Louisiana Tech QB race endures to Baylor week; when Skip Holtz could pick

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RUSTON – The swift answer from Skip Holtz: “Nope.”

The question: “The first game is one week away; do you know who your starting quarterback will be?”

Louisiana Tech wrapped up preseason camp Saturday morning with a two-hour practice and scrimmage inside Joe Aillet Stadium, and now the team officially enters game week with its 2020 season opener at Baylor set for next Saturday at 11 a.m.

Louisiana Tech graduate transfer quarterback Luke Anthony (9) throws a pass during fall camp.

For the first time in three years, there’ll be a new starter under center for the Bulldogs, and the competition between the quarterbacks trudges on despite the opener drawing closer. In reality, it’s been even longer since the race continued this deep into camp, as former signal caller J’Mar Smith beat out Westin Elliott for the job in the 2017 preseason.

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