Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Season Prediction, What Will Happen
It’s going to come together, and there will be times when the offense clicks on all levels and rips through defenses like butter, but how fast will that happen?
It’s not like Louisiana Tech is starting from scratch with Sonny Cumbie and the offensive style, and there are plenty of good defensive veterans to make the situation okay after taking a few lumps.
Two other key things will play a role here. 1) Last year’s team went young at times. There’s enough experience back to know where lots of the pieces are going to fit. 2) The schedule just isn’t very hard … in the middle.
Now, to the first part of that, it’s all good, but it would be nice if there was a sure-thing veteran quarterback who could step right in and wing it around for 4,000 yards. And to the second part, the middle might be easy, but the beginning and end are a bear.
Set The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Regular Season Win Total At … 6
Unless something huge happens, Louisiana Tech will lose on the road at Missouri and Clemson to start the season. The South Alabama road game is more than winnable, but that’s a third road game in four weeks coming off that date at Clemson.
At UTSA, at Charlotte, UAB. That’s not like dealing with a slew of superpowers, but that’s a rough final three games. Louisiana Tech has to win one of those, it has to go 2-2 to start the season, and everything in the middle has to click after the week off to start October.
UTEP, at North Texas, Rice, at FIU, Middle Tennessee. Go 4-1 against those five, and it’s going to be a bowl season. Go 3-2 and things start to get a bit iffy.
It’ll be a bowl season in Cumbie’s first year.