Cameron Under Investigation for Throwing Game At several points in today's game, Tech Quarterback Cameron seemed to be a little distracted, like when he walked off the field late in Louisiana Tech's first scoring drive with what he claimed were sore ribs, forcing Tech to go to their backup, who luckily completed the drive on 3rd down for a touchdown. But, it is what happened at the end of the game that has the Louisiana Tech quarterback under NCAA and school investigation. Late in the 3rd quarter of today's contest, Louisiana Tech found themselves up by 4, 37-33, in what had been an exciting game against Mississippi State. Louisiana Tech even appeared to be on their way to a victory as they had just intercepted the ball for the 3rd time of the game and had the opportunity to go up two possessions. Then, on the ensuing drive, Louisiana Tech quarterback Cameron made one of the worst throws I've ever seen. Williams, Tech's #1 receiver had broken free on a corner route when Mississippi State's corner made a failed attempt to jam him at the line. There was nothing but daylight in front of Williams, but Cameron threw 5 yards behind the receiver and directly in to the hands of the corner who thought he had just given up a huge touchdown. Thus, the 4th quarter began with Louisiana Tech still up by 4. Then, Mississippi State scored on the following drive and went up by 3. So, Louisiana Tech fans settled in for an exciting finish, as they have become accustomed due to quite a few doozies this season. But, something wasn't quite right. Cameron came out and pointed at the linebacker on what was going to be a WR screen in the middle of the field. As it turned out it was a perfect play call, as Mississippi State brought the heat, leaving the screen wide open. But, Cameron would again throw way behind his open wide receiver and directly in to the hands of the spying linebacker whom he had pointed out before the snap. This set Mississippi State to go up by two touchdowns, 47-37. Still trying to be optimistic of their quarterback, the Louisiana Tech offense came back out on the field hoping to stage an epic comeback in the last 5 minutes. Then, two plays later, Tech found themselves with a wide open receiver 15 yards down field who easily could have run another 20 yards, if not more. But, instead of throwing the ball in any catchable area, Cameron overthrew his receiver by 25 yards, with the ball landing just short of the safety who should have been nowhere near the pass. The Tech drive would stall and the rest of the game saw Cameron throwing repeatedly out of bounds or out of his receivers' reach. Tech would go on to lose 61-37 in a game that saw them leading to start the 4th quarter. More on this story as it develops.