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The Collegian Sportscast: Who is Fresno State looking to replace Rodney Terry?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and recurrent guest William Ramirez talk about who will replace Rodney Terry as head coach of the men’s basketball team, also how the Bulldogs women’s basketball team will do in their postseason game against Nevada. Special guest ...

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The Collegian Sportscast: Will Rodney Terry return next season as Men’s Basketball head coach?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and guest William Ramirez talk about how both men’s and women’s basketball teams did in the Mountain West Tournament and about Rodney Terry’s future at Fresno State, also about the NFL Combine and the upcoming March Madness.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs set to battle Utah in first round of NCAA Tournament

The No. 14-seeded Fresno State Bulldogs (25-9) are set to face the third-seeded Utah Runnin’ Utes (26-8) in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday at 4:27 p.m. PST, with the game televised on TruTV.

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Men’s Basketball: ‘Dogs capture Mountain West crown, NCAA Tournament berth

Senior guard Marvelle Harris and the second-seeded Bulldogs took down No. 1 seed San Diego State 68-63 with the league crown on the line at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas for the team’s first Mountain West Conference ...

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‘Dogs Control Cowgirls

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Full scholarships help basketball progam head in the right direction

With March Madness on the horizon and conference play nearing an end, teams are getting ready for the final stretch of the season.

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March expansion

Just weeks after the madness of March came to an end, the NCAA went into serious deliberation over expanding the men’s basketball tournament to a 96-team field.

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March Madness: Making nobodies somebodies

With 20 upsets, five overtime or double-overtime games and a David Vs. Goliath national final that was inches from crowning the improbable, the NCAA Basketball National Tournament has officially taken over as sport’s most exciting moment of the year.

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One-finger salute

The NCAA Tournament definitely lived up to its name.

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Mayhem in March

As basketball fans anxiously await the first round tip-off of March Madness, students are preparing to make arrangements in an attempt to balance basketball and school, March 18-April 5.

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One-Finger Salute

Even though we lost the gold in hockey to Canada (quick aside: our defensemen suck! Ryan Miller, you are still the man!), we have still won the most medals in the Olympics.

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Title time in the Heartland

So patient for 20 years, Kansas had no problem working an extra five minutes to bring a long-awaited championship back to the heartland.

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