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National park proposed to honor Cesar Chavez

The National Park Service proposed Thursday to Congress to honor farm-labor leader Cesar Chavez with a historic park at four sites in California and another in Arizona.

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Fresno State too much for Spartans

The Bulldogs stole the show Thursday night, literally, stealing the ball 19 times and forcing 32 turnovers overall in a 76-49 blowout of long-time rival San Jose State.

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Women’s basketball V San Jose

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‘Dogs dominate with 75th meeting

It wasn’t easy and it wasn’t pretty, but in head coach Pat Hill’s eyes, a win is a win. Playing on the road for the first time in nearly a month while battling poor weather conditions, Fresno State (5-2, 3-1) handled San Jose State (1-7, 0-3) in the 75th meeting between the two schools with a 33-18 win in Spartan Stadium.

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The Sports Desk

Game-changing moment: Jermaine Thomas’ interception Heading into the third quarter, the Fresno State offense couldn’t generate anything offensively after being shut down on their first drive to start the second half. After a Bulldogs punt, the Spartan offense marched into Fresno State State territory in a prime position to score until Thomas stepped in front of a Jordan La Secla pass. The interception led to a touchdown just four plays later on an Isaiah Burse touchdown toss to Rashad Evans. The interception was Thomas’ first of the year.

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Fresno State vs. San Jose Recap 10/23/10

The Bulldogs came out victorious in Saturday’s game against long-time rival San Jose State. After defeating the Spartans 33-18, Fresno State is now 5-2 overall and 3-1 in the WAC.

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Bulldog Game Day

After the loss to Hawaii two weeks ago, every conference game became a must-win scenario for head coach Pat Hill. Although on paper the ‘Dogs have the clear advantage over San Jose State, the two schools are facing each other for the 75th time in the long-standing rivalry.

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‘Dogs face Spartans for 75th time

When the phrase “every game is big” is thrown around, most people hear it and think it is just cliché to elaborate, but to coach Pat Hill and the Bulldogs, this saying couldn’t be more true.

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No. 8 Boise State not challenged for top spot

They are ranked No. 8 in the nation after beating Fresno, proving that they are still the superior team in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC).

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Football vs. San Jose

The Bulldogs struggled through the first half of their game against the San Jose Spartans, pulling out all the stops in the second half to score a 24-10 win.

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San Jose win gives ‘Dogs bowl hope

The Fresno State Bulldogs pulled out a second-half win against San Jose this weekend, beating the Spartans 24-10. [MEDIA=117] Read more: Running down a ‘bowl’ dream A tale of two halves for Bulldogs The Collegian’s REDWAVE Podcast: San Jose post-game

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Bulldogs back in pool for first time since 2004

The Fresno State swimming and diving team participated in its first meet since the termination of the program in 2004.

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