Even after Fresno State had its largest win of the season, there’s no basking in the victory. It’s all about prepping for the next opponent: Colorado State.
UNLV’s offense is built around the run, making that two weeks in a row the Bulldogs face an offense that’s powerful on the ground.
Redshirt freshman Emoryie Edwards, Fresno State’s top receiver the past two games, is ready to take on UNLV linebacker Javin White.
Against Air Force, Quarterback Jorge Reyna led the charge with his consistent play, showing what the offense is capable at it’s best. Can he do it again?
Last week, UNLV flipped the script on their season with a convincing win over an SEC opponent – Vanderbilt. Now, they head to Bulldog Stadium.
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.