When it comes to who will start under center for the Bulldogs at the New Mexico Bowl, your guess is as good as any.
One day after withdrawing from the NCAA transfer portal, Fresno State quarterback Jake Haener broke his silence issuing a video mea culpa to the Red Wave.
While his exit from the transfer portal coincides with Jeff Tedford’s reintroduction as the Bulldogs’ head coach, sources tell The Sun Haener’s return has more to do with NCAA eligibility.
Tedford’s comeback, two years after departing over health concerns, was the culmination of a set of perfect circumstances that only transpired because Kalen DeBoer departed for Washington
Fresno State players spent Tuesday evening celebrating the news in 2021 fashion – with cryptic tweets featuring the teddy bear emoji.
“Tedford time” could arrive at any moment this week, national college football reporters claim. But it hasn’t quite staunched the bleeding of Bulldog staff.
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The Adrian Martinez era at Nebraska has come to an end. Could the Clovis West phenom become the next Fresno State quarterback?