Fresno State guard Jahmel Taylor, right, drives to the basket in an exhibition victory over Cal State San Bernardino at Save Mart Center on Tuesday, Nov., 1, 2016. Taylor is wearing prescription goggles this season and it has paid off – he has hit 16 of 28 3-pointers, ranking second in the Mountain West with a shooting percentage of 57.1.
Fresno State guard Jahmel Taylor, right, drives to the basket in an exhibition victory over Cal State San Bernardino at Save Mart Center on Tuesday, Nov., 1, 2016. Taylor is wearing prescription goggles this season and it has paid off – he has hit 16 of 28 3-pointers, ranking second in the Mountain West with a shooting percentage of 57.1. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Fresno State guard Jahmel Taylor, right, drives to the basket in an exhibition victory over Cal State San Bernardino at Save Mart Center on Tuesday, Nov., 1, 2016. Taylor is wearing prescription goggles this season and it has paid off – he has hit 16 of 28 3-pointers, ranking second in the Mountain West with a shooting percentage of 57.1. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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