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Coach Ward’s tips go beyond the football field

Fresno State football strength and conditioning coach Andy Ward trains his players with athletic performance in mind, but his tips can help regular students too. Ward established his training program on three pillars: injury prevention, athletic performance and discipline. It ...

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Cement cracks may delay stadium renovations

In 2015, athletic director Jim Bartko laid out the plans for renovations to Bulldog Stadium. Although some cracks in the cement on the east side of the stadium may push back part of its renovation timeline, the project is still ...

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First quarter blitz sinks Bulldogs

The University of Washington football team upended the Fresno State Bulldogs 48-16 after the Huskies scored 27 points in the first quarter on Saturday. “Obviously, we played a great football team, and they executed very well,” Fresno State head coach ...

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Bulldogs beat Highlanders in overtime win

The Fresno State women’s soccer team sneaked past UC Riverside on Friday, beating the Highlanders 1-0 in overtime to gain its fourth consecutive win. Despite Riverside immediately trying to pressure the ball, the ‘Dogs were composed in possessions as they ...

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Jose Ramirez headlines Fight for Water 7

Former Fresno State Bulldog and Olympian boxer Jose Ramirez is returning to Fresno for the Fight for Water 7. The fight was announced last week and will be televised on ESPN. It’s scheduled for Nov. 11 at the Save Mart ...

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Top Dog of the week with Jeffrey Allison

Linebacker Jeffrey Allison had a breakout game against Alabama Saturday, his best individual performance as a Bulldog to date. The sophomore finished with a career-high 14 tackles, half of which were solo tackles. Allison’s performance has earned him this school ...

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Inside Washington football: A conversation with the The Daily sports editor

Fresno State is off to a 1-1 start, beating Incarnate Word in Week One, and losing to No. 1 Alabama in Week Two. Although the ‘Dogs lost 41-10, they showed an improved toughness over last year. Fresno State is in ...

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Finding time for fun during an intense soccer season

Senior forward Myra Delgadillo is known for her toughness and passion in the game of soccer. However, it’s her love for jokes and pranks that makes her distinct. “I’ll never forget the time we were doing a team meeting and ...

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Runners aim for faster pace

Fresno State’s cross-country team fell short Saturday at the Fresno Cross Country Invitational at Woodward Park. The Bulldogs co-hosted the event with Fresno Pacific University. The Fresno State men finished fourth behind Cal Poly, San Jose State and crosstown rival ...

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‘Bama takes care of ‘Dogs

The Alabama Crimson Tide proved to be too much for Fresno State on Saturday, backing up its No. 1 ranking with a 41-10 victory over the Bulldogs in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. In head coach Jeff Tedford’s second game at the helm, ...

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Block party at the Save Mart Center

Fresno State etched its name in the record books Tuesday night in their 3-0 volleyball victory over California State University, Bakersfield. The 862 in attendance at the Save Mart Center witnessed the team set a program record for most blocks ...

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Inside Alabama Football: A conversation with the Crimson White sports editor

Coming off a 66-0 drubbing of lower-tier opponent Incarnate Word, Fresno State now has to turn around and face the No. 1 team in the country – Alabama. The Crimson Tide beat No. 3 Florida State 24-7 in its opening ...

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A night to remember for Bulldog faithful

On a celebratory night, Fresno State retired former quarterback Derek Carr’s jersey and gave hope to fans following last season’s turmoil, dominating the Incarnate Word Cardinals 66-0. “I thought the team went into the game tonight with the focus they ...

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Two riders share journey to senior year

The Fresno State equestrian team is hopping back on its horses as it prepares for this season’s competition. For Fresno State seniors Taylor Dixon and Kylina Chalack, this will be their last collegiate season. The team ended the 2016-17 season ...

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Move the A’s to Fresno

Given the dilapidated state of the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, the Oakland A’s are talking about building a new stadium. This is nothing new – the A’s have been talking about building a new stadium for decades with nothing to show ...

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Tedford ready for first game as head coach

Football season will kick off this Saturday when the Bulldogs face Incarnate Word, but up until this week the team’s main focus has been itself. “It’s not so much about [Incarnate Word],” new head coach Jeff Tedford said during a ...

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Senior duo looks to lead volleyball to success

Lauren Torres and Jacqueline Hutcheson are looking to make the most of their final season playing collegiate volleyball for Fresno State. Torres and Hutcheson are two of five returning starters, but more notably are the two lone seniors on the ...

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Defense seeks fresh start

Fresno State’s defense is entering this season with a fresh mindset and new direction under defensive coordinator Orlondo Steinauer. The defense ranked 68th in the country in yards per game allowed and sixth in the Mountain West Conference. The coaching ...

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