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.
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.
Former Washington quarterback Jake Haener is now a member of the Bulldogs. Due to NCAA rules, he’ll compete for the starting spot next season.
Since Fresno State’s last date with the Golden Gophers of Minnesota, the team has a new QB and a sizeable offensive line heading into Bulldog Stadium.
Despite Fresno State’s Week 1 loss to USC, the Mountain West as a whole had a great opening week going 9-3 with big wins over Power 5 programs.
Despite an up-and-down performance against USC, Coach Jeff Tedford noted some highlights as Fresno State prepares to take on Minnesota at Bulldog Stadium.