Fresno State is 6-3 and coming off a loss at No. 13 Arizona as the Bulldogs head into their game against Pacific on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. “We’re still learning how to win and to close out games, like a lot of teams,” coach Rodney Terry said. “But it’s a process. You wish it could happen overnight, but you have to be in those situations and then you have to execute.”
Fresno State is 6-3 and coming off a loss at No. 13 Arizona as the Bulldogs head into their game against Pacific on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. “We’re still learning how to win and to close out games, like a lot of teams,” coach Rodney Terry said. “But it’s a process. You wish it could happen overnight, but you have to be in those situations and then you have to execute.” ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file
Fresno State is 6-3 and coming off a loss at No. 13 Arizona as the Bulldogs head into their game against Pacific on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. “We’re still learning how to win and to close out games, like a lot of teams,” coach Rodney Terry said. “But it’s a process. You wish it could happen overnight, but you have to be in those situations and then you have to execute.” ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file

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