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‘Dogs set to take on Rice in Hawaii Bowl

Aided by a late-season surge, the Fresno State football team is now headed to its third bowl game in three seasons under head coach Tim DeRuyter. The Bulldogs will head to the Hawaii Bowl in Honolulu, where they will play ...

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs win first road game of year, establish two-game win streak

The Fresno State men’s basketball team came up big in the waning minutes of a close road game against the Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners, ultimately coming away with a 63-61 win Saturday night at the Icardo Center.

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Football: ‘Dogs fall short in Mountain West title game

The Fresno State Bulldogs fell short of a third consecutive Mountain West Championship Saturday night to No. 22 Boise State at Albertsons Stadium 28-14.

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Championship Preview: The Boise Battle continues

After an up-and-down season that featured adversity time and time again, the Fresno State football team is in contention for what it had its eyes set on the whole time: a Mountain West Championship.

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Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs beat UC Riverside

There were many things going the Fresno State women’s basketball team’s way, as it beat the UC Riverside Highlanders 73-61 Thursday at the Save Mart Center.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs snap five-game losing streak

Three Bulldogs scored in double figures to help lift the Fresno State men’s basketball team past UC Irvine 72-63 Wednesday night at home.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs fall short in Pac-12 matchup

The Fresno State men’s basketball team (1-6) dropped its fifth-straight contest, this time  at the hands of the California Golden Bears (5-1) Sunday afternoon at the Save Mart Center.

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Football: ‘Dogs clinch West Division, advance to Mountain West Championship game

In its final home game of the season, the Fresno State football team held off a late rally by Hawaii Saturday night at Bulldog Stadium to advance to the Mountain West Championship for the second consecutive year.

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Column: ‘Dogs show new life in important win

Consider one part of the destiny controlled.

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Football: ‘Dogs keep first-place spot with win over Nevada

RENO, Nevada — A solid second-half outing in Saturday’s 40-20 victory over the Nevada Wolf Pack put the Fresno State football team (5-6, 4-3 Mountain West) in a scenario where it is now one win away from playing in the ...

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Valley-native Bartko introduced as Fresno State athletic director

The Bulldog Foundation room in the Save Mart Center was abuzz with optimism Friday morning, as Fresno State introduced its new athletic director.

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Football: Fresno State visits Nevada Saturday

Coming off a bye week with full control of its destiny, the Fresno State football team will travel to Reno to take on the Wolf Pack for a Week 13 Mountain West showdown that will determine its faith.

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Women’s Basketball: A roadblock for opponents

Let it be known, if there is one thing that Fresno State center Bego Faz Davalos enjoys, it is jumping up at just the right time and swatting the basketball to preserve her team’s lead.

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Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs get physical in win over Stanislaus

In its win Wednesday night, the Fresno State women’s basketball team relied on an aggressive presence led by the tandem of forward Alex Sheedy and center Bego Faz Davalos.

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Football: The upcoming Nevada game is critical for season success

The mentality the rest of the way for the Fresno State football team is simple: win out and you’re in.

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Column: ‘Dogs embrace passing culture

By the end of the first half of Monday’s game, the Fresno State men’s basketball team looked different than usual.

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Soccer: Fresno State soccer team looks positively at subpar season

The Fresno State women’s soccer team finished with a 4-16 overall record, 3-8 in Mountain West play, not a finish any team with playoff aspirations hoped for.

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Men’s Basketball: Fresno State captures first win in home opener

A strong second-half performance helped lift the Fresno State men’s basketball team over the Bristol University Bears (0-3) 93-55 in Monday night’s home opener at the Save Mart Center.

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