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Marcus McMaryion: Home is where the heart is

Fresno State quarterback Marcus McMaryion’s amatuer football journey began and will most likely end in the Central Valley. Throughout the way there was that detour to Oregon State. McMaryion, a Dinuba native, still remembers not being offered a scholarship by ...

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Dancing dreams come true

Former Bulldog Mackenzie Domingues is making her dreams come true this year with the Sacramento Kings’ dance team. “This was my dream, and I was going to achieve it,” Domingues said. “When I set my heart to something, I do ...

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‘Dogs recapture Valley Trophy

Fresno State spoiled San Jose State’s homecoming Saturday with the defense setting the tone and leading the Bulldogs to a 27-10 victory, recapturing the Valley Trophy for the first time since 2014. “It’s always nice to come away with a ...

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Top Dog of the Week: Keesean Johnson

Wide receiver KeeSean Johnson’s successful efforts in the offseason to add 14 pounds to his frame may go unnoticed, but what can’t be ignored is Johnson’s efforts on the field. His stellar play has earned him this week’s Top Dog ...

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Inside San Jose State football: A conversation with the Spartan Daily sports editor

Coming off a win in the conference opener against Nevada, Fresno State is 2-2 and gearing up to face rival San Jose State on Saturday. The Spartans are 1-5, with their only win coming against Cal Poly. The Collegian spoke ...

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The Raiders just can’t catch a break

When fans saw Raiders quarterback and Fresno State alum Derek Carr lie motionless on the turf in Mile High Stadium in Denver, no doubt many were thinking: Oh no. Not again. Please not again. That’s what happens when your franchise ...

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‘Dogs open conference play with dominant win

The Fresno State Bulldogs earned their first conference win since 2015, defeating the Nevada Wolfpack Saturday 41-21 behind the performance of newly-appointed starting quarterback Marcus McMaryion. “I am satisfied for tonight,” said head coach Jeff Tedford. “Like I said, it ...

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Adapting on and off the pitch: Julia Glaser

Sophomore forward Julia Glaser has always chased her dreams, whether it was representing Switzerland as a youth international and leading the team in goals or moving to California to further her soccer career. “It was always my dream to go ...

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‘Dogs serve aces, but Spartans take the match

The Fresno State’s women’s volleyball team continues to fall short, losing Saturday 3-1 at home to San Jose State. The Bulldogs started out the first set with aggression, creating great chances off the serve and jumped out to a 7-3 ...

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Ronnie Rivers looks to create his own history

Ronnie Rivers isn’t worried about his father’s storied athletic shadow. The Bulldogs running back wants to build his own legacy.   Rivers father, Ron Rivers, played for the Bulldogs from 1991 to 1993 and is Fresno State’s second all-time leading ...

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Aaron Judge blasts his way to rookie home run record

Former Bulldog and current New York Yankee right fielder Aaron Judge broke the MLB record for rookie home runs when he struck his 50th of the season on Monday. Judge hit two home runs against the Kansas City Royals, tying ...

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Section of Bulldog Stadium to be closed Saturday after pipe burst

An irrigation pipe under the southeast side of Bulldog Stadium burst Sunday producing mud and debris in the south end zone. But it’s not expected to affect the football game Saturday. The 4 inch (it was previously reported as 2 ...

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Blood, sweat and cheers

The Fresno State Cheer team is not just a pile of pompoms, skirts and eyelashes, but a hardworking, dedicated and committed team, just like other student-athletes. Right now, the cheer team is plugging in new teammates as they improve and ...

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Misfiring ‘Dogs drop conference matchups

The Fresno State women’s soccer team opened its Mountain West schedule in back-to-back fashion at home against Boise State and Utah State but was unable to pick up a victory, losing 2-1 and 1-0. “We’re in a hole in terms ...

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Equestrian splits first two competitions

This weekend, the Fresno State equestrian team lost to No. 1 Texas A&M 14-5, but won 17-2 against South Dakota State. On Friday morning, the Aggies swept the ‘Dogs 5-0, in the equitation over fences event at the Student Horse ...

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‘Dogs lose to Utah State

Fresno State women’s volleyball lost to Utah State on Saturday, three sets to one, despite having a season-high 10 blocks in the second set. “We blocked a ton of balls but again didn’t serve tough enough to earn runs,” head ...

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Top Dog of the week: Aaron Mitchell

Senior Aaron Mitchell is a man of many roles: starting center for the Bulldogs football team, team captain, student, family man and, this week, The Collegian’s Top Dog. Mitchell led the charge for the offensive line last Saturday in the ...

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Athletics on right track, but fans must step up

Fresno State athletics is at a turning point. History will praise or curse the current crop of leaders. Even though the football team is 1-2, fans seem happy with new head coach Jeff Tedford and his vision for the program. ...

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