Fresno State’s Malik Forrester, here trying to put a stop on Tulsa’s D’Angelo Brewer in a September 2016 game, got his nickname Butterscotch from teammate Nate Madsen. “Nobody else called me it. But he finally got laughs from one of his jokes so he decided to ride with it.”
Fresno State’s Malik Forrester, here trying to put a stop on Tulsa’s D’Angelo Brewer in a September 2016 game, got his nickname Butterscotch from teammate Nate Madsen. “Nobody else called me it. But he finally got laughs from one of his jokes so he decided to ride with it.” CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Fresno State’s Malik Forrester, here trying to put a stop on Tulsa’s D’Angelo Brewer in a September 2016 game, got his nickname Butterscotch from teammate Nate Madsen. “Nobody else called me it. But he finally got laughs from one of his jokes so he decided to ride with it.” CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

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