The ground attack proved to be too much for Fresno State’s defense to handle in the 43-24 loss at Air Force.
Despite stringent restrictions on recruits for its football program, Air Force’s success on the gridiron boils down to one thing: discipline.
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.