Fresno State’s Julien Lewis tries to drive past Evansville’s Jaylon Brown, left, and Blake Simmons on Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015. The Bulldogs lost 85-77 at the Save Mart Center, suffering 14 turnovers and poor second-half shooting. After a week off, Fresno State looks to get tuned up for Mountain West Conference play with its final nonconference game, Sunday, Dec. 27 against visiting Pacific Union.
Fresno State’s Julien Lewis tries to drive past Evansville’s Jaylon Brown, left, and Blake Simmons on Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015. The Bulldogs lost 85-77 at the Save Mart Center, suffering 14 turnovers and poor second-half shooting. After a week off, Fresno State looks to get tuned up for Mountain West Conference play with its final nonconference game, Sunday, Dec. 27 against visiting Pacific Union. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Fresno State’s Julien Lewis tries to drive past Evansville’s Jaylon Brown, left, and Blake Simmons on Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015. The Bulldogs lost 85-77 at the Save Mart Center, suffering 14 turnovers and poor second-half shooting. After a week off, Fresno State looks to get tuned up for Mountain West Conference play with its final nonconference game, Sunday, Dec. 27 against visiting Pacific Union. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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