RUSTON, La. – LA Tech Athletics, LA Tech Sports Properties and Cox Communications announced Monday that CST will be airing Hill Oil’s Inside Bulldog Football on all 60 of its Louisiana Cox Sports Television (CST) affiliate stations this fall. The hour-long show will run on a tape-delay basis on Thursdays at 4 p.m. CT each game week with the exception of the first broadcast on Aug. 28 airing at 3 p.m. CT.

“This is a tremendous addition for Louisiana Tech Athletics and our football program,” said LA Tech Athletics Director Tommy McClelland. “In addition to our radio network, this provides even more coverage for Bulldog fans statewide. Our weekly show on CST will be yet another way for Tech fans and alumni all across Bulldog Country to keep tabs on Louisiana Tech Football.”

Hill Oil’s Inside Bulldog Football is held at The Dawg House Sports Grill starting at 6 p.m. each game week and is hosted with Hall of Fame broadcaster Dave Nitz, who is entering his 40th year as the “Voice of the Bulldogs” along with head football coach Skip Holtz.

Nitz and Holtz break down the previous week’s game and provide an exclusive look ahead to the next week’s opponent in each episode. The shows also feature special guests, including past Bulldog greats, current coaches and members of the LA Tech Football team.

“This new partnership with Cox Sports TV will provide tremendous exposure for Louisiana Tech Athletics and our sponsors throughout Louisiana,” said Mason Ellenberger, General Manager of LA Tech Sports Properties. “We are very excited about this partnership and the opportunity to provide our fans, alumni, students and future students an in depth look into Tech Athletics.”
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Already available over the radio air waves as part of the LA Tech Sports Network across all of North Louisiana and in Baton Rouge, the addition of the televised version on CST will blanket Louisiana with the opportunity to follow the Bulldog team throughout the season.

The deal with Cox and CST will continue into basketball season with the television broadcast of the weekly Bank of Ruston’s Inside Tech Basketball Show with men’s basketball coach Michael White and women’s basketball coach Tyler Summitt.

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