Chason Virgil hands off to Justin Rice on the first day of Fresno State’s fall camp Aug. 4, 2016. Rice, a freshman from Central Catholic High-Modesto, later went down with a broken foot that was expected to sideline him up to eight weeks. But coaches remain optimistic about his chances of playing this season.
Chason Virgil hands off to Justin Rice on the first day of Fresno State’s fall camp Aug. 4, 2016. Rice, a freshman from Central Catholic High-Modesto, later went down with a broken foot that was expected to sideline him up to eight weeks. But coaches remain optimistic about his chances of playing this season. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Chason Virgil hands off to Justin Rice on the first day of Fresno State’s fall camp Aug. 4, 2016. Rice, a freshman from Central Catholic High-Modesto, later went down with a broken foot that was expected to sideline him up to eight weeks. But coaches remain optimistic about his chances of playing this season. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

Fresno State RB Justin Rice shows some sizzle after foot injury

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