UNLV’s Gabe McCoy, right, and Greg Francis close in on Fresno State quarterback Marcus McMaryion during the Bulldogs’ 26-16 loss Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017. The Bulldogs, who went in 4-0 in the Mountain West, generated only 292 yards of offense in the loss. Fresno State was averaging 438.3 yards in conference play.
UNLV’s Gabe McCoy, right, and Greg Francis close in on Fresno State quarterback Marcus McMaryion during the Bulldogs’ 26-16 loss Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017. The Bulldogs, who went in 4-0 in the Mountain West, generated only 292 yards of offense in the loss. Fresno State was averaging 438.3 yards in conference play. GARY KAZANJIAN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
UNLV’s Gabe McCoy, right, and Greg Francis close in on Fresno State quarterback Marcus McMaryion during the Bulldogs’ 26-16 loss Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017. The Bulldogs, who went in 4-0 in the Mountain West, generated only 292 yards of offense in the loss. Fresno State was averaging 438.3 yards in conference play. GARY KAZANJIAN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

After loss, Bulldogs must prove ability to bounce back

October 29, 2017 06:31 AM