Fresno State to play on truTV and Max

The Mountain West announced a slate of games to be broadcast by TNT Sports in a new agreement.

Fresno State football will play three games this season broadcast on truTV and streaming platform Max. 

The Mountain West announced Monday that it has signed a multi-year agreement with TNT Sports to broadcast games. 


The big picture: Fresno State will play its first truTV/Max game on Sep. 14, when the Bulldogs host New Mexico State in the third game of the season. 

  • The following week on Sep. 21, Fresno State will travel to New Mexico, which will be broadcast on truTV and Max. 
  • Fresno State’s last game through TNT Sports will be on Oct. 26 when the Bulldogs host San Jose State. 

State of play: The Bulldogs will now appear on four national broadcast networks, with truTV and Max added to NBC, Fox Networks and CBS Sports Network. 

  • Fresno State is still awaiting the broadcast announcement for its last game of the season at UCLA on Nov. 30. 

What they’re saying: “TNT Sports provides the Mountain West with a third national television partner to showcase the outstanding student-athletes across the league,” said Mountain West Commissioner Gloria Nevarez. “TNT Sports has always been a leader in sports broadcasting, and adding one of the top conferences in the FBS to its lineup will certainly be a benefit to MW and college football fans across the country.”

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