Fresno State assistant Ricky Manning Jr. encourages players during warm-ups before an August 2015 scrimmage at Bulldog Stadium. After one season with the Bulldogs, Manning’s next stop will be in the NFL as assistant secondary/cornerbacks coach under Seattle’s Pete Carroll.
Fresno State assistant Ricky Manning Jr. encourages players during warm-ups before an August 2015 scrimmage at Bulldog Stadium. After one season with the Bulldogs, Manning’s next stop will be in the NFL as assistant secondary/cornerbacks coach under Seattle’s Pete Carroll. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Fresno State assistant Ricky Manning Jr. encourages players during warm-ups before an August 2015 scrimmage at Bulldog Stadium. After one season with the Bulldogs, Manning’s next stop will be in the NFL as assistant secondary/cornerbacks coach under Seattle’s Pete Carroll. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

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