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Fresno State Football Fresno State Football Mottos "Quiets down and hit some individual" "Be the mallet not the nail" " Intense tough guy forceful major football played with over the top exertion for whatever length of time that it takes to win, and leave doubtlessly " Dish Appearances
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Fresno State Football

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Fresno State Football Slogans “Shut up and hit somebody” “Be the mallet not the nail” “ tough guy forceful basic football played with obsessive exertion for whatever length of time that it takes to win, and leave most likely ”

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Bowl Appearances Little All-American Bowl, Dec. 25, 1937, Pineapple Bowl, Jan. 1, 1941, Raisin Bowl, Jan. 1, 1946, Mercy Bowl I, Nov 23, 1961, Camellia Bowl, Dec. 14, 1968, Mercy Bowl II, Dec. 11, 1971, California Bowl II, Dec. 18, 1982, California Bowl V, Dec. 14, 1985, California Bowl VII, Dec. 10, 1988, California Bowl IX, Dec. 9, 1989, Freedom Bowl IX, Dec. 29, 1992, Aloha Bowl, Dec. 25, 1993, Las Vegas Bowl, Dec. 18, 1999, Silicon Valley Football Classic, Dec. 31, 2000, Silicon Valley Football Classic, Dec. 31, 2001, Silicon Valley Football Classic, Dec. 31, 2002, Silicon Valley Football Classic, Dec. 30, 2003

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New Facilities Groundbreaking Held For Ricchiuti Academic Center, Duncan Building Expansion The $5 million undertaking starts development in March and ought to be done in around seven months. FRESNO, California. - Fresno State\'s Athletics Department held a formal notable Thursday for the forthcoming developed Ricchiuti Academic Center and the extension to the Duncan Building. The $5 million undertaking will start development March 8 is relied upon to be finished in October.

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The Meaning of the “ V ” When Pat Hill got to be Fresno State\'s head mentor preceding the 1997 season, he needed to reinvigorate San Joaquin Valley pride in the Bulldogs. Since Fresno State is the main Division I football program in the Valley, a 250-mile stretch in California\'s midsection from Bakersfield to Modesto, Hill needed to make the Bulldogs the "Green Bay Packers of school football." As Coach Hill regularly states, Fresno State is not just speaking to Fresno, its speaking to the whole Valley. This representation of the San Joaquin Valley is shown as a green "V" on the Bulldogs\' back head protectors. The green in the "V" is an image to the rural group of the Central Valley, which is the world\'s wealthiest farming territory in fare dollars. "The individuals of this Valley are of basic significance to the accomplishment of this football program," said Hill. "They assist us with financing the project, they give us unparalleled backing, and they will be the huge reason we take this system to a level where we are reliably in the Top 25." Hill has likewise demonstrated his dedication to the Valley in enlisting - 45 of the Bulldogs\' 104 players (43 percent) are from the San Joaquin Valley.

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Fresno State Football Future Schedual 2005 Sept. 3 OPEN Sept. 10 OPEN Sept. 17 at Oregon Sept. 24 OPEN 2006 Sept. 9 Oregon Sept. 16 at Washington Sept. 30 vs. Colorado State 2007 Sept. 1 Kansas State Sept. 8 at Kansas Sept. 15 at Oregon Sept. 29 vs. San Diego State

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Bulldog Stadium Bulldog Stadium is viewed as a standout amongst the most finish stadiums in the Western Athletic Conference. The stadium seats 41,031 and highlights 22 sky suites. The Bulldogs have sold out 12 of the last 17 recreations, and amid that time have arrived at the midpoint of 41,101 fans for every diversion. Fresno State football groups have consolidated to post one of the NCAAs most noteworthy home win-misfortune records since they first started playing at Bulldog Stadium toward the end of the 1980 season. Entering the 2003 crusade, Fresno State groups have won 81 percent of their diversions on Bulldog Stadiums regular grass surface, posting a 21-year win-misfortune characteristic of 113-26-2 (.809). Bulldog groups are 76-14-1 (.841) in their last 85 diversions and since 1997, when Pat Hill assumed control as head mentor, Fresno State is 29-5 (.853) and have won 25 of its last 27 at home. Bulldog Stadium was named the 23rd-best school football office in the country by CBS Sports line.com in the late spring of 2003. A standout amongst the most tastefully satisfying football stadiums in the Western Athletic Conference, Bulldog Stadium in 1991 experienced a two-stage extension venture which incorporated the expansion of more than 10,000 seats Ñ the stadium limit now remains at 41,031 Ñ and the development of 22 sky suites. Different enhancements included extra restroom and concession offices.

