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Fresno State misses an opportunity in final season of BCS

Fresno State’s loss to San Jose State Saturday marked the end of the Bulldogs’ last, slim chance at a BCS bowl and the perks that come with it. When Northern Illinois passed Fresno State in the BCS standings on Nov. ...

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Bulldogs boast national attention on offense

It’s no secret. Fresno State’s top performers are attracting many national accolades as a result of a surge in offensive production and returning veterans on a defense that forced 35 turnovers last season.

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Second-half explosion fuels ‘Dogs

The No. 14 Fresno State Bulldogs (9-0, 6-0 Mountain West Conference) kept their undefeated streak alive and moved up in the BCS rankings with a 48-10 victory over the Wyoming Cowboys (4-5, 2-3 MWC).

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Powering through the pack: Fresno State beats Nevada

  A sold-out Bulldog Stadium was blacked out Saturday night, as the Fresno State Bulldogs (8-0, 4-0 Mountain West Conference) collared the Nevada Wolf Pack (3-6, 2-4 MWC) 41-23.

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Harper plays pivotal role in Carr’s record night

Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr broke another record Saturday night in the Bulldogs’ 41-23 win over Nevada at Bulldog Stadium.

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Football: ‘Dogs keep BCS hopes alive

It was not easy, but the No. 16 Fresno State Bulldogs remain undefeated after a close victory over the San Diego State Aztecs on Saturday.

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A view from the ‘Dog Pound’

The reaction in the stands and on the field Friday night explained everything people needed to know about the significance of the Fresno State Bulldogs beating the Boise State Broncos.

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A lot of time has past since Fresno State has won a big game

Fresno State head coach Pat Hill is known both locally and nationally for his mantra “anyone, anytime, anywhere.” He has lead Fresno State to 15 wins against Bowl Championship Series (BCS) teams since the year 2000.

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Welty sounds off on BCS

In the wake of the Department of Justice questioning college football’s lack of a postseason playoff, Fresno State President John Welty issued a statement Thursday evening backing the proposed notion that the current Bowl Championship Series system must go.

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Illinois comes to Fresno

Big 10 opponent Illinois makes the trip to Bulldog Stadium this Friday in the final home game of the season.

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Fresno State’s poor performance boosts Boise State’s BCS credentials

BOISE, Idaho—For about one quarter it looked as if Fresno State had a glimmer of hope of holding Boise State’s Bowl Championship Series dreams.

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MWC benefits at Benson’s expense

It’s safe to say Western Athletic Conference commissioner Karl Benson probably hasn’t slept well for much of this summer. After all, how could he sleep in peace after the one thing holding together the conference he runs bolted for bigger ...

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Future could be grim for top sports

This time last year, Bulldog fans were most likely hanging their hopes on the phrase “We’ll get ‘em next year.”

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Anyone, anytime, anywhere

After years of playing under head coach Pat Hill’s mantra - anybody, anytime, anywhere - the efforts made by teams in the past are finally starting to pay off.

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Fresno State athletics bleed red

The Athletic Corporation Budget Committee for Fresno State held its mid-semester meeting Wednesday in the meeting room at the North Gym Annex to discuss the current state of the school’s athletic budget.

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Where does the money go?

The Bowl Championship Series (BCS) is notorious for being a money generating opportunity for athletic departments around the country, and with the dust finally settling from all the bowl games and the dollars being distributed, Fresno State will reap the benefits.

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Fans should be happy with the BCS, right?

It’s late October, and with it comes the perennial orgy of “Why the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) Sucks” columns.

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A scheduling conflict

“Anyone, anytime, anywhere,” has become a phrase synonymous with Fresno State football.

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