Fresno State is going to be far too young and thin to do serious damage, but the Bulldogs could start to thrive again in 2016-17 if they keep the band together.
Myles Carr, Maurice Poyadue, Dillon Root and T.J. Thomas are no longer with the Fresno State football team.
With another berth in the conference championship on the line, here's why the Red Wave can rest easy ahead of Saturday's tilt with the Warriors.
The Wolf Pack were too generous for their own good, but the Bulldogs put together their best performance of the season.
No, the Bulldogs still haven't named a starter at quarterback, but intrigue abounds beyond the biggest headline.
The upside is that there's a good reason for this: Both players looked really good during Saturday night's public scrimmage.
Media days have begun in earnest, and each team has released their initial two-deep for the upcoming season.
Derek Carr or no Derek Carr, Tim DeRuyter's third Fresno State team should look a lot like his first two, with lots of pace and ball distribution on offense and all sorts of defensive aggression.
The Bulldogs took the field for the public on Saturday morning to wrap up spring practice. Though there are still plenty of questions, the showcase did provide some insights as to how stories will...
The Bulldogs answered the critics with their best performance of the year against a Cowboys team that is now looking for answers of their own to save its season.