Aaron Peck and other Fresno State receivers had trouble breaking away for big gains last season, with the Bulldogs’ 5.9-yard average per pass play ranking 116th in the nation. One of the reasons was that wideouts were too often left on their own thanks to ineffective blocking on the perimeter.
Aaron Peck and other Fresno State receivers had trouble breaking away for big gains last season, with the Bulldogs’ 5.9-yard average per pass play ranking 116th in the nation. One of the reasons was that wideouts were too often left on their own thanks to ineffective blocking on the perimeter. GARY KAZANJIAN Associated Press
Aaron Peck and other Fresno State receivers had trouble breaking away for big gains last season, with the Bulldogs’ 5.9-yard average per pass play ranking 116th in the nation. One of the reasons was that wideouts were too often left on their own thanks to ineffective blocking on the perimeter. GARY KAZANJIAN Associated Press

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