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Fresno State Drops Season Finale 16-14 to San Jose State Print E-mail
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Written by Matt Burkholder - Fresno State   
Sunday, 27 November 2016 13:13

FRESNO – A 23-yard field goal by San Jose State in the fourth quarter turned out to be the difference on Saturday afternoon as Fresno State dropped its final game of the season 16-14 to the Spartans at Bulldog Stadium.


The Bulldogs (1-11, 0-8 MW) finished with 245 total yards of offense with 149 coming through the air and 96 on the ground. SJSU (4-8, 3-5 MW) countered with 322 total yards, 211 on the ground and 111 passing.

It's Official: Jeff Tedford Named Fresno State Head Football Coach Print E-mail
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Written by Matt Burkholder - Fresno State   
Friday, 11 November 2016 00:00
FRESNO, Calif.Jeff Tedford, 55, has been named the next Fresno State head football coach, as announced by Director of Athletics Jim Bartko on Thursday. Tedford is a Fresno State alum and was most recently an offensive consultant for the Washington Huskies.

Tedford will assume the role as the acting head coach at the conclusion of the 2016 season. Interim head coach Eric Kiesau will continue to carry out his duties for the remaining two games.

Stallions Back2Back Stadium Road Champs Print E-mail
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Written by B|V|N Newsroom   
Saturday, 05 November 2016 08:37

MADERA - The 2016 Battle of Stadium Road was a more one-sided game than the final score may have indicated. The boys of Madera South were seeking their second straight Stadium Road victory over Madera High Coyotes who failed to win a single game all season. This was the second shut-out season for the Coyotes since the 1996 season and their ninth losing season in the last ten years.

Madera High School Athletic Director John Fernandez had this to say of the Stadium Road Showdown, "This game is about Community. Our primary goal is about showcasing. Showcasing the talents of our students, from our football players, to our cheerleaders, to our band and color guard. We want to celebrate them all. It's not about football, scores or stats. We want our community to feel proud."

Coach DeRuyter Relieved of Duties at Fresno State Print E-mail
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Written by Matt Burkholder - Fresno State   
Sunday, 23 October 2016 12:35

FRESNO – Fresno State Director of Athletics Jim Bartko announced on Sunday that Tim DeRuyter has been relieved of his duties as the school’s head football coach. Offensive Coordinator Eric Kiesau has been named the interim head coach.

“Tim DeRuyter is a man of high character – a class individual who is a leader of young men,” said Bartko. “Over the time I’ve been here, the football program has shown it has the ability to be a product the Red Wave can be excited about, but the results have not been to the standard we anticipated and expect.

Four fifth-year Seniors Look to Rebound the BullDogs in 2016 Print E-mail
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Written by Jason Clay - Fresno State   
Saturday, 06 August 2016 13:22
  FRESNO - Back in early February 2012, Tim DeRuyter announced his very first recruiting class on the heels of his hiring to be Fresno State's head coach on Dec. 14, 2011. DeRuyter and his staff, which was not completely on board until just after New Year's Day, had a shortened period to assemble that first recruiting class.

In that class was 14 high school signees plus one junior college addition in offensive lineman in Mike Saenz. DeRuyter added another important piece before his first year with the late signing of Alex Fifita, who went on to garner All-Mountain West accolades in 2014 and 2015 and is now in training camp with the Atlanta Falcons.

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