on 17 carries. Sam Glaesmann led Rice on fourth-quarter scoring drives of 61 and 83 yards as the Owls pulled even at 28-28 with 4:33 left. After Scott's go-ahead, Rice tried to go 75 yards in the last 60 seconds but Glaesmann was intercepted by Spencer, who raced 37 yards for the score. A final Owls' drive in the last 36 seconds ended when Daryl Lewis intercepted a Jackson Tyner deep pass into the end zone. J'Mar Smith went 21-for-32 passing for 237 yards and a TD for Louisiana Tech (4-4, 2-2 Conference USA). Glaesmann rushed for two TDs for Rice (1-7, 1-3) and threw another to Aaron Cephus. - AP College Football


10/02/17 - (FS) - Secdrick Cooper, Sr, 6-0, 208
OCT 2 CONFERENCE USA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Louisiana Tech senior S Secdrick Cooper enjoyed a career night to help lead the Bulldogs to a 34-16 win over South Alabama. The LA Tech defense registered two interceptions, both by Cooper, which were the first two interceptions of his career. He snagged his first career interception after taking advantage of an overthrow by the South Alabama quarterback late in the first quarter. Then, a corner blitz forced South Alabama to throw the ball early which allowed Cooper to come up with his second interception with the Jaguars inside the red zone. The Marrero, Louisiana, native added three tackles and a pass breakup in the win. - C-USA Football


09/18/17 - (DE) - Jaylon Ferguson, rJr, 6-4, 269
SEPT 18 CONFERENCE USA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: After a quiet first two games statistically, Louisiana Tech junior DE Jaylon Ferguson stepped up in the LA Tech's conference-opening win at WKU Saturday night. Ferguson registered six total tackles (four solo) against the Hilltoppers, but more importantly, the redshirt junior notched two sacks at critical points in the game for his first two sacks of the season. His second sack ended a WKU drive with 1:55 left in the game, forcing a punt that would lead to the Bulldogs game-winning field goal on their final possession. With his two sacks, Ferguson moved into second place all-time in Louisiana Tech history with 22.5 career sacks. - Southern Miss Football


09/18/17 - (K) - Jonathan Barnes, rSr, 5-09, 182
SEPT 18 CONFERENCE USA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: LA Tech senior K Jonathan Barnes once again came through in the clutch for Louisiana Tech on Saturday night when his 21-yard game-winning field goal with two seconds left in the game gave the Bulldogs a 23-22 road victory over WKU. The 21-yarder to clinch the victory was Barnes' third field goal of the game as the senior was a perfect 3-for-3 on the night with kicks of 33, 36 and 21 yards. Barnes also nailed both of his PATs in the game. With his game-winning field goal against WKU, Barnes is now a perfect 7-for-7 in his career on field goals attempted in the final two minutes of the fourth quarter or overtime. He is three field goals away from tying the Louisiana Tech record for field goals made in a career. This is the third straight season and fourth time in his career that Barnes has been named C-USA Special Teams Player of the Week. - Southern Miss Football


09/17/17 - (K) - Jonathan Barnes, rSr, 5-09, 182
Jonathan Barnes kicked a 21-yard field goal with two seconds left to give Louisiana Tech a 23-22 victory over Western Kentucky on Saturday night in a Conference USA opener. Kam McKnight scored on a 2-yard run, capping a 91-yard drive to pull Louisiana Tech to 22-20 with 6:08 to play. The Bulldogs' Joe Brown intercepted a J'Mar Smith pass on the ensuing series, but the Hilltoppers punted three plays later. Smith then completed back-to-back 18-yard passes to Adrian Hardy and Teddy Veal during Louisiana Tech's (2-1, 1-0) game-winning drive. Smith was 22 of 39 for 306 yards passing and threw an 87-yard touchdown pass to Rhashid Bonnette in the second quarter. Mike White threw for 226 yards and scored on a 4-yard touchdown run in the first quarter to lead Western Kentucky (1-2, 0-1). - AP College Football


09/05/17 - (OLB) - DaeVon Washington, rJr, 5-10, 215
Sept 4 Conference USA Defensive Player of the Week: Louisiana Tech junior LB Dae'Von Washington helped lead the Bulldogs to a dominant victory over in-state foe Northwestern State Saturday night, thanks to his impressive second half performance against the Demons. Washington, who was just put on scholarship last Friday, recorded two interceptions in the fourth quarter and had 26 return yards to help LA Tech secure a 52-24 season-opening win. He became the first Bulldog since 2014 to record two interceptions in one game. Washington also was the second-leading tackler for the Bulldogs on Saturday with five total tackles (four solo) and one tackle for a loss of five yards. - Conference USA Football


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