It’s no secret. Fresno State’s top performers are attracting many national accolades as a result of a surge in offensive production and returning veterans on a defense that forced 35 turnovers last season.
» Ricardo Cano
It is almost but assured: win against New Mexico Nov. 23 at Bulldog Stadium, and Fresno State – ranked No. 14 in the BCS standings – will represent the West Division in the Mountain West Conference’s inaugural championship game on Dec. 7.
Fresno State students listened to a first-hand account about terrorism and national security and how they apply to higher education settings Wednesday night.
A debate over a revised resolution regarding the disclosure of sex offenders on campus, which has been among the main focuses of Fresno State’s Associated Students, Inc. agenda for most of the semester, came to a near-unanimous conclusion Wednesday.
On Saturday across the sidelines, in some ways, will be a reflection of Fresno State’s up-tempo, no-huddle, no-nonsense spread offense.
Bowling enthusiasts will be able to use new score keeping software at the University Student Union bowling lanes next semester that include a variety of gaming options and features in the bowling center on campus.
Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr broke another record Saturday night in the Bulldogs’ 41-23 win over Nevada at Bulldog Stadium.
Nevada at Fresno State Saturday, Nov. 2 – 7:30 p.m. TV: ESPNU Silence the pistol The Wolf Pack kept the pistol offense under coach Brian Polian after former coach Chris Ault retired last season. Under Polian, it seems like a different kind of pistol. Nevada is running the ball less and passing it more on […]
Fresno State men’s basketball Nov. 16 Save Mart Center opener against Cal State Northridge is technically sold out – the team’s Fan Appreciation Game. NBA All-Star and former Bulldogs stadnout Paul George bought out all unsold tickets to Fresno State’s home opener in the hopes current Bulldogs and fans can experience a sellout to kick […]