Fifth-year Fresno State coach Tim DeRuyter is quick to accept blame for a 2015 season in which the Bulldogs finished 3-9 overall and 2-6 in the Mountain West after winning or sharing conference championships in his first two campaigns and a division title in the other. “But you pick yourself up, you dust yourself off and you get re-energized every year,” he says. “We expect to compete for championships and if we do the right things we’ll be poised to do that.”
Fifth-year Fresno State coach Tim DeRuyter is quick to accept blame for a 2015 season in which the Bulldogs finished 3-9 overall and 2-6 in the Mountain West after winning or sharing conference championships in his first two campaigns and a division title in the other. “But you pick yourself up, you dust yourself off and you get re-energized every year,” he says. “We expect to compete for championships and if we do the right things we’ll be poised to do that.” MARK CROSSE THE FRESNO BEE
Fifth-year Fresno State coach Tim DeRuyter is quick to accept blame for a 2015 season in which the Bulldogs finished 3-9 overall and 2-6 in the Mountain West after winning or sharing conference championships in his first two campaigns and a division title in the other. “But you pick yourself up, you dust yourself off and you get re-energized every year,” he says. “We expect to compete for championships and if we do the right things we’ll be poised to do that.” MARK CROSSE THE FRESNO BEE

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