When entering the University Student Union, you can start to hear the loud crashing of bowling pins. Walk in and you might see students in bowling class, eating lunch or shooting pool. Noah Coble is one of the people behind ...Read More »
Five shots of vodka in 10 minutes might be typical for a Fresno State student attending a football game at Bulldog Stadium. Bulldog Stadium has been alcohol free for two seasons now and there are concerns of whether this has created a binge drinking environment.Read More »
I have had just about enough of the negativity. Every day on the news it seems there is some new scandal involving the Fresno State athletic department. Whether itâ€™s Stacy Johnson-Kleinâ€™s trial, the continued adventures of Jason Shirley or the criminal antics of Rekalin Sims â€“ negativity continues to surround Fresno State.Read More »
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Hot dogs and baseball are synonymous, but Fresno State sporting events have a wide variety of options for cheering fans. Food and drinks for both Bulldog Stadium and the Save Mart Center are provided by Ovations Food Services, and Fresno State has a contract with Ovations through 2008.
A smart chip inside a soccer ball could decide the fate of a game. The chip will determine if the ball crossed the goal line or not in those very tight and controversial plays that are an essential part of soccer.Read More »
The national championship race is down to a half dozen contenders. With two weeks left in the regular season, LSU, Kansas, Missouri, West Virginia, Ohio State and Arizona State are the only teams left with aspirations to play in the BCS title game in New Orleans on Jan. 7.Read More »
Even though practice has begun, the season for the track and field team doesnâ€™t officially start competing until the spring semester. The only event that took place this semester was the Turkey Trials, which was held Nov. 15 at the Save Mart Center.Read More »
Cal State Bakersfield hosted the Bulldogs Saturday and ran away with a 65-64 win. Junior Santwon Latunde led the Roadrunners with 13 points and made the game-winning basket with 1:39 remaining in the game.Read More »
On any given day at Dog House Grill you might walk through the double doors to cheers â€” theyâ€™re not for you.Read More »
Fresno State Bulldogs (2-1) at Cal-State Bakersfield Roadrunners (0-2)Read More »
Kim: Nothing completes a sporting event like what you eat and drink while watching the game. For me, certain foods go with certain sports (mainly because of the limited choices they give you). When I visit Dodger Stadium, I have the traditional Dodger Dog to complete my experience. The times that I decided to save my $4.50 and opted for my own peanuts were fun, but not the same.Read More »
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The Fresno State menâ€™s basketball team is off to a 2-1 start, powered by the teamâ€™s ability to get open and hit three-point shots. â€œThe one thing we do is we shoot threes,â€ menâ€™s basketball coach Steve Cleveland said. â€œWeâ€™re not obviously a throw the thing down 50-times and score on the block; itâ€™s not what weâ€™re going to be.â€
No. 1 LSU (9-1)
Last Week: Beat Louisiana Tech 58-10
This Week: at Mississippi (3-7)
Tidbit: The Tigers regained the top spot in this weekâ€™s rankings. LSU could be on their way to the National Championship Game.
I donâ€™t know much about Hawaiiâ€™s infrastructure, but I could have sworn I saw a train running through Aloha Stadium on Saturday. Oh nevermind, that was Fresno State linebacker Marcus Riley absolutely crushing Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan. If you havenâ€™t seen the hit, it has received over 15,000 hits on YouTube so far.Read More »
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Fresno State Bulldogs (6-3, 5-1 WAC) at No. 16 Hawaii Warriors (8-0, 5-0 WAC)
Game Day: Saturday, 8 p.m., at Aloha Stadium (Honolulu, HI)
Television: ESPN2/Bulldog Sports Network (Comcast Channel 5)
Radio: KMJ-AM 580 and KGST-AM 1600 (ESPN Deportes)
World Vision Classic
Tonight vs. Portland at 8 p.m.
Saturday vs. Liberty at 5:30 p.m.
Sunday vs. San Diego State at 4 p.m.
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The Fresno State womenâ€™s basketball team opens up the season Saturday when the Bulldogs host No. 13 Cal. With coach Adrian Wiggins imposing a new system, the question arises: How many points will the Bulldogs score?
No. 1 Ohio State (10-0)
Last Week: Beat Wisconsin 38-17
This Week: Illinois (7-3)
Tidbit: With two more wins, the Buckeyes will return to the National Championship Game.