Briefs about Bulldog volleyball, soccer, and cross country.Read More »
After a disappointing 2006 campaign, the Fresno State football team is looking to regain prominence in the Western Athletic Conference. Here is a preview of Fresno Stateâ€™s WAC opponents this season.Read More »
Starting the year off early with practice and team drills, Coach Angie Cates thinks that the womenâ€™s golf team is ready to start the new season. That start has to come, however, without a key player.Read More »
Everything you want to know about this season's Bulldog football team.Read More »
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Ten years ago, a young man named David Carr from Bakersfield joined the Fresno State football team in the first recruiting class of new coach Pat Hill. Today, Carr has joined just five other former Bulldogs to have their jerseys retired at Bulldog Stadium.
In his third year as the head coach of the Fresno State womenâ€™s volleyball team, Ruben Nieves is continuing to try and build the Bulldogs into a respectable program.Read More »
1. USC (1-0) Last Week: Won 38-10 over Idaho Next Week: at Nebraska (1-0) Trojans face their first true test against the Big Red this weekend.Read More »
Look for the promotions and special events at Saturday's Fresno State football game.Read More »
The sea of red is back and bigger than ever. Active since 2005, REDZONE is the official student booster club.Read More »
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Juan Villa / The Collegian 1. USC (0-0) Week 1: Idaho (0-0) Quarterback John David Booty is looking to the lead the Pac-10 Conference Champion Trojans back to the BCS National Championship game after a Rose Bowl victory last season.
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The Fresno State womenâ€™s soccer team opens their season 7 p.m. Friday against UC Irvine. This is the last home game for the â€˜Dogs before going on a six-game road trip during the month of September. Tickets are $1 for this game only.
Fresno is where itâ€™s at for Jay Udwadia, the Fresno State menâ€™s tennis coach. While he accepted the position of associate head coach at Pepperdine University last week, he has since decided to stay with the Bulldogs.Read More »
There are rules to almost everything, whether written or assumed. It seems that when it comes to sports, there are no real official rules for the fans. While sports can be a good way to let loose and enjoy ourselves, there are some rules that would allow everyone to enjoy them even more.Read More »
The thrill of the fall semester brings about so much new stuff it is almost exciting.Read More »