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Lacrosse: Fresno State loses Bulldog battle at home

The Fresno State lacrosse team lost to the Bryant University Bulldogs 14-9 at the Soccer and Lacrosse Field on Wednesday. Seven minutes into the contest, Fresno State had a 2-1 lead, but it allowed three consecutive goals and gave Bryant ...

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Women’s Basketball: Time to rebound for Fresno State

Throughout the season, the Fresno State women’s basketball team has been able to avoid repeating history.

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Football: Ground game dooms Fresno State, ‘Dogs fall to 3-6

The Fresno State football team gave up a Mountain West record 387 all-purpose yards to Wyoming freshman running back Brian Hill en route to a 45-17 defeat to the Cowboys Saturday night at Bulldog Stadium.

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Column: Wyoming exposed Fresno State’s weaknesses

It is a common adage in football: if you have multiple quarterbacks, you have none at all.

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Football: Greenlee gets the nod

With four games left in the regular season, a new, but familiar, face will be under center for the Fresno State football team  (3-5, 2-2 Mountain West) on Saturday night when it takes on Wyoming (3-5, 1-3 MW) in a ...

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Football: Huskers spoil home opener, ‘Dogs fall to 0-3

For the first time since Nov. 26, 2011, and in head coach Tim DeRuyter’s tenure, the Fresno State football team lost a game at Bulldog Stadium Saturday.

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Football: Trojans trample ‘Dogs

The post-Derek Carr era was officially under way Saturday in Southern California when the Bulldogs took on the No. 15-ranked USC Trojans, and it did not look pretty.

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Baseball: ‘Dogs fall to Spartans in Game 3 of set

The Diamond ‘Dogs (25-24, 12-15 Mountain West) were handed a 5-2 loss by the conference rival San Jose State Spartans Sunday afternoon at Municipal Stadium.

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Women’s Basketball: ‘Dogs lose in first round to Nebraska

LOS ANGELES — The Fresno State women’s basketball team fell to 0-7 all-time in the NCAA Tournament with a first-round loss to the Nebraska Cornhuskers 74-55 at the Pauley Pavilion.

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Fresno State starts off fast but drops game late

The final game of the 2011 season paralleled how the entire year has gone for Fresno State – an opportunity within reach only to be pulled away late in the contest.

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Fresno loses another close one against WAC rival

Fresno State has had its ups and downs this season with such a young team, but it had a chance to send off 15 seniors with a win in front of the Bulldog faithful.

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Fresno State came up short at Battle by the Bay

The Bulldogs’ faithful covered Bill Walsh field with a sea of red as they came to see their ‘Dogs battle it out with California Golden Bears.

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‘Dogs no match for Tar Heels at NCAA Tournament

On Saturday, the Fresno State women’s basketball team had two things on its mind: win its first NCAA Tournament game in school history and continue the legacy of its five seniors.

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‘Dogs lose first game of the season against the Mustangs

Bulldog Baseball suffers its first loss against Cal Poly, losing 11-4 on Tuesday night.

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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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Broncos shut out ‘Dogs

BOISE, Idaho—It was ugly. It was demoralizing and even embarrassing.

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The Sports Desk

Boise State is one of the nation’s elite, and Fresno State just happened to be in the way of the Broncos’ run at BCS madness. Not a lot can be taken away from losing by a half-hundred, but a lot will be learned in how the ‘Dogs react the next two weeks. Fresno State can still finish the regular season 8-4 if it takes care of business at home against Idaho and Illinois. A lone bright spot for the Bulldogs in Boise was their run defense. Hill’s defense gave opponents a little bit of a blueprint of how to slow down Boise State’s one-two punch of Jeremy Avery and Doug Martin. The Broncos rushed for just 125 yards, a season-low.

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Three-pointers equal success for ‘Dogs

For the women’s basketball team, three-pointers are vital to the team’s offensive scheme.

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