Posted October 04, 2013 on
Fresno State outside linebacker Ejiro Ederaine has earned his way onto the field and has made an impact in the Bulldogs’ four games this season. Ederaine discusses his development and impact on the field this season.
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Although they currently sit at 4-0, the nation is still unsure of how good Fresno State really is. When the
Bulldogs take on the Vandals they hope to answer many of the questions that have plagued them over
the past four weeks. However, the number one question that remains in the minds of most is can the
Bulldogs hold on to a big lead and win convincingly?
Last Week Fresno State’s offense through two and a half quarters confused, overwhelmed, and
dominated the Hawaii defense en route to a 42-3 lead. In the final quarter and a half the Bulldogs failed
to reach the end zone. Will we see the Bulldog offense from the first two and a half quarters of the
Hawaii game, or the Bulldog offense that failed to score the remainder of the game?
THIS SATURDAY THE VANDALS WELCOME NATIONALLY RANKED FRESNO STATE to the Kibbie Dome in a matchup of former conference foes. The Bulldogs (4-0, 2-0 MWC) enter as a Top 25 team (No.21 USA Today, No 23 AP) and a heavy favorite. The Vandals (1-4) are coming off their first victory of the season, a 26-24 win over Temple University. Inside is a quick Q&A with Bulldog Playbook writer Neil Coppola.
Bulldog Playbook breaks down the keys to the game for Fresno State's defense with insight from head coach Tim DeRuyter, defensive coordinator Nick Toth, and outside linebacker Ejiro Ederaine.
As Fresno State prepares for its fifth game of the season in Idaho Bulldog Playbook took some time to
interview the publisher of the Vandals scout site. Pat Hauge was gracious enough to answer some
questions and give Bulldog fans an insight into what to look for when the bulldogs take on the Vandals
this Saturday in Moscow, Idaho.
Defensive Coordinator Nick Toth discusses Fresno State's defense after four games.