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    Coach Andy Ward leads Fresno State's offseason progression (1:28)

    Fresno State Strength and Conditioning Coach Andy Ward explains his philosophies and how they are helping the Bulldogs improve going into the 2018 season.

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    Stadium - Men's College Basketball | Mountain West Celebrates Successful 2017-2018

    The academic year included three first-round NFL Draft Picks, the opening of a new stadium, Sweet 16 berth, national champions, a Hall of Fame inductee and a first-round NBA draft pick.

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    Fresno State introduces new athletic director Terry Tumey (1:19)

    Terry Tumey introduces himself to Fresno State fans and explains his vision for Bulldog athletics going forward.

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    Stadium - College Football | Fresno State WR KeeSean Johnson Joins Campus Insiders

    Ahead of the 2018 college football season, Fresno State WR KeeSean Johnson joined Campus Insiders to discuss his relationship with head coach Jeff Tedford and answer some rapid-fire questions!

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    Stadium - College Football | Countdown To MW Kickoff 2018 - 100 Days

    We are 100 days away from the kickoff of the 2018 Mountain West football season, which begins on Saturday, August 25.

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    World War II Veterans, former Bulldogs, take Honor Flight (2:06)

    Two former Fresno State Bulldogs, Bill Robinson, and Jerry Jury played in the 1940s after serving in the Navy during World War II. In May the two veterans went on the Central Valley Honor Flight to Washington D.C. to see the memorials built in their honor.

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    Stadium - College Baseball | Dempsey Makes Two Insane Catches

    Check out Fresno State OF Nolan Dempsey making two insane catches against San Jose State.

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    Fresno State running back Ronnie Rivers updates injury (2:06)

    Fresno State running back Ronnie Rivers details his injury suffered during spring practice and how long it may sideline him for.

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    Fresno State spring football highlights on offense (1:26)

    See the Fresno State Bulldog offense in action from spring football practice. The Bulldogs return eight of 11 starters from last year's offense, which helped lead the 'Dogs to a 10-4 record in 2017.

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    Fresno State adds coaches Kenwick Thompson and Lucas Gingold (1:12)

    New Fresno State assistant football coaches Kenwick Thompson (linebackers) and Lucus Gingold (assistant to special teams / running backs) discuss their new jobs with the Bulldogs.

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    Stadium - Men's College Basketball | Valley Local Justin Hutson Returns to Lead Fresno State Me

    Fresno State has announced that Justin Hutson will take over as the new men's basketball head coach. Hutson has over a decade of MW men's basketball coaching experience, most recently as an assistant at San Diego State.

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    Justin Hutson introduced as new Fresno State basketball coach (1:57)

    San Diego State assistant coach Justin Hutson was introduced in his new job as Fresno State's new men's basketball head coach.

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    Marcus McMarion starts first spring with Bulldogs (3:07)

    Fresno State starting quarterback Marcus McMarion details his first full offseason as a Bulldogs, after joining the program last August.

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    Jeff Tedford recaps Fresno State's first spring practice (2:53)

    The Fresno State Bulldogs opened spring football on March 12, coming off a 10-4 season. Head Coach Jeff Tedford recapped what he saw on Day 1, and what the team's goals are for the 15 spring practices.

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    Stadium - Men's College Basketball | Quarterfinal Game 2 Highlights: #5 San Diego State Aztecs

    Highlights from Quarterfinal Game 2 of the 2018 Mountain West Men's Basketball Tournament as No. 5 San Diego State defeats No.4 Fresno State, 64-52

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    Stadium - Men's College Basketball | Quarterfinal Game 2 Post Game: Brian Dutcher Interview

    The Mountain West Network chats with San Diego State's head coach Brian Dutcher after the Aztecs defeated Fresno State, 64-52, in quarterfinal game two of the 2018 Mountain West Men's Basketball Championship.

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    Stadium - Men's College Basketball | Quarterfinal Game 2 Post Game: Trey Kell Interview

    The Mountain West Network chats with San Diego State's Trey Kell after the Aztecs defeated Fresno State, 64-52, in quarterfinal game two of the 2018 Mountain West Men's Basketball Championship.

