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Does Fresno State have the best trio of professional athletes?

The NCAA.com tournament of eight schools has been whittled down to just two. The only thing left to determine is if Fresno State or Texas A&M has the better trio of athletes from the NFL, MLB and NBA. Representing Fresno ...

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A coach on and off the court

Standing on the sidelines yelling, cheering and thinking about the next play is the man behind the Fresno State men’s basketball team – head coach Rodney Terry. Terry, the ‘Dogs’ coach since 2011, has turned the team to a Mountain ...

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The new power couple out west

By Michael Ford After years of rumors about his desire to leave Indiana, former Fresno State basketball star Paul George finally got his wish when he was traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder in a blockbuster deal. George, 27, and ...

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In case you missed it…From Fresno to Indiana: Paul George on pace for an MVP season (Featuring audio story)

Former Fresno State basketball star Paul George has faced many obstacles in his young career but none as scary as breaking his leg in a Team USA exhibition in 2014. “It was a hard time going through it and just ...

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Bulldog born, Bulldog bred: From ‘Dogs to the pros

Season Stats   Derek Carr (Quarterback, Oakland Raiders) (Fresno State 2009-2013) 3,375 yards 24 touchdowns 100.3 QB rating   The Oakland Raiders are 10-2 and one of the top teams in the NFL. They are currently in first place in ...

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From Fresno to Indiana; Paul George on pace for an MVP season

Paul George played basketball for Fresno State from 2008-10. Per game George averaged 15.5 points, 6.7 rebounds, 2.4 assists, two steals and nearly one block. He finished his time at Fresno State ranked No. 5 on the all-time Fresno State ...

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From the Valley to South Beach: Tyler Johnson strikes fire with Miami Heat

Tyler Johnson played for Fresno State from 2010-14. He started 87 of 127 games. Johnson per game averaged 10.6 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.4 assists, and 1.1 steals. He finished his time at Fresno State ranked No. 16 on the all-time ...

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2016 Olympics Celebrates Diversity

Over 200 countries came together these past two weeks in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the 31st Summer Olympic Games. Rio became the spotlight city of the summer by hosting the world famous event in a country filled with history ...

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Men’s Basketball: Paul George makes waves despite injury

While leaping into the air, as he is known to do, during a Team USA basketball scrimmage this summer, Paul George suffered one of the most gruesome injuries in recent basketball history: a compound fracture to his tibia and fibula ...

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NBA All-Star Paul George buys out home opener tickets

Fresno State men’s basketball Nov. 16 Save Mart Center opener against Cal State Northridge is technically sold out – the team’s Fan Appreciation Game. NBA All-Star and former Bulldogs stadnout Paul George bought out all unsold tickets to Fresno State’s ...

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Paul George robbed in Slam Dunk Contest

For those of us who watched ex-Bulldog Paul George in Saturday’s Slam Dunk Contest, one thing was for certain: his high-flying slams were more than enough to earn him first place.

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George goes to Pacers

Paul George became the second Fresno State athlete in 2010 to make national headlines in a professional draft after being selected tenth overall by the Indiana Pacers.

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Future could be grim for top sports

This time last year, Bulldog fans were most likely hanging their hopes on the phrase “We’ll get ‘em next year.”

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Bulldog tests draft waters

Since he first broke onto the scene, sophomore Paul George has gained recognition as a prospect for the NBA. And now may be his time to shine.

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Game day preparation

Some people may not believe in rituals, superstitions or routines, but for many athletes they’re a vital element that more than likely determines the outcome of their personal performance.

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Bulldog game day

The men’s basketball team will seek to win its first WAC Tournament Title since 2000 as it heads to Reno, Nev., for the WAC Tournament.

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Basketball receives recognition

The head coach of the women’s basketball team has earned Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honors, the second in his career at Fresno State.

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What kind of Bulldog fan are you?

The next time you are leaving the ballpark, stadium or arena at the conclusion of a Fresno State athletic event, ask yourself what mattered to you the most.

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