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Top Dog of the week: Aaron Mitchell

Senior Aaron Mitchell is a man of many roles: starting center for the Bulldogs football team, team captain, student, family man and, this week, The Collegian’s Top Dog. Mitchell led the charge for the offensive line last Saturday in the ...

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First quarter blitz sinks Bulldogs

The University of Washington football team upended the Fresno State Bulldogs 48-16 after the Huskies scored 27 points in the first quarter on Saturday. “Obviously, we played a great football team, and they executed very well,” Fresno State head coach ...

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Inside Washington football: A conversation with the The Daily sports editor

Fresno State is off to a 1-1 start, beating Incarnate Word in Week One, and losing to No. 1 Alabama in Week Two. Although the ‘Dogs lost 41-10, they showed an improved toughness over last year. Fresno State is in ...

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3 states, D.C. to vote on cannabis reforms

Three states and the District of Columbia may pass new marijuana laws come Election Day, a potential second wave of cannabis policy reform following legalization in Colorado and Washington state in 2012. Cannabis initiatives are on the Nov. 4 ballot ...

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Ride share services face legal hurdles local and statewide

Uber, Lyft and other transportation network companies, or “TNCs,” favored by Millennials are currently locked in statewide and local battles the companies say could drastically undermine the way they do business. Uber, a San Francisco-based service that enables its users ...

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Of monuments and men

In 1848, the first corner of the Washington Monument was laid on the grounds of our nation’s capital. The 555-foot memorial stands strikingly above D.C. in remembrance of America’s first constitutionally recognized president. It is safe to call this a ...

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“Drafty” Predictions

Perhaps nothing in sports is more overanalyzed than the now three-day long NFL Draft.

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Conference play comes to Beiden Field

With the bulk of a tough pre-conference schedule now behind them, the Fresno State baseball team has officially begun its quest for a third-straight Western Athletic Conference (WAC) title.

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Sports brief- Baseball team hosts Cal Poly

After winning 2-of-3 against Washington over the weekend, the Diamond ’Dogs were tested again Tuesday.

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‘Dogs best Huskies in season opener

Strong defense gets the Bulldogs started off on the right foot in their 5-4 win against Washington Friday. [hana-flv-player video=”http://collegian.csufresno.edu/video/Baseball.flv” width=”480″ height=”360″ description=”” player=”4″ autoload=”true” autoplay=”false” loop=”false” autorewind=”true” splashimage=”http://collegian.csufresno.edu/a/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/320_baseball.png” /]

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’Dogs get bowl bid, Hill staying

After days of speculation and rumors circulating in the Valley, Fresno State head coach Pat Hill has decided where he will be coaching football in 2009 — the same place he has for the past 12 seasons.

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Hill staying in Fresno, ‘Dogs headed to New Mexico

Despite recent speculation that he would be filling the head coaching vacancy at the University of Washington, Fresno State head coach Pat Hill said Thursday he will be staying with the Bulldogs.

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