Frenso State’s Jamire Jordan and the rest of the Bulldogs hope to avoid a season-long trend of slow starts on both sides of the ball when they take on an up-tempo Tulsa team Saturday at Bulldog Stadium.
Frenso State’s Jamire Jordan and the rest of the Bulldogs hope to avoid a season-long trend of slow starts on both sides of the ball when they take on an up-tempo Tulsa team Saturday at Bulldog Stadium. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Frenso State’s Jamire Jordan and the rest of the Bulldogs hope to avoid a season-long trend of slow starts on both sides of the ball when they take on an up-tempo Tulsa team Saturday at Bulldog Stadium. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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