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Fresno State held Nevada's pistol offense to 404 yards in 2012. The Bulldogs also forced four turnovers, returning three of them for touchdowns. Defensive coordinator Nick Toth and safety Derron Smith discuss the 2013 Nevada offense going into Saturday's game.
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Paul George tries not to forget where he came from, so you’ll have to forgive him if you were trying to score a ticket for Fresno State’s home opener November 16 against Cal State Northridge.
According to Yahoo Sports, George purchased every ticket to the Bulldog’s home opener, so he could give them out for free.
George purchased the tickets for the Save Mart Center’s full...
Fresno State turns to redshirt freshman Jamal Ellis to fill in for the injured L.J. Jones. Defensive coordinator Nick Toth and safety Derron Smith discuss the secondary moving forward.
Nevada is licking its wounds after a tough home loss to rival UNLV and looking to stop a 3 game skid on the road at undefeated Fresno State. It's a tall task but if the Wolf Pack wish to continue their string of 8 straight bowl games, they must win 3 of the next 4 games. We look at this week's key match ups and let you know...
The Nevada Wolf Pack will travel to play against Fresno State with hopes of putting a blemish on the undefeated record of the Bulldogs.
Nevada (3-5) will be playing against the No. 16 ranked Fresno State Bulldogs (7-0) in a game that features two schools from the Mountain West Conference.
Coverage of the game between Nevada and Fresno State will air on ESPNU beginning at 10:30 pm...
Like many NBA players, Paul George is giving back to his alma mater, the Fresno State Bulldogs. In an honorable gesture, the Pacers guard, who recently signed a $90 million contract extension, purchased all of the tickets to the team’s home opener on November 16 to give away to fans for free.
George purchased the tickets for the Save Mart Center’s full 15,596-seat configuration...
The games in November are the games you remember, but for Fresno State, they will hope that this month will be a relatively uneventful one. The Bulldogs start a four game stretch tonight in which they could be double digit favorites in each matchup. Bulldog Playbook breaks down the keys to Saturday’s matchup versus Nevada.
Fresno State head coach Tim DeRuyter discusses Wednesday's practice.