Saturday, 24 February 2018
Home > News > Sports
Former `Dogs Return as Members of Football Staff Print E-mail
News - Sports
Written by Jason Clay - Fresno State   
Wednesday, 20 January 2016 13:50
FRESNO - A pair of coaches with ties to the Fresno State football program are returning as members of Tim DeRuyter’s coaching staff. Former Bulldog center Joe Bernardi and former Fresno State assistant coach Mark Weber were both hired Friday to be assistants on DeRuyter’s staff.

Weber, who has 36 years of coaching experience and was at Fresno State from 2004-05, will coach the offensive line. Bernardi, who was a four-year starter at center for Bulldogs from 2007-10, will coach the tight ends.

Chowchilla's Late Rally Fails - Comeback Halted With a Slip in the Mud at State Championship to Manteca-Sierra 20-15 Print E-mail
News - Sports
Written by B|V|N Newsroom   
Sunday, 20 December 2015 15:55

CHOWCHILLA - The mighty Redskins of Chowchilla Union High made history Saturday night when they entered Henry Massaro Stadium at Chowchilla High School. They were the first team in school history to battle for a CIF State Championship in Football.

In a game that was largely a battle of flawless defense's on both sides came down to the longest 2:30 minutes of football in Chowchilla's history. When all was said and done a slip in the mud with no more time outs ended the Redskin's season and gave Manteca's Sierra High School the state championship for Division IV-A 20-15.

Greenlee Throws Six TDs in Bulldog Victory at Hawai`i Print E-mail
News - Sports
Written by Jason Clay - Fresno State   
Monday, 16 November 2015 00:00
HONOLULU - Fresno State Quarterback Zack Greenlee set new career-highs with 285 yards passing and six TDs in leading Fresno State to a 42-14 win over Hawai`i at Aloha Stadium. The win was Fresno State's first on the road of the season and it came in a game where the `Dogs (3-7, 2-5 MW) forced four turnovers on a night full of penalties and scattered showers.

"Our kids have grit," Coach Tim DeRuyter said. "We challenged them to practice hard. They did that. We took care of the ball on offense and we got four take-aways on defense. We played with grit and that's what we have to do."

Nevada Pulls Away in Second Half to Beat Bulldogs 30-16 Print E-mail
News - Sports
Written by Jason Clay - Fresno State   
Friday, 06 November 2015 00:42
 FRESNO. - Nevada broke a one-point game at the half by outgaining Fresno State 335-73 in the second half in route to a 30-16 victory Thursday night at Bulldog Stadium. The loss for the Bulldogs drops their record down to 2-7 on the season and 1-5 in Mountain West play. Nevada improved to 5-4 with its second consecutive victory and the Wolf Pack now stand at 3-2 in league play.

“We had a chance at halftime, thought we competed well. Came back after half, turned the ball over and got ourselves in a hole,” head coach Tim DeRuyter said. “Give them credit, they found plays in the second half. It hurts, we got a bunch of guys who worked their tails off putting themselves in position to win a football game and didn’t get it done.”

Bulldogs Drop Road Game at Air Force Print E-mail
News - Sports
Written by Jason Clay - Fresno State   
Monday, 26 October 2015 08:24

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Air Force quarterback Karson Roberts scored four rushing touchdowns and caught another to lead the Falcons back from 14 down in the first quarter to beat Fresno State 42-14 Saturday at Falcon Stadium. The win was 10th-straight at home for Air Force (4-3, 3-1 MW). Fresno State (2-6, 1-4 MW) now must win out in order to get bowl eligible.

Fresno State opened the game with 14 unanswered points on touchdown runs of 64 and 60 yards byMarteze Waller and Dustin Garrison, respectively, only to see the Falcons come back and score 42-straight to beat the Bulldogs. “Anytime you lose it is extremely disappointing,” head coach Tim DeRuyter said. “I thought we started the game well, I thought our guys came out with a lot of fight and we executed well early. We gave up a chunk play when we didn’t fit things well, let them score, get back in it and gave them some momentum.”


Page 5 of 30

Tell a Friend


1625 Howard Road #133
Madera, California 93637
(559) 477-4275

JW Porter - Publisher/Editor
Over 6 Million Served Since 1997

Make Us Your Homepage