Both Fresno State University and San Jose State University Fresno came to the CEFCU stadium on Thursday, and there was a lot of meeting standings.
The bulldog needed to secure a victory in order to get a chance for the Mountain West (MW) Championship title. Similarly, the Spartans were looking for a decisive victory on Thanksgiving Day to continue the season and qualify for the Bowl.
But in the end, Fresno State University kept hopes for the MW title and defeated SJSU40-9.
“Everything we managed here this weekend we handled things in a great way. We’re proud of you. And, as you know, we’re obviously settled. We need a few things to do, but we’re on the lookout for that opportunity, “said Kalen DeBoer, head coach of Fresno.
When the first steps are completed, Bulldog defeats rival Boise, who defeated Bulldog 40-14 earlier this season, to defeat 22nd San Diego, which lost 30-20 to Fresno on October 30. I need it.
Many members of the Bulldog program will watch the match at 9am on Friday, including Jalen Cropper, a wide receiver at Fresno State University.
“I’m all-in. I feel like I’ve been a fan of Boise since I was born,” Cropper jokingly said. “I’m definitely watching the match. Boise definitely got another fan tonight.”
Bulldog also regained the Valley Trophy, which was established in 2013 to pay homage to the geographical location of both teams, for the first time since 2018.
The bulldog produced a total of 486 yards of attacks on Thursday afternoon.
Quarterback Jake Hayner occupied 343 of these yards and had four touchdown passes. He connected with Jordan Mimus, Ronnie Rivers, Cropper and Juan Rodriguez in every scoring play. Cesar Silva from San Jose had a 43-yard field goal to add to the Fresno State University attack.
Defensively, the bulldog was able to stop Sparta in the red zone. The nine points scored by Sparta came from the field goal. Fresno State University has also allowed SJSU to be 5 to 15 in third down conversion. Safety Evan Williams led with a total of 8 tackles.
The bulldog season is destined for tomorrow’s San Diego State University vs. Boise State University contest.
“We had a lot of positive atmosphere, and I want you to take it over tomorrow morning,” Deboa said.
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