Sacramento State arrives to Bulldog Stadium with a stout defense that gave Arizona State a scare two week ago.
The Visalia Rawhide celebrated the first California League championship since the 1978. Now, it appears they’re about to have new owners.
Slow starts from Fresno State’s defense, and allowing USC and Minnesota march downfield, have proven damaging. Now, they’re ramping up the energy.
The ‘Dogs enter the bye week with their heads up and a renewed focus after losing two close contests to start the season.
While hopes of a New Year’s Bowl are gone, the Mountain West Championship is still in play. Here’s where things stand for the Bulldogs moving forward.
The Mountain West boasted a big victory at the Rose Bowl, but took on underwhelming non-conference wins and disappointing losses last week
The Dogs snatched defeat from the jaws of victory, losing 38-35 in double OT to Minnesota in a fashion eerily similar to last week against USC.
Fresno State’s home opener against Minnesota has arrived. Here’s what to watch for during Saturday’s game.
Fresno State’s headline, four-star recruit going into 2019 already made plays against USC. Now, Jalen Cropper is preparing for his debut at Bulldog Stadium.
Reyna has bounced back in practice and has a chance Saturday to face another Power 5 opponent in Minnesota – a second chance, in a way.