Post-Game Notes: Long Beach State 69, Fresno State 61
Nov. 25, 2012
Fresno State's Allen Huddleston has scored 13 or more points in each of the past four games.
Fresno State owns a +12 steal margin after outswiping opponents 31-19 through the first five games of the season.
With nine points in today's game, junior Kevin Olekaibe moved from 37th to 34th on the Fresno State all-time scoring list with 968 career points. He took sole possession of ninth place in career 3-pointers made by going 2-for-7 from beyond the arc to move up to 154 career 3-pointers.
Despite the loss, Fresno State has still won three of its first five games of a season for the first time since the 2007-08 season.
In its tenth season playing home games at the Save Mart Center, Fresno State remains two wins shy of its 100th victory at the on-campus arena. The Bulldogs' overall Save Mart Center record is now 98-49.
Fresno State and Long Beach State played for the first time since 1992, and the Bulldogs still lead the overall series, which is now an advantage of 41-35 and 23-15 in home games.
Under Rodney Terry, Fresno State has now committed fewer turnovers than or the same number of turnovers as its opponents in 34 of 38 games.
Freshman Robert Upshaw made his Save Mart Center debut with eight points and six rebounds.
Terry Coat Tracker: 18:20