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    1. But the Bulldogs were quickly overmatched finishing off a brutal two-week stretch of road games at Alabama and at Washington. THE TAKEAWAY Fresno State: The Bulldogs ...

    2. For Fresno State, there are similarities between last year’s game at Nebraska and last week’s at Alabama. The Bulldogs made an impression in each football game, held up ...

    3. The Bulldogs ran 63 plays at Alabama and 42 of them included shifts of motions, something they put in to take some time off the play clock and to keep the Crimson Tide defense guessing ...

    4. TUSCALOOSA, Ala. Jalen Hurts set the tone for Alabama early in the week and again to start the game. The top-ranked Crimson Tide needed to play better Saturday against Fresno State, he told his teammates. Hurts certainly did.

    5. Fresno State coach Jeff Tedford on the Bulldogs' 48-16 loss at No. 16 Washington on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017.

    6. Fresno State was looking for wins anywhere it could find them in a 48-16 loss on Saturday at No. 6 Washington, and in the third quarter opportunity was there. The Bulldogs ...

    7. First off, Fresno State (1-2) is on a bye this week, which gives the Bulldogs extra time to prepare for their next game Sept. 30 at Bulldog Stadium. Nevada (0-3), the Bulldogs ...

    8. The Alabama Crimson Tide continued to lead the way in the Associated Press' Week 4 Top 25 poll released Sunday, with the likes of the Clemson Tigers and Oklahoma Sooners in hot pursuit...

    9. The Bulldogs are concluding a brutal two-week stretch against two of the national semifinalists from last season, having played at Alabama last week before their trip to Seattle. Like ...

    10. There was just one little matter to take care of before Tedford...got the job and everybody said, 'Take his playbook,'" Petersen recalled. Tedford will bring his Bulldogs (1-1) to Seattle ...

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