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NBA conference finals, Champions league final and Fresno State baseball and softball playoffs

In the final episode of the semester guest host William Ramirez and guest Jorge Rodriguez talk about the NBA conference finals and which teams have an easier path to the NBA final. Also they talk about the Champions League final ...

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New coach Hutson says ‘it’s time to get the old Red Wave back’

Fresno State interim athletic director Steve Robertello named Justin Hutson the new men’s basketball coach on April 4 after news began to break the night before. In a late-night tweet last Wednesday, Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro piqued interest ...

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Season ends after record-breaking night

A 26-point deficit lit a fire in Candice White that led to a scoring effort unlike any in the history of Fresno State women’s basketball. White finished with 40 points on 17-of-29 shooting, setting the school record for points in ...

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Bulldogs win its fourth straight double-digit victory

Fresno State made it four straight double-digit victories after a convincing 86-65 victory over Mountain West Conference foe, Colorado State. With the postseason less than a month away, things couldn’t get any better for Rodney Terry’s men.  “The guys did ...

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Fresno State crushes Wyoming

The Fresno State women’s basketball team defeated Wyoming at home on Saturday, 60-47. The game was played at a much slower pace than what the Bulldogs normally like, and that kept the scoring down in the first quarter. The Bulldogs ...

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White and Utti lead ‘Dogs to win against Air Force

Fresno State women’s basketball defeated Air Force on Saturday afternoon at Clune Arena in Colorado, 64-58. The ‘Dogs are now 1-1 in the Mountain West Conference and 6-7 overall. Junior Candice White continued to lead the ‘Dogs alongside forward Maddi ...

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White shines but ‘Dogs fall short

Despite junior guard Candice White’s career-high 34 points, the Fresno State women’s basketball team lost on the road to California State University, Northridge 85-72 on Saturday. The Matadors started hitting their stride about halfway through the first quarter, taking a ...

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Hopkins leads ‘Dogs in record-setting road win

The Fresno State men’s basketball team cruised to a record-breaking 106-70 road victory against Long Beach State on Saturday, improving to 6-2. The 36-point margin of victory is the largest for a road win in program history. The previous record ...

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Free throws key to ‘Dogs’ victory

The Fresno State men’s basketball team defeated Montana State at home Saturday 80-67 on the strength of a nearly career-high in scoring from junior guard Deshon Taylor. Taylor scored a season-high 31 points, one shy of his career-best mark of ...

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Sun Devils defense too hot for ‘Dogs

A fierce Arizona State defense deprived the Fresno State women’s basketball team of easy field goals and a victory Wednesday. Fresno State shot 28.6 percent from the field in the 81-49 loss. The ‘Dogs were unable to score more than ...

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Bulldogs cruise to big win behind hot shooting

The Fresno State men’s basketball team defeated California State University, Northridge 89-73 at the Save Mart Center on Monday. The Bulldogs improved to 2-0 behind dominant shooting performances from guards Deshon Taylor and Jahmel Taylor. “Tonight was a great game ...

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Starting off the season with a win

The Fresno State women’s basketball team opened its season with a dominant 81-56 victory over Eastern Washington behind tough perimeter defense and a career day from sophomore Kristina Cavey. Cavey led the way when she was a perfect 4-of-4 on ...

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‘Dogs rout Banana Slugs in season opener

The Fresno State Bulldogs’ offense and defense were firing on all cylinders in their 96-65 victory over UC Santa Cruz on Saturday at the Save Mart Center. The ‘Dogs made seven 3-pointers before their first miss from beyond the arc, ...

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Women’s basketball is young and hungry

The Fresno State women’s basketball team is coming off a tumultuous 2016-17 season that saw the Bulldogs finish seventh in the Mountain West, while also coming within one game of calling itself conference tournament champions. “I don’t think we can ...

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Media day for winter sports creates buzz

Media day for the upcoming men’s basketball and wrestling seasons took place Tuesday at the Save Mart Center, and it’s safe to say, there is a buzz generating around both teams. The men’s basketball head coach Rodney Terry is preparing ...

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From Los Banos to the limelight: Paul Loeffler’s journey to being the voice of the Bulldogs

Paul Loeffler, the melodious voice of the Bulldogs, remembers a time when his voice was not so smooth. In fact, it may have been a little high-pitched when he was a young rookie announcing youth football. “The story I always ...

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Paul George to the Purple and Gold

Let’s face it. The legacy of the Indiana Pacers’ small forward and best player, former Bulldog Paul George, in NBA legend Larry Bird’s organization is now coming to an end. In his sixth season with the Pacers, George has yet ...

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‘Dogs test luck in Vegas, come up short

The Fresno State men and women’s basketball teams fell short in Las Vegas at the Mountain West Conference Tournament, but the men still have a shot at winning a championship. The women made it to the championship game Friday, but ...

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