Fresno State’s Chad Olsen waits for the ball before catching a touchdown in front of San Jose State’s Isaiah Irving on Nov. 8, 2014, at Bulldog Stadium. The junior, who has 38 career catches for 463 yards and seven touchdowns, is dealing with what the program calls “personal issues” and is not expected to return to the program.
Fresno State’s Chad Olsen waits for the ball before catching a touchdown in front of San Jose State’s Isaiah Irving on Nov. 8, 2014, at Bulldog Stadium. The junior, who has 38 career catches for 463 yards and seven touchdowns, is dealing with what the program calls “personal issues” and is not expected to return to the program. CRAIG KOHLRUSS THE FRESNO BEE
Fresno State’s Chad Olsen waits for the ball before catching a touchdown in front of San Jose State’s Isaiah Irving on Nov. 8, 2014, at Bulldog Stadium. The junior, who has 38 career catches for 463 yards and seven touchdowns, is dealing with what the program calls “personal issues” and is not expected to return to the program. CRAIG KOHLRUSS THE FRESNO BEE

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