Josh Webb of BarkBoard.com joins the Bulldog Insider to talk about Fresno State's newest quarterback.
Fresno State lineman Cody Wichmann will make his 50th career start in the Hawai'i Bowl on Christmas Eve.
Fresno State came back in the second half against Pacific on Saturday, but the Tigers drained a last-second 3-pointer to seal the 71-68 win.
The Fresno State women's basketball team found itself trailing NAIA school Bethesda University at halftime on Friday night, but the Bulldogs rallied to beat the Flames and