And The Winner Is...
    The all-white design featuring the Bulldogs' football helmet won by over a 3-1 margin.
    The all-white design featuring the Bulldogs' football helmet won by over a 3-1 margin.

    June 17, 2013

    By Stephen Trembley
    strembley@csufresno.edu
    GoBulldogs.com

    FRESNO, Calif. --- We asked and you answered with 2,306 total votes over a six-day span in choosing the official 2013 Fresno State WHITE OUT t-shirt design for the Aug. 29 football season opener versus Rutgers at Bulldog Stadium.

    Fresno State fans responded with votes, likes and retweets when tasked with selecting their favorite design. The all-white option featuring the Bulldogs' helmet in the center consistently proved to be the most popular.

    The helmet design won 1,737-569, which was more than a three-to-one margin (75.33 percent to 24.67 percent) over an alternative all-text design.

    Fans were able to vote using four different multi-media platforms: an online poll at www.GoBulldogs.com and Fresno State's three official social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter).

    Instagram secured the most votes of any of the platforms with 922 votes (40.0 percent), followed by the www.GoBulldogs.com poll with 911 votes (39.5 percent), Facebook with 239 votes (10.4 percent) and Twitter with 234 votes (10.1 percent).

    The six-day multi-platform voting stretch also generated 2,302 additional visits to www.GoBulldogs.com.

    The official WHITE OUT t-shirts will be available at the Fresno State Bulldog Shop, which is located at the northwest corner of Barstow and Cedar Avenues, starting in July.

    For questions about football tickets, more information or personalized service choosing seats for the Aug. 29 opener as part of a season ticket package, please call 559-278-DOGS (3647).

    Discover Fresno State Athletics!" --- Stay connected with your Fresno State Bulldogs through social media on Facebook (fresnostateathletics), Instagram (fresnostateathletics) and Twitter (@FSAthletics).

     

     

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