Fresno State assistant Joe Wade was not retained after seven seasons. Wade spent his first six years coaching running backs and former stars Ryan Mathews and Robbie Rouse flourished under his tutelage. He moved over to receivers coach prior to this past season, and his absence was felt as the Bulldogs’ running production dropped from 182.4 yards per game in 2014 to 136.8 in 2015.
Fresno State assistant Joe Wade was not retained after seven seasons. Wade spent his first six years coaching running backs and former stars Ryan Mathews and Robbie Rouse flourished under his tutelage. He moved over to receivers coach prior to this past season, and his absence was felt as the Bulldogs’ running production dropped from 182.4 yards per game in 2014 to 136.8 in 2015. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Fresno State assistant Joe Wade was not retained after seven seasons. Wade spent his first six years coaching running backs and former stars Ryan Mathews and Robbie Rouse flourished under his tutelage. He moved over to receivers coach prior to this past season, and his absence was felt as the Bulldogs’ running production dropped from 182.4 yards per game in 2014 to 136.8 in 2015. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

Fresno State football: Staff overhaul continues with Joe Wade, Phil Earley not retained

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