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.
A farmworkers rights group that led labor battles against United Farm Workers announced new ad campaigns focused on “anti-farmworker” state legislators.
With Colorado State’s star running back on indefinite suspension, Fresno State is facing a mild amount of uncertainty on defense for its Homecoming game.
Despite key pieces of talent across its roster, the Rams of Colorado State appear in the midst of a second-straight wayward season.
Even after Fresno State had its largest win of the season, there’s no basking in the victory. It’s all about prepping for the next opponent: Colorado State.
The Bulldogs played their most complete game of the season against UNLV on Friday, earning their first Mountain West win and evening their record.
UNLV’s offense is built around the run, making that two weeks in a row the Bulldogs face an offense that’s powerful on the ground.
Redshirt freshman Emoryie Edwards, Fresno State’s top receiver the past two games, is ready to take on UNLV linebacker Javin White.