The scoreboard was busy all night. The Hilltoppers led by 14 with 6:16 to play.
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WKU improves to 2-0 for first time since 2005 with a 41-38 win over visiting Louisiana Tech
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Anthony Davis, an Indiana transfer, collected his first two carries of the season against La Tech. He found open field for a 28 yard second half run.
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La Tech used a blue tarp to screen the offensive play-calling.
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WKU linebacker T.J. McCollum tackles La Tech running back Kenneth Dixon.
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WKU kicker Grant Schwettman connects on one of his four field goals in the 41-38 win.
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Gavin Rocker and Prince-Charles Iworah celebrate a big stop. Rocker finished with five tackles. Iworah had four stops and an interception.
Brandon Doughty calls out the play. The Hilltoppers offense gained 590 yards against La Tech.
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