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How does the Bryson Williams departure from Fresno State affect the men’s basketball program?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and recurring guest William Ramirez talk about Bryson Williams’ departure from Fresno State and how that affects the basketball program. Also what changes were made to the proposed $65 million dollar renovations to Bulldogs Stadium. They also ...

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Fresno State now plans roughly $45 million renovation on, around Bulldog Stadium

A once $60 million dollar renovation plan to modernize Fresno State’s Bulldog Stadium has been downgraded. University officials cite a changing financial landscape as the reason for the renovation plans to drop to $45 million with limits to the restorations. ...

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What is happening with Bulldog Stadium?

The modernization of Bulldog Stadium is still happening – but it might take a while.   The Fresno Bee reported on Jan. 14 that Fresno State had “shelved” its $60 million Bulldog Stadium modernization project plans and was instead focused ...

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Section of Bulldog Stadium to be closed Saturday after pipe burst

An irrigation pipe under the southeast side of Bulldog Stadium burst Sunday producing mud and debris in the south end zone. But it’s not expected to affect the football game Saturday. The 4 inch (it was previously reported as 2 ...

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Athletics on right track, but fans must step up

Fresno State athletics is at a turning point. History will praise or curse the current crop of leaders. Even though the football team is 1-2, fans seem happy with new head coach Jeff Tedford and his vision for the program. ...

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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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Raider Challenge: The fight to be on top

Fresno State’s Bulldog Stadium was transformed Saturday into a military competition headquarters as students from the Central Valley Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) programs fought to be the best in the third annual Fresno State Raider Challenge. “Teams ...

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Cory Nelson ‘perfect fit’ as new Air Force ROTC wing commander

A Lompoc native and a Fresno State senior studying computer science, was overwhelmed with excitement and disbelief when he received the news he was being named cadet wing commander. Cadet Cory Nelson was named cadet wing commander during the Air ...

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Athletic funding part 3: Investing in the Future

The Bulldog Stadium renovation project took a big step forward on Saturday when it was officially announced that the global engineering firm AECOM was selected as the architect. Fresno State Athletic Director Jim Bartko laid out his vision for the ...

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Bigger and better: Athletic funding part II

DG: Where is Fresno State headed in regards to conference membership? JB: I’ve talked with the president from the time I got hired until most recently. Our goal is to win our conference championship and get our facilities where they ...

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Sam Iacobellis, Fresno State alum, ‘Father of the B1 Bomber,’ dies at 87

Dr. Sam Iacobellis, a Fresno State engineering alumnus who was head of the team that developed the B1-B bomber, died Sept. 3. He was 87. Iacobellis died at a San Luis Obispo hospital from complications due to a stroke, said ...

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A letter to the Red Wave

Jim Bartko In the nine months I’ve been at Fresno State as the Director of Athletics, last week was no doubt the toughest. The press coverage surrounding the choices several student-athletes made is not indicative of the mission of our ...

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Football: Injury to senior wideout leaves glaring void in receiving corps

Fresno State senior wide receiver Aaron Peck had big plans for the 2015 season.

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Bulldog Stadium renovations kick off with new HD video board

Fresno State Athletics has installed the first step to the up-and-coming renovation plans to Bulldog Stadium – a brand new state-of-the-art video board.

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‘Dogs Advance to Mountain West Championship Game

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Soccer: ‘Dogs open new home field; drop season finale

The view was different than usual. Rather than being enclosed by 41,031 seats at Bulldog Stadium, rows of cypress trees lined the perimeter of the Fresno State soccer team’s new venue.

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Soccer: Looking toward the future

By Trentyn Pues – Special to The Collegian Despite strong leadership from the reigning Mountain West Coach of the Year Brian Zwaschka, the Fresno State women’s soccer team, 1-10 so far this season, has struggled to find wins. “So far ...

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Woman killed in officer-involved shooting ID’d

The woman shot and killed by Fresno police Friday in an apartment complex west of Fresno State after allegedly threatening two officers with a kitchen knife has been identified as Veronica Carter, 49. Police received a call from a man ...

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