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Ten ’Dogs named to All-WAC teams

As the Bulldogs’ football team ends its season with an 8-4 record, 6-2 in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC), 10 players were selected to the All-WAC first and second teams, an honor given to the most productive players in the conference.

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Back at full strength?

Despite having a full complement of scholarships, as well as being removed from probation for NCAA violations, the Fresno State men’s basketball team struggled to open the season.

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Devan intervention

I have seen a few things in my time following the Fresno State Bulldogs.

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Running through history

Fresno State may have to make room on the press box wall on the west side of Bulldog Stadium and retire the number 21 again.

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Bulldog game day

The Fresno State Bulldogs have a chance to win their 15th game against a Bowl Championship Series (BCS) team this decade, good enough for second best among non-automatic qualifiers.

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Cold as ice

The Fresno Falcons may have left, but one hockey team exists in Fresno that has been around for 18 years.

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How much do we want to know?

Tiger Woods is, arguably (although, arguably, you can argue anything, so this is just a throwaway phrase — but I digress), the most popular athlete on the planet.

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Back to the east

While everyone else was spending Thanksgiving eating turkey and stuffing, the Bulldogs’ football team spent their week off getting rejuvenated mentally and physically in time for their final game of the season against Illinois.

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All business

Although he considers himself a man of strong conviction and a dutiful Christian who aims to “give God the glory” both on and off the field, Moses Harris said that faith is not his only motivating factor.

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No second ‘Goess’-ing

The last time the Fresno State Bulldogs won a game 30-28, in 2008 at Utah State, kicker Kevin Goessling got all the credit for the win.

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Bulldog game day

The Fresno State Bulldogs received some bad news Tuesday.

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Seniors’ last stand

After suffering a tough loss against Nevada, the Bulldogs’ football team is determined to bounce back in their last home game of the season against Western Athletic Conference (WAC) foe Louisiana Tech.

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Bill Walton simply says goodbye

You may not have heard, but Bill Walton, the master of hyperbole, retired from NBA announcing earlier this month.

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Week 11 WAC Power Rankings

The Broncos remain undefeated after they beat their intrastate rival, the Idaho Vandals, and having won the Governor’s Cup.

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Mathews ruled out for Saturday

After suffering a mild concussion in Saturday’s 52-14 loss at Nevada, Fresno State tailback Ryan Mathews has been ruled out for this week’s game against Louisiana Tech.

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Mathews’ injury was the end of the game

If something happens once, it is probably an accident. If the same thing happens a second time, it’s likely just a coincidence. But if it happens a third time, now that’s a problem.

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A little too close

The Fresno State men’s basketball team gave the Gators every chance to spoil their season opener and hand them a loss that would be sure to bring back memories of a tough 2008-09 year, but the Gators just wouldn’t take the opportunity.

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Bulldog game day

Last week at the Kibbie Dome, quarterback Ryan Colburn had a perfect night, going 14-for-14 for 159 yards and a touchdown.

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