Fresno State’s Chad Olsen waits for the ball before catching a touchdown pass in front of San Jose State’s Isaiah Irving in the first half of a November 2014 game at Bulldog Stadium. Olsen improved on the 13 catches he had in 14 games as a freshman by making 19 receptions in 11 games last season, though his TDs fell from four to three.
Fresno State’s Chad Olsen waits for the ball before catching a touchdown pass in front of San Jose State’s Isaiah Irving in the first half of a November 2014 game at Bulldog Stadium. Olsen improved on the 13 catches he had in 14 games as a freshman by making 19 receptions in 11 games last season, though his TDs fell from four to three. CRAIG KOHLRUSS THE FRESNO BEE
Fresno State’s Chad Olsen waits for the ball before catching a touchdown pass in front of San Jose State’s Isaiah Irving in the first half of a November 2014 game at Bulldog Stadium. Olsen improved on the 13 catches he had in 14 games as a freshman by making 19 receptions in 11 games last season, though his TDs fell from four to three. CRAIG KOHLRUSS THE FRESNO BEE

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