The Bulldogs received some unfortunate news Monday: head coach Jeff Tedford announced center Matt Smith is out for the season. …
The Bulldogs managed to come back in the second half and win 41-38 in Hawaii, keeping their aspirations for a …
Fresno State faces a Hawaii roster with four receivers each accumulating 400 receiving yards on the season. The ultimate goal: keep them contained.
Mark down the Washington Nationals’ World Series championship as another ringing endorsement for the Fresno Grizzlies.
Despite a difficult loss to Colorado State, Fresno State’s running game came alive on Saturday in a way that hasn’t happened all season.
Once a foe facing off against David Carr, Hawaii head coach Nick Rolovich is leading the highest powered offense in the Mountain West.
In a statement issued by club owner Ray Beshoff, the investor group behind Fresno FC “will almost certainly be relocating the team.”
In spite of Saturday’s opportunity-filled loss against Colorado State, Jeff Tedford and his Bulldogs still hold their destiny in their hands.
Fresno State just couldn’t finish in the fourth quarter with the offense stalling during crunch time, losing to Colorado State 41-31 on homecoming.
Offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb, looking back to Fresno State’s matchup against UNLV, said that there were two roads the ‘Dogs could have gone down.