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Huddleston Beats Buzzer as 'Dogs Down UCI in OT Print E-mail
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Written by Stephen Trembley   
Saturday, 09 November 2013 16:48

FRESNO - In one of the most thrilling finishes imaginable - especially on the first day of the college basketball season, Bulldogs' senior guard Allen Huddleston delivered the epic 40-foot 3-pointer from half court at the overtime buzzer that lifted Fresno State past UC Irvine 98-87 on Friday night at the Bren Events Center.

The game-winner - which was featured as the top story on ESPN's 11 p.m. PT Sportscenter telecast - was the fifth lead change in the final minute of overtime of a game. Later in that Sportscenter broadcast, Huddleston was on live with ESPN's Stan Verrett talking about the buzzer-beater that punctuated the opening day of the season.

Madera Coyotes No Match for Bullard Knights 52-21 Print E-mail
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Written by William R. Mask II   
Sunday, 03 November 2013 17:05
MADERA - Friday night at Memorial Stadium the Bullard High School Knights ran over the Madera High Coyotes for a dominating 52-21 victory. Bullard rushed the ball 31 times for 409 yards and completed six passes for 100 yards as the Coyotes surrender over 400 yards in total offense for the fourth straight week. While the defense struggled to stop the Knights, the offense continued its year long struggle as they were limited to 311 yards of total offense.

Bullard scored on its first play from scrimmage on a 78 yard touchdown run, then had consecutive drives stopped by the Coyote defense. Unfortunately, like Edison did last week, Bullard made the necessary adjustments and proceeded to score touchdowns at brake neck speed on offense and defense.

Edison Survives Coyote’s First Half Surge Print E-mail
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Written by William R. Mask II   
Monday, 28 October 2013 07:04

FRESNO - Playing a Thursday night game for the first time this season, the Madera High Coyote Football team played the section’s top-ranked team Edison Tigers live on valley-wide televsion, and after one half of play had the entire valley’s attention.

Playing with a renewed spirit and relentless effort Madera stifled Edison’s high-powered offense for the first two quarters of play.  Meanwhile, the offensive employed a running game that enabled the coyotes to establish time consuming drives that resulted in scoring opportunities. In fact, the score at halftime was Edison 7 Madera 6.

Lucky Win No. 7 - Bulldogs Beat Aztecs in OT - 35-28 Print E-mail
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Written by Jason Clay   
Sunday, 27 October 2013 21:28

SAN DIEGO - Marcel Jensen blocked a San Diego State field goal try as time in regulation expired and Marteze Waller scored a one-yard touchdown run on Fresno State's first possession of overtime to lift the 15th-ranked Bulldogs to a 35-28 victory Saturday night at Qualcomm Stadium.

The miraculous win now pushes Fresno State's record up to 7-0, the programs best start since 1991. With the conference win, the Bulldogs now sit at 4-0 in Mountain West play, handing San Diego State (3-4, 2-1 MW) its first league loss and ending the Aztecs' three-game winning streak.

Adams Named Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week Print E-mail
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Written by Matt Burkholder   
Monday, 21 October 2013 13:32

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.– The Mountain West announced on Monday morning that Fresno State sophomore wide receiver Davante Adams has been named this week’s offensive player of the week.

Adams has now won the award in back-to-back games for Fresno State dating back to the Bulldogs week six game at Idaho. This week’s award makes Adams the first MW two-time offensive player of the week this season. David Fales of San Jose State was the week seven recipient during the Bulldogs bye week.


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