Even though the ‘Dogs were a long ways from repeating as Mountain West Champions, there were some individual standouts that deserve to be recognized.
Fresno State’s oldest rival is having a very similar season to the Bulldogs. The Spartans are 4-7 and are coming off three straight losses.
It’s been a season to forget for Fresno State. With no bowl prospects, the Dogs faceoff against rival San Jose State to build some momentum for next year.
Fresno State’s starting quarterback knows a thing or two about adversity. The junior college transfer looked to make the best out of an up-and-down season.
In deciding to stay home, Josh Hokit played four positions as a walk-on for Fresno State’s football program and led its renewed wrestling program.
Somehow, Nevada found its way to a winning record in 2019, arrivng on Saturday as holding a better record and having beaten better teams than the Bulldogs
Despite being out of contention for a Mountain West title, Fresno State still has plenty to play for – starting with the final home game of the season.