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Young defensive linemen learn on the fly

Coming into this season, it was popular opinion that the Fresno State defensive line was going to be young and inexperienced with only one senior holdover from 2010. Since the beginning of the season, the defensive line continues to improve and has evolved into a formidable group.

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Fresno State vs. Cal [Photo Gallery]

Fresno State Bulldogs faced off against the California Golden Bears on Sept. 3rd, 2011 at Candlestick Park. Photo by Dalton Runberg

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Two ‘Dogs selected in 2011 NFL Draft

Day three of the 2011 NFL Draft was the biggest day for Fresno State hopefuls as two former Bulldogs heard their names called at the league’s annual New York City event.

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The Sports Desk

The first thing we learned during Saturday’s contest is that Robbie Rouse is not Ryan Mathews. This is not to say Rouse doesn’t have the potential to put up gaudy numbers, but the play calling didn’t suit his running style. With Rouse’s stature and slash-and-dash abilities, he is more suitable as a change-of-pace back rather than an every-down, between-the-tackles runner. A.J. Ellis, who is built more as a north and south runner, took only one carry between the tackles for six yards, longer than any carry Rouse had. Rouse is at his best in the open field as evidence by his 20-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter. Expect a running back by committee possibly when the ‘Dogs travel to Utah State on Sept. 18.

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Defense builds confidence

The Bulldog defense may not be developing a swagger, but they have gotten the best out of the offense at spring football practice.

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Trial by fire for Fresno State true freshmen

Learning in front of a crowd of 40,000 can’t be easy, but midway through the season some true freshmen have been forced to step up and contribute for the Bulldogs.

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