Fresno State offensive coordinator Dave Schramm, left, confers with quarterback Kilton Anderson during the second half of an Oct. 24, 2015, game in Colorado Springs. Anderson hit 14 of 39 passes (35.9 percent) in the 42-14 loss and is 43 of 91 (47.3 percent) overall this season.
Fresno State offensive coordinator Dave Schramm, left, confers with quarterback Kilton Anderson during the second half of an Oct. 24, 2015, game in Colorado Springs. Anderson hit 14 of 39 passes (35.9 percent) in the 42-14 loss and is 43 of 91 (47.3 percent) overall this season. DAVID ZALUBOWSKI ASSOCIATED PRESS
Fresno State offensive coordinator Dave Schramm, left, confers with quarterback Kilton Anderson during the second half of an Oct. 24, 2015, game in Colorado Springs. Anderson hit 14 of 39 passes (35.9 percent) in the 42-14 loss and is 43 of 91 (47.3 percent) overall this season. DAVID ZALUBOWSKI ASSOCIATED PRESS

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