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Former Louisiana Tech stars Terry Bradshaw and Phil Robertson were honored prior to the Bulldogs' Thursday night game against the Tulane Green Wave.
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Two former LA Tech quarterbacks were honored before Thursday’s game against Tulane: Terry Bradshaw and Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson. Back in the ’60s, Bradshaw, the former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback and Super Bowl winner, used to be second fiddle at QB to Phil Robertson at Louisiana Tech.
“You are now a star, almost a sex symbol.” Oh my.
Fox Football Daily decided to do one of those live cut-ins that ATH made popular. Only problem here is that instead of Wilbon they have Bradshaw. Terry: "Besides, I wouldn’t have ****** his old ugly-ass mother anyway. God dang. I’ve got more pride than that."
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Louisiana Tech kicker Kyle Fischer will tell you that he meant to do that, making a kick that bounced off both uprights in what appeared to be some sort of trick shot. In reality, he got lucky, but the play is still a cool, wacky happening that is rare in the football world. Unfortunately for Fischer and Louisiana Tech, his luck ran out after that kick as he later on missed two...
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