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‘Dogs honored

On Tuesday, the Fresno County Board of Supervisors declared Feb. 6 as “Fresno State Football Day” and “Coach Jeff Tedford Day.” “This means a lot to me, personally, to come back to Fresno, being my alma mater, having gone to ...

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Fresno State is California’s only bowl win

The Fresno State football team is the only California team to win a bowl game this season. The Bulldogs defeated the Houston Cougars in this year’s Hawai’i Bowl 33-27 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii on Dec. 24. Other California ...

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Hawai’i Bowl Champions!

The Fresno State Bulldogs defeated the Houston Cougars in this year’s Hawai’i Bowl, 33-27 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawai’i, on Christmas Eve. “I can’t say enough about this team, the coaching staff. To go from one win to ten ...

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‘Dogs visit Valley Children’s Healthcare

The Fresno State football team stopped all Hawai’i Bowl preparations to spread some holiday cheer at Valley Children’s Healthcare on Monday. “It’s a great experience for the players to get to come visit the children at Valley Children’s [Healthcare], to ...

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What’s next for the ‘Dogs? Hawaii

Even though Fresno State lost in the Mountain West Championship game, the team gets somewhat of a consolation prize: a trip to the Hawaii Bowl against the Houston Cougars. “Every team in college football wants to extend their playing season, ...

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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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Fresno State accepts bid to play in Sheraton Hawaii Bowl

The Bulldogs will be spending Christmas in Hawaii this postseason. Fresno State, which concluded the regular season as a co-champion of the Mountain West Conference, accepted a bid to play in the 2012 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl, Athletic Director Thomas Boeh ...

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