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    Stadium - Men's College Basketball | 2018 MW Men's Basketball Tournament Bracket Reveal

    Here's your first look at the 2018 Mountain West Men's Basketball Tournament bracket, which tips off on Wednesday, March 7 in Las Vegas.

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    Fresno State wins fourth straight, 86-65 over Colorado State (2:14)

    The Fresno State Bulldogs won their fourth straight game, defeating the Colorado State Rams 86-65. Bryson Williams led the way with 19 points and 20 rebounds. The Bulldogs improved to 19-8 on the season and 9-5 in the Mountain West.

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    Stadium - College Football | Three-Star WR Austin Alexander Makes His College Decision

    Austin Alexander, three-star WR out of St. Thomas Moore and brother of NFL linebacker Lorenzo Alexander, made his college decision live on Stadium.

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    Fresno State Signs One on 2018 National Signing Day, More on Tap (2:46)

    Fresno State Head Coach Jeff Tedford recaps the Bulldogs' 2018 recruiting class and highlights the lone signee on National Signing Day, Shawn Dourseau.

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    Stadium - Men's College Basketball | Jaron Hopkins and Bryson Williams Pace Fresno State Over W

    Jaron Hopkins tallied 16 points and Bryson Williams had 12 points and rejected two shots as Fresno State topped Wyoming 80-62.

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    Stadium - Men's College Basketball | Cody Martin and Josh Hall Pace Nevada Past Fresno State

    Cody Martin scored 22 points and Josh Hall added 19 in Nevada's 102-92 win over Fresno State on Wednesday.

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    Utah State 3-Pointer Breaks Fresno State Bulldogs' Hearts (1:42)

    The Fresno State Bulldogs fell 65-62 to the Utah State Aggies on Saturday after Daron Henson's game-winning 3-pointer with less than a second remaining.

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    Terrell Carter II was a defensive force to seal the win for Fresno State (0:41)

    Terrell Carter II was a defensive force to seal the win for Fresno State

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    Bulldogs Shoot Lights Out in 89-80 Win Over New Mexico (1:45)

    The Fresno State Bulldogs defeated the New Mexico Lobos 89-80 thanks to 65.3 percent shooting from the field and 75 percent shooting from 3-point range - a team record.

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    Fresno State's Rally Falls Short Versus Boise State (1:46)

    The Fresno State Bulldogs threatened in the final minutes, but could not prevent the Boise State Broncos from winning wire-to-wire in the Save Mart Center, 70-64.

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    Fresno State Running Back Josh Hokit Wins in Wrestling Debut (2:44)

    Fresno State running back Josh Hokit shed 27 pounds after leading the Bulldogs in rushing in the Hawaii Bowl on Dec. 24 to compete for the Fresno State wrestling team in the 197 weight class on Jan. 4. Hokit won by pin on an impressive move in 4:14.

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    Fresno State Bounces Back in 71-59 Win over Air Force (1:45)

    Fresno State Head Coach Rodney Terry and Bulldog forward Ray Bowles explain how they recovered from their loss to Nevada on Wednesday and defeated Air Force on Saturday.

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    Fresno State Falls Flat versus Nevada in MW Opener (1:13)

    Fresno State Head Coach Rodney Terry discusses what went wrong in the Bulldogs' 80-65 loss to the Nevada Wolf Pack.

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    Rodney Wright III Signs to Follow Father's Fresno State Legacy (3:49)

    Three-Star Clovis West wide receiver Rodney Wright III talks about his future at Fresno State, live from his signing ceremony. Wright's father, Rodney Wright Jr., was one of Fresno State quarterback David Carr's top receiving options in the early 2000s.

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    Fresno State Commit Emoryie Edwards Discusses Signing Day (3:49)

    Three-Star Tulare Union wide receiver Emoryie Edwards talks about his future at Fresno State and the early signing period, live from his signing ceremony.

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    College Football Expert Picks: Fresno State vs. Houston (0:46)

    Danny Kanell joins Chris Hassel to break down the Hawaii Bowl, presented by CDW.

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    Fresno State Hosts Oregon Ducks Saturday (1:45)

    The Fresno State Bulldogs host a highly anticipated non conference game versus the Oregon Ducks Saturday at 3 p.m. PT. The game will be televised on CBS Sports Network. Fresno State Head Coach Rodney Terry and players Sam Bittner and Ray Bowles preview the game.

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    Fresno State Bulldogs Win Seventh Straight Game (1:41)

    Fresno State Head Coach Rodney Terry and forward Ray Bowles recap the Bulldogs' seventh straight win, a 78-52 win over Arkansas Pine Bluff, leading into the team's highly anticipated home game versus Oregon.

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    Stadium - College Football | Join us for the 2017 Mountain West Football Championship

    The Battle on The Blue for a Mountain West Championship - December 2nd.

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    Stadium - College Football | MW Football Championship Report: Thursday (11/30/17)

    Cassie Soto reports from Fresno State on how wide receiver KeeSean Johnson could break a program record in the Championship game, while Jesse Kurtz explains how Leighton Vander Esch's improbable run to becoming Boise State's leader has made the Broncos a championship contender.

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    Stadium - College Football | Quest For A Championship

    Boise State and Fresno State student-athletes talk about the opportunity to play in the 2017 MW Football Championship Game.

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    Tedford, Bulldogs React to Heartbreaker in Boise (2:08)

    Fresno State Head Coach Jeff Tedford, quarterback Marcus McMaryion and linebacker Jeffrey Allison discuss the Bulldogs' 17-14 loss at Boise State in the Mountain West Conference Championship Game.

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    WATCH: Ryan Wolpin scores the go-ahead TD for Boise State (0:18)

    Ryan Wolpin's 2-yard rush gives Boise State the go-ahead touchdown to win the Mountain West Championship.

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    Fresno State, Boise State Preview Mountain West Championship (3:15)

    Fresno State Head Coach Jeff Tedford, quarterback Marcus McMaryion and linebacker Jeffrey Allison, along with Boise State Head Coach Bryan Harsin and quarterback Brett Rypien, preview the Mountain West Conference Championship Game between the Bulldogs and Broncos.

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    Stadium - College Football | 2017 MW Football Players & Coach of the Year Awards

    Jesse Kurtz of the Mountain West Network runs down the 2017 award winners which includes Rashaad Penny (SDSU), Leighton Vander Esch (Boise State), Armani Rogers (UNLV) and Jeff Tedford (Fresno State).

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    WATCH: KeeSean Johnson rips open game with 81-yard TD (0:25)

    Fresno State WR KeeSean Johnson reels in the deep ball from QB Marcus McMaryion and keeps on running 81 yards until he dives into the endzone for the backbreaking touchdown to put Fresno up 26-17 over #23 Boise State.

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    Stadium - College Football | Fresno State Takes Out Boise State

    Fresno State took down #23 Boise State 28-17 in Week 13 led by QB Marcus McMaryion who racked up 332 passing yards and two touchdowns.

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    Fresno State Celebrates Milk Can Trophy After Boise State Win (1:22)

    The Fresno State Bulldogs defeated the Boise State Broncos 28-17, finishing the regular season 9-3. After the win, the Bulldog players reclaimed the Milk Can rivalry trophy and brought it to injured senior Nate Madsen.

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    WATCH: Fresno's Jordan Mims plows through for touchdown (0:15)

    Bulldogs RB Jordan Mims took the 3rd and goal run straight ahead and into the end zone to increase Fresno's lead to 16-7 over #23 Boise State.

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    WATCH: Boise State starts drive with big flea flicker (0:21)

    Boise QB Brett Rypien gets the ball back from his halfback and launches a deep ball to WR Cedrick Robinson, who hauls in a big 45-yard grab. Boise would go on to score later in the drive.

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    WATCH: Fresno State grabs early lead off Johnson TD (0:18)

    On the Bulldogs opening drive, QB Marcus McMaryion fires a ball to WR KeeSean Johnson for the 5-yard touchdown. Fresno State goes up 7-0 on the score.

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    Stadium - College Football | MW Football Players of the Week - 11/20/17

    UNLV QB Armani Rogers, Fresno State LB George Helmuth and San Diego State PR/KR Rashaad Penny win weekly awards

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    Stadium - College Football | Boise State to play Fresno State in the 2017 Mountain West Football Cha

    Boise State and Fresno State will play in the 2017 Mountain West Football Championship Game on Saturday, December 2. Kickoff is set for 5:45 p.m. MT/4:45 p.m. PT and the game will be televised on ESPN for the second consecutive year.

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