The Collegian’s Top 25


No. 1 Ohio State (7-0)
Last Week: Beat Kent State 48-3
This Week: Michigan State (5-2)
Tidbit: The Buckeyes’ defense has brought them all the way to the No. 1 spot in the rankings. Next task? Stay there.

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Former standout returns for a cause

Former Fresno State golf standout and now PGA standout, Nick Watney, has accomplished a lot throughout his career. He has traveled the world but this past weekend, he returned to his roots here in Fresno for the Save Mart Shootout.

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Roadrunners leave ’Dogs in dust


Bakersfield fired back and won game four, ending the match. Fresno State’s Lisa Gera said the loss was hard.

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Mashed Potatoes


Fresno State may have been playing inside at Idaho, but thunder and lightning filled the Kibbie Dome Saturday. “Me and Ryan like to call ourselves thunder and lightning,” running back Lonyae Miller said of himself and fellow running back Ryan Mathews. “You can expect to see more of us in the future.”

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Expectations exceeded and not stopping


Fresno State football: second place and undefeated in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). That doesn’t sound right, considering all the injuries and suspensions plaguing this year’s team.

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‘Dog Bites

Cross Country
The Bulldogs placed third at the Cal Poly Invitational Saturday, lead by junior Roxanne Sellick.

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Converted ’Dogs succeed


Tom Brandstater isn’t the only player on the Fresno State football team that can throw the football around. Tim Lang, Bear Pascoe, Tyler Clutts and Jason Crawley all have something in common: They all played quarterback in high school.

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Fresno State Football Week 7 Preview


Fresno State Bulldogs (3-2, 2-0 WAC) at Idaho Vandals (1-5, 0-2 WAC)

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Not about to give WAC goals

It has been a while since the Fresno State women’s soccer team has given up a goal in Western Athletic Conference (WAC) play. The stretch goes back 10 games dating back to Nov. 4, 2005 when the Bulldogs defeated Hawaii, 2-1. That was 702 days ago and includes 1,063 minutes on the field.

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Festivities to kickoff homecoming

Leave your coats at home, because “the heat is on” during the homecoming festivities leading up to the Fresno State football game against San Jose State on Oct. 20. This year’s theme, “Bulldog Blaze: The Heat Is On,” represents the idea of “trying to fire things up”, said Mike Simonson, co-coordinator of spirit and homecoming activities for University Student Union Productions.

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WAC basketball preseason polls

The Western Athletic Conference (WAC) preseason basketball polls were released Wednesday at the annual WAC Basketball Media Day in Salt Lake City. The Fresno State men’s team was picked to finish fourth in both the coaches’ and media polls. The women’s team was picked fourth in the coaches’ poll and fifth in the media poll.

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The Collegian’s Top 25

No.1 LSU (6-0)
Last Week: Beat Florida 28-24
This Week: at Kentucky (5-1)
Tidbit: The Tigers pulled out a close one against the Gators and now find themselves at No. 1 for the first time this season.

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Championships in sight for XC

With the season winding down and only one more meet before the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Championships, cross country coach Joe Gonzales is looking for a strong finish from his men’s and women’s teams. The Bulldogs had a good showing ...

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Getting a kick out of life


Obstacles are nothing. For Fresno State women’s soccer player Amanda Reyes, overcoming obstacles is just part of the game.

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‘Batman’ returns


Rest easy, red-wavers. “Batman” is back.

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Equestrian’s ride to championship begins

On the rail, roll back, sliding stop. These are some of the terms the Fresno State women’s equestrian team will keep in mind when competing. With a full team at 69 girls, coach Rebecca Malmo is looking to have a solid showing.

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Who’s afraid of the big, bad Wolf Pack?


Something was in the air Saturday at Mackay Stadium. That something was the Fresno State passing game. In a 49-41 win over Nevada, the Bulldogs put the ball in the air for 168 yards and quarterback Tom Brandstater completed 10 of 16 passes.

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Hockey still clubbin’ for national title


They trade in their pajamas and warm beds for skates and a freezing ice skating rink every Tuesday and Thursday at 6 a.m. — a time when the sun has yet to rise and many other students are sleeping.

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