What to expect from Louisiana Tech

Quarterback J'Mar Smith threw for 3,160 yards and 15 touchdowns while leading Louisiana Tech to an 8-5 record and a bowl victory last season (photo courtesy of latechsports.com).

By Steve Lansdale

The Texas Longhorns kick off the 2019 season Saturday night against a Louisiana Tech team that went 8-5 last season that included a 29-27 season over a better-than-anyone-expected North Texas team and a 31-14 win over Hawaii in the Hawaii Bowl.

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The Bulldogs are led by head coach Skip Holtz, who keeps saying that Saturday’s game against No. 10 is a great change for his team to measure its progress.

So what should Texas fans expect? [habeabk]

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