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Bulldog Seating Chart

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Stadium Directions From the North * Take State Route 99 south to the Shaw Avenue exit. Take a left on Shaw. * Travel east on Shaw to Cedar Avenue (roughly 15 miles). * Turn left on Cedar, then left on Bulldog Lane. Continue under one piece to Gate 10. From the South * Take State Route 99 north to Freeway 41 north. * Proceed to the Shaw Avenue exit, and travel east on Shaw to Cedar Avenue (roughly three miles). * Turn left on Cedar, then left on Bulldog Lane. Continue under one piece to Gate 10. From the Fresno Air Terminal * Exit the air terminal turning so as to par garage right on Clinton Avenue. * Follow Clinton to Cedar Avenue. * Turn right on Cedar. Continue give or take five miles to Bulldog Lane. Turn left and continue under one square to Gate 10.

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Fresno State\'s \'Doghouse Dynasty 1980 1-0 1.000 1981 2-3 .400 1982 8-0 1.000 1983 3-4 .429 1984 4-2 .667 1985 6-0-1 .929 1986 8-0 1.000 1987 5-1 .833 1988 6-0 1.000 1989 8-0 1.000 1990 6-0-1 .929 1991 6-1 .857 1992 5-1 .833 1993 6-0 1.000 1994 3-4 .429 1995 4-2 .667 1996 3-3 .500 1997 4-2 .667 1998 4-1 .800 1999 6-0 1.000 1999 5-0 1.000 2000 5-0 1.000 2001 5-1 .833 2002 5-1 .833 Total 113-26-2 .809

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2004 Football Standings WAC Games All Games W L Pct. W L Pct. Hm Rd Stk Boise St. 8 0 1.000 11 0 1.000 7-0 4-0 W22 UTEP 6 2 .750 8 3 .727 5-1 3-2 L1 Fresno St. 5 3 .625 8 3 .727 4-1 4-2 W5 La. Tech 5 3 .625 6 .500 4-1 2-5 W1 Hawaii 4 .500 7 5 .583 7-1 0-4 W3 Nevada 3 5 .375 5 7 .417 5-1 0-6 L3 Tulsa 3 5 .375 4 8 .333 4-2 0-6 W2 SMU 3 5 .375 3 8 .273 3-2 0-6 L1 Rice 2 6 .250 3 8 .273 3-2 0-6 L6 SJSU 1 7 .125 2 9 .182 2-3 0-6 L7

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Student-Athletic Services Student-Athlete Academic Services Fresno State Athletics Department 5305 N. Grounds Drive, MS NG27 Fresno, CA 93740-8020 Phone: (559) 278-2963 Fax: (559) 278-5098 SAS Office Hours 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday amid the scholarly year (September - May) 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday - Friday amid the late spring (June - August) Student-Athlete Services Academic Staff Program staff incorporates a Director, Assistant Director, proficient scholarly guides, administrative bolster faculty, mentors in a mixed bag of branches of knowledge, and graduate understudies. Every staff part is prepared to manage the uncommon needs of understudy competitors. Authoritative staff and scholastic counsels assist competitors with meeting Fresno State scholarly necessities and also qualification tenets of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). * Assistant Athletic Director/Academics - Linda Gannaway, Ed.D., NCC * Assistant Director - Cleo Bauer * Academic Advisor - Eric Sanders, M.A. * Academic Advisor - Bob Shook, M.A. * Learning Assistance Specialist - Kelly Paramo, M.A.

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