Nov. 23 New Mexico Game Picked Up by ESPNews
    Tim DeRuyter's team has won 11-straight home games
    Tim DeRuyter's team has won 11-straight home games

    Nov. 11, 2013

    By Jason Clay
    jaclay@csufresno.edu
    GoBulldogs.com

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Fresno State's Nov. 23 home game against New Mexico will be televised on ESPNews and kickoff has been moved to 1 p.m. PT to accommodate the TV broadcast, the Mountain West announced Monday.

    The Nov. 23 game is Fresno State's last regular season home game and the Bulldogs have a chance to clinch the West Division with a victory. Fresno State will also be honoring its 17-member senior class at the game.

    The Bulldogs, who are idle this weekend, will enter the New Mexico game with a 9-0 record overall and 6-0 mark in Mountain West play. Fresno State is looking for its 10th victory, which would be the programs first 10-win season since 2001 and eighth overall in school history.

    Fresno State has moved up two spots this week to No. 14 in the BCS Standings, which is the highest in school history.

    In the two official top 25 polls, the 'Dogs came in at No. 14 in the USA Today Coaches Poll and No. 16 in the Associated Press Top 25.

    Fresno State's potent offense ranks No. 4 in the FBS in passing (384.0 ypg) and total offense (546.6) while ranking sixth in scoring (44.3 ppg). Defensively, the 'Dogs are seventh in the nation in tackles for a loss (8.0 per game) and tied for eighth in the FBS in sacks (3.1 per game).

    Last season's game against New Mexico saw the Bulldogs win 49-32 in Albuquerque. Fresno State was down 21-0 in that game, but roared back to win for the biggest comeback victory since 1982.

    "Catch the Wave" - Tickets for Fresno State regular season finale against New Mexico on Nov. 23 are still available and can be purchased online at gobulldogs.com, over the phone at 559-278-DOGS (3647) or in person at the Bulldog Ticket Office located at Bulldog Stadium. The official home of the Fresno State Bulldogs is 940 AM ESPN Radio.

     

     

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