Fresno State could have Paul Watson – shown going up for a layup back against UNLV’s Jordan Cornish on Feb. 6 – back from a calf injury for Wednesday’s game against Air Force at Save Mart Center. Watson has missed the past three games. “There’s a chance he could get some minutes here or there,” Bulldogs coach Rodney Terry said.
Fresno State could have Paul Watson – shown going up for a layup back against UNLV’s Jordan Cornish on Feb. 6 – back from a calf injury for Wednesday’s game against Air Force at Save Mart Center. Watson has missed the past three games. “There’s a chance he could get some minutes here or there,” Bulldogs coach Rodney Terry said. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
Fresno State could have Paul Watson – shown going up for a layup back against UNLV’s Jordan Cornish on Feb. 6 – back from a calf injury for Wednesday’s game against Air Force at Save Mart Center. Watson has missed the past three games. “There’s a chance he could get some minutes here or there,” Bulldogs coach Rodney Terry said. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

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