Fresno State has seen a fast-paced triple threat offense before, but they’ve prepared for the unique challenges presented by Air Force.
Air Force (3-2) comes into Saturday’s matchup against Fresno State (2-2) with experience all around, starting with head coach Troy Calhoun.
So begins eight-straight games in conference, starting with a trip to Colorado Springs for a date with Air Force on Saturday.
It had been two years since wide receiver Chris Coleman has played defensive back. Then, Coach Jeff Tedford came with a big ask.
After a season-long absence due to foot injuries, the wide receiver is making his long-awaited debut for Fresno State, his family, and hometown.
Will Fresno State earn its third-straight visit to the Mountain West title game? That depends. Take a look at how the Mountain West is shaping up.
Cornerback Jaron Bryant and safety Juju Hughes have delivered consistency thus far for Fresno State. The other cornerback slot? It’s a revolving door.
The Bulldogs are at their best when the run game gets going. Expect plenty of action from Josh Hokit and Ronnie Rivers on Saturday.
Don’t let New Mexico State’s 0-4 record fool you. The schedule for the Aggies of Las Cruces hasn’t exactly been a cakewalk.