Robbie Rouse rushed for a season high of 261-yards and the Bulldogs defense returned three turnovers for touchdowns en route to a key Mountain West win that preserved Fresno State’s (8-3,6-1) tie with San Diego State for first place.
» Rachel Waldron
The Fresno State Bulldogs beat the Fresno Pacific Sunbirds 77-68 during an exhibition game Friday night. Although the ‘Dogs pulled out a win, Coach Terry said they have a lot more work before they take on the Longhorns in Texas next week.
On Wednesday night while local neighborhood kids traveled door-to-door in search of Halloween treats, Fresno State student organizations did the same, but for canned food items for the Bulldog Pantry.
The Fresno State Bulldogs crushed the Colorado Buffaloes Saturday night 69-14. Robbie Rouse surpassed the all-time rushing record at Fresno State. Safety Phillip Thomas had three interceptions to tie the Mountain West record. Two of those interceptions were returned for touchdowns from 43 and 16 yards out.
Fresno State hires the team’s 17th head coach to replace former head coach Pat Hill. Former Texas A&M defensive coordinator Tim DeRuyter has his first press conference as head coach of the ‘Dogs.
The Fresno State Bulldogs had a disappointing season, missing an opportunity to play in a bowl game. The season came with many upsets including Pat Hill’s dismissal. Despite the bad season, key players on the team set records in Bulldog history.
Fresno State gets their third win of the season after five games on the road.
The fall season started in September, but the campus trees didn’t show until late November.