Fresno State’s KeeSean Johnson tries to slip the tackle of Jamal Ellis during the football team’s Spring Showcase scrimmage on April 2, 2016 at Bulldog Stadium. Johnson is apparently among the few who will miss the university’s training-table program, which has been shelved amid a lack of wide interest. “I can say it definitely helped me, personally,” Johnson said. “It was making sure I ate the right things after we had a hard day of working out and stuff.”
Fresno State’s KeeSean Johnson tries to slip the tackle of Jamal Ellis during the football team’s Spring Showcase scrimmage on April 2, 2016 at Bulldog Stadium. Johnson is apparently among the few who will miss the university’s training-table program, which has been shelved amid a lack of wide interest. “I can say it definitely helped me, personally,” Johnson said. “It was making sure I ate the right things after we had a hard day of working out and stuff.” SILVIA FLORES THE FRESNO BEE
Fresno State’s KeeSean Johnson tries to slip the tackle of Jamal Ellis during the football team’s Spring Showcase scrimmage on April 2, 2016 at Bulldog Stadium. Johnson is apparently among the few who will miss the university’s training-table program, which has been shelved amid a lack of wide interest. “I can say it definitely helped me, personally,” Johnson said. “It was making sure I ate the right things after we had a hard day of working out and stuff.” SILVIA FLORES THE FRESNO BEE

Fresno State scraps training table program after few athletes used it

July 02, 2016 06:23 PM

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