Author Archives: TJ Nijhar

From a Grizzly Bear to a Golden Bear

From the 559 to 510 is where WR Jeremiah Hunter looks to make his mark. Last summer, former Central Grizzlies Star Wide-Receiver Jeremiah Hunter made his commitment to the University of California, Berkeley. Through his Senior season Jeremiah stuck with his decision despite having offers from Oregon, Utah, Fresno State, and other PAC-12 and Mountain West schools. Jeremiah will be

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Bulldogs land Guard Kyle Harding

The Fresno State Men’s Basketball team will have seven new players on its roster next season, and one of them will be Guard Kyle Harding. Harding announced that he is transferring from Allan Hancock College Santa Maria (California) to Fresno State on April 21st via Twitter.  pic.twitter.com/fcZo406b85 — Kyle Harding (@Ibg_k1) April 21, 2020 The 6’3” guard averaged 13.6 PPG

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Utah State Vs Fresno State

The Fresno State Bulldogs are coming back after a 41-38 win, brought by kicker Cesar Silva hitting a 37 yard field goal as time expired, winning the game against Hawai’i. The Bulldogs are now 4-4(2-2). Some shining moments in this game were brought by Freshman Jalen Cropper and Freshman Evan Williams. For Cropper, he had a breakout game with three

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Bulldog Homecoming

  The Fresno State Bulldogs are coming off one of the most impressive wins this season against UNLV – 56-27. The Dogs defense came to play forcing 5 turnovers and 1 fumble recovery for a touchdown. Fresno State held UNLV Running Back, Charles Williams to 3.3 yards per carry and a total 82 yards on 25 plays. Linebacker Justin Rice came to

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The Dogs Are Back

The defending Mountain West and Las Vegas bowl champs Fresno State Bulldogs are back in action tonight versus the USC Trojans. Fresno State is a 13 point underdog, and the last time the Dogs beat USC was in the 1992 Freedom Bowl. 27 years later, that could finally change. USC leads the all time series (2-1), but the Bulldogs have

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Central Not Done Yet

The Central Grizzlies are 13-0 and are this years valley champs! Central captured their 2nd section title, in back to back years, two weeks ago when they faced liberty from Bakersfield. The valley champs will now face the Folsom Bulldogs (Sac) in the state playoffs. Winners will advance to the state championships next week! Folsom is 12-1 and ranked 5th

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