Post-Game Notes: Fresno State 49, Wyoming 36

Jan. 16, 2013

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• With the 13-point victory, Fresno State secured its first Mountain West conference win.

• Fresno State held Wyoming to a season-low 24 percent (12-for-50) from the floor and the Pokes converted just 35 percent (7-of-20) of their free throw attempts.

• After missing the Bulldogs' last game, Tyler Johnson (ankle) and Kevin Foster (death of grandfather) returned to starting lineup. Johnson scored 18 points, including a perfect 6-for-6 mark at the free throw line, in 30 minutes of action while Foster added six points and four points all at the charity stripe.

• Freshman Marvelle Harris made his second straight start on the wing and registered five points, three rebounds and two assists.

• Fresno State shot 51.5 percent (17-of-33) on field goal attempts, including a red-hot 64.7 percent (11-of-17) in the first half.

• Fresno State's 26-16 halftime lead was its largest of the season over a Division I opponent.

• The victory came despite the fact that the Bulldogs did not make a 3-pointer for the first time in 554 games. The last time Fresno State did not convert a 3-pointer was Dec. 2, 1995 when the 'Dogs lost 59-54 to Princeton at Selland Arena in the Coors Light Classic.

• Fresno State improved to 5-1 when dishing out at least 10 assists in a game.

• Terry Coat Tracker: 15:48



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