Fresno State is searching for a fourth football game for next year's nonconference schedule.
Idaho had been scheduled to visit Bulldog Stadium next year, but the schools have agreed to push back the game to 2018.
Instead of playing Fresno State, Idaho will play at San Diego State next year.
"San Diego State was looking for a home game and Fresno agreed to help by agreeing to move our game," Idaho athletic director Rob Spear said in an e-mail Tuesday morning.
Fresno State now is looking to fill out its nonconference schedule with an opponent that will play at Bulldog Stadium, possibly a Football Championship Subdivision program to help balance the Bulldogs' schedule.
Fresno State has quite the juggernaut nonconference schedule already in place to start the 2014 campaign.
The Bulldogs open against two Pac-12 opponents -- first at USC on Aug. 30 then a Sept. 6 road game at Utah. Fresno State's home opener is Sept. 19 against the Big Ten's Nebraska, which will mark the first time that the Cornhuskers will play at Bulldog Stadium.
Fresno State Athletic Director Thomas Boeh has not yet responded to a message left Tuesday morning seeking comment on the change.
Earlier this month, Fresno State defeated Idaho 61-14 at the Kibbie Dome in a game that the Bulldogs controlled start to finish. But midway through, Bulldogs coach Tim DeRuyter became upset with Idaho coach Paul Petrino and claimed the Vandals coaching staff was telling players to hit Fresno State players low and late.
Petrino, in his first year with the Vandals, denied ordering players to use those tactics.
During DeRuyter's weekly news conference two days after the game, the coach said he didn't think there’d be any issue between the two programs moving forward.
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