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2 hrs ago | The Fresno Bee
Fresno State ran 1,088 plays last season, 83.7 per game, and as offensive coordinator Dave Schramm pointed out: The Bulldogs got there without pushing tempo in the fourth quarter of some of their games.
7 hrs ago | ESPN
Oakland Raiders potential franchise quarterback Derek Carr can make up for some lost time Thursday in the preseason finale against visiting Seattle.
Defensive lineman Tyeler Davison's ability to play at nose guard or end allows Fresno State the chance to find the matchups that fall in his favor.
Details behind USC senior cornerback Josh Shaw sustaining two high ankle sprains over the weekend are unclear.
They also lost their two top receivers in Davante Adams and Isaiah Burse. But an experienced offensive line -- Fresno's 67 career starts among returning linemen is third in the conference -- give reason to believe the defending champions can remain the team to beat.
Fresno State's Donavon Lewis wraps up Hawaii quarterback Ikaika Woolsey for one of his five sacks last season.
Shaw, a fifth-year senior, will be sidelined indefinitely because of ankle injuries suffered while rescuing a relative in distress in a swimming pool.
Safety Phillip Thomas, who missed his entire rookie season because of a Lisfranc sprain in his left foot, will need to undergo further examination after experiencing inflammation following the Redskins' preseason game at Baltimore on Saturday, coach Jay Gruden said.
Nov 23, 2013; Fresno, CA, USA; Fresno State Bulldogs running back Dontel James runs onto the field with teammates before the start of the game against the New Mexico Lobos at Bulldog Stadium.
Fresno State senior quarterback Brandon Connette has yet to separate himself from Brian Burrell and both will likely see playing time in Saturday's opener at USC.
Fresno State's Derron Smith celebrates a sack in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Fresno, Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013.
After spring ball and nearly a month of fall camp, Fresno State has only thinned its list of possible successors to Derek Carr as the team's quarterback.
Power 5, the Mountain West isn't, and Fresno State remains good enough to be greater than most in these parts.
Maurice Poyadue and Ioane Sagapolu took different paths, but both got through fall camp right where Fresno State needed them -- front and center, smack in the middle of the defensive line.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 11:56 am
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