Fresno State will open Mountain West play with back-to-back road games for the second consecutive season, though it’s only the sixth time it has happened overall since the conference was formed in 1999. Said Bulldogs coach Tim DeRuyter: “It is what it is. You line up and play.”
Fresno State will open Mountain West play with back-to-back road games for the second consecutive season, though it’s only the sixth time it has happened overall since the conference was formed in 1999. Said Bulldogs coach Tim DeRuyter: “It is what it is. You line up and play.” SILVIA FLORES FRESNO BEE FILE
Fresno State will open Mountain West play with back-to-back road games for the second consecutive season, though it’s only the sixth time it has happened overall since the conference was formed in 1999. Said Bulldogs coach Tim DeRuyter: “It is what it is. You line up and play.” SILVIA FLORES FRESNO BEE FILE

Fresno State will be in road warrior mode to open Mountain West play

July 26, 2016 06:14 PM

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