The Bulldogs are at their best when the run game gets going. Expect plenty of action from Josh Hokit and Ronnie Rivers on Saturday.
Don’t let New Mexico State’s 0-4 record fool you. The schedule for the Aggies of Las Cruces hasn’t exactly been a cakewalk.
Coming off a 23-win season and third-place finish in the Mountain West, the Fresno State basketball team is gearing up for a new year with a new mantra.
Despite the messy performance Saturday, head coach Jeff Tedford saw enough positives in Fresno State’s performance to instill confidence moving forward.
Following two close losses for the Bulldogs, Saturday’s matchup against Sac State is an opportunity to build up confidence.
Six true freshmen have seen the field for Fresno State two games into the season, and based on their performance, they should continue to earn playing time.
Fresno State head coach Jeff Tedford made one thing very clear in his press conference Monday: he respects Sacramento State. It’s well deserved.
Sacramento State arrives to Bulldog Stadium with a stout defense that gave Arizona State a scare two week ago.
Slow starts from Fresno State’s defense, and allowing USC and Minnesota march downfield, have proven damaging. Now, they’re ramping up the energy.