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Students weigh in on Super Bowl Sunday

The Super Bowl is this Sunday, and students here at Fresno State all have very different perspectives and reasons to watch the game.

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Students, faculty relieve stress through Tai Chi

An introspective hour of Tai Chi offers faculty and staff a beneficial escape from daily stresses.

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Women’s Basketball: Five ‘Dogs in double-digits as Fresno State beats SDSU

The Fresno State women’s basketball team has done a few firsts this year, and Wednesday night it added another to the inventory.

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Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs return home on winning streak

Undefeated in conference play, the third-longest winning streak in program history, and trailing only for a total of 4:56 this season – Fresno State women’s basketball head coach Jaime White is making her first season look easy.

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Baseball: Fresno State gears for 2015 season

The last two seasons did not go according to plan for the Fresno State baseball team.

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Men’s Basketball: Aztecs top ‘Dogs to avoid season sweep

Entering the game, the Fresno State Bulldogs and San Diego State Aztecs were in a three-way tie for third place in the Mountain West. At the end, one of those teams moved up into sole possession of second place.

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Packing the Pound: Student support continues to grow

Save Mart Center was rocking again Saturday night in a game that featured cash giveaways, and Apple TV giveaways, and past alumni back for a “Night in Navy” game against the Nevada Wolf Pack.

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Men’s Basketball: Last-minute surge helps lift ‘Dogs past Nevada

Behind another excited crowd and in its new navy-colored uniforms, Fresno State (10-10, 5-2 Mountain West) took down Nevada 66-62 for the second time this month to complete the season sweep.

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Women’s Basketball: Going for No. 11

Jaime White’s first season as a Bulldog couldn’t get off to a better start.

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Men’s Basketball: Prepping for physical play

A loss in last weekend’s triple-overtime match against then-No. 25 Wyoming certainly stung. But the Fresno State men’s basketball team aims to bounce back with a win Saturday, when it squares off against Mountain West rival Nevada (6-11, 2-3 MW).

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Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs beat Wyoming on the road

Last Saturday was the first time the Fresno State women’s basketball team walked off the court at the Arena Auditorium in Wyoming with a win.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs fall to Wyoming in triple-OT classic

Fresno State and No. 25 Wyoming engaged in the sixth triple-overtime game in school history, which featured a battle for the top spot in the Mountain West Saturday afternoon at the Save Mart Center.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs continue streak in MW play with win over Spartans

After a 4-1 start in Mountain West play, the Fresno State men’s basketball team is now in a three-way tie for the top spot in the conference standings.

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Football: Adams, former Bulldogs shine in NFL Playoffs

In only two seasons as a wide receiver for the Fresno State Bulldogs, Davante Adams shattered several records.

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Women’s Basketball: Dominant ‘Dogs drive to victory

Mountain West Conference opponents have been a breeze for the Fresno State women’s basketball team, as it beat the San Jose State Spartans 58-46 at the Save Mart Center on Wednesday night. Senior Alex Sheedy (15 points) led the Bulldogs ...

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Women’s Basketball: Rebounding from the loss

This far into the season, the Fresno State women’s basketball team will focus on adjusting in preparation for the Mountain West Conference games that begin on New Year’s Eve.

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Football: Season in review

The 2014 season was like a roller coaster ride for the Fresno State football team that finished the year with an overall record of 6-7. Things were tough early on, and the Bulldogs fell in a hole after suffering three ...

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Online access guide to the San Joaquin River now available

With the end of the semester on the horizon, the San Joaquin River Partnership announced an online guide to provide tourist destinations around the San Joaquin River. The new site, sjriver.org, will feature a detailed map that shows access points, ...

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