Dec. 6, 2012
The Bulldogs recorded 18 steals - just one shy of the school record of 19 that was last achieved back on Dec. 1, 1998 versus Sacramento State.
The 35-point win is the second-largest margin of victory by a Fresno State team over the past 10 seasons - just six points off tying the 41-point win (83-42) by the 'Dogs over Maryland-Eastern Shore to open the 2004-05 season on Nov. 17, 2004.
Under Coach Terry, Fresno State is now 17-8 when playing in the state of California, including an 11-6 home record.
Under Coach Terry, Fresno State has not committed more turnovers than its opponents in 37 of 41 games, including 32 of those 41 games where the 'Dogs made fewer turnovers than its opponents.
Junior Allen Huddleston posted his sixth game this season with 10 or more points.
Fresno State improved to 2-0 when four Bulldogs score 10 or more points (.Huddleston - 13, Brown - 12, T. Johnson - 11 and Harris - 11)
Fresno State improved to 3-0 this season when recording 10 or more assists.
Fresno State improved to 99-49 at home in its tenth season playing at the Save Mart Center. The Bulldogs' next home game is on Wednesday, Dec. 12 (12/12/12) when Fresno State hosts Colorado at 7 p.m.
This season, Mountain West teams are 58-14 (.806) in non-conference games, with five of the losses to opponents ranked in the Top 25.
Fresno State's Largest Margin of Victories (Last 10 Seasons)
41 vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore - Nov. 17, 2004
35 vs. San Diego Christian - Dec. 6, 2012
35 vs. Idaho - Jan. 30, 2006
32 vs. Vanguard - Nov. 17, 2010
32 vs. San Diego - Dec. 6, 2009
30 vs. Utah - Dec. 3, 2011
30 vs. Academy of Art - Nov. 30, 2011
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