Defense dominates final scrimmage of fall camp

RUSTON, La. - Louisiana Tech's defense dominated in the team's final scrimmage of fall camp as the defense racked up seven sacks - Matt Broha led with four - as the Bulldogs closed out fall camp at Joe Aillet Stadium Wednesday night.
The seven sacks by the defense were a mixture of a strong defensive line and an offensive line that sat a few players during the Wednesday night session. The scrimmage was held at 9 p.m., the same late start time that Tech has when it opens the season at Southern Miss on Sept. 3 in Hattiesburg, Miss.
Neither quarterback stood out as Colby Cameron went 4-for-10 for 45 yards, one interception and one touchdown while Nick Isham was 4-for-13 for 39 yards.
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Click Here to view this Link.Cameron's interception was returned for a touchdown by Javontay CroweClick Here to view this Link. for approximately 65 yards. Levander LigginsClick Here to view this Link. recorded the interception of Isham.
Broha's five total tackles, four of which were sacks, tied for the lead defensively while Jay Dudley added five tackles and a pass break-up. Adrien Cole registered four tackles on the night. Brandon Patterson had two sacks while IK Enemkpali added one.
The lone touchdown pass of the night went to Myles White who came back to catch Cameron's 25-yard pass and then he fell backwards into the end zone for the score. White led the scrimmage in receiving with two catches for 39 yards while Taulib Ikharo had two catches for 29 yards.
Tevin King led in rushing with six carries for 34 yards.
Louisiana Tech will practice on Thursday at 6 p.m. followed by a two-a-day on Friday as the team begins preparations for its season opener at Southern Miss.
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