The Fresno State football team learned its conference schedule on Tuesday. Stretched out over 14 weeks, the ‘Dogs will play 12 games with eight of those games being conference ones.
The non-conference slate consists of four games stretched over five weeks. They will start and end at home against Idaho on Sept. 1 and Toledo on Sept. 29.
The ‘Dogs will then kick off the season on the road against Nevada on Oct. 6 and conclude on Nov. 24 at Fresno State against the Spartans of San Jose State.
The Red Wave will have six chances to see Fresno State play at home in 2018, including four of its conference games.
The Mountain West season will then conclude on Dec. 1 with the Mountain West Championship Game featuring the two divisional champions.
Although the week-of-schedule is locked in as of Thursday, the games can still move to Thursdays or Fridays.
2018 FRESNO STATE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Sept. 1: Idaho
Sept. 8: at Minnesota
Sept. 15: at UCLA
Sept. 22: BYE WEEK
Sept. 29: Toledo
Oct. 6: at Nevada
Oct. 13: Wyoming
Oct. 20: at New Mexico
Oct. 27: Hawai’i
Nov. 3: at UNLV
Nov. 10: at Boise State
Nov. 17: San Diego State
Nov. 24: San Jose State
Dec. 1: Mountain West Championship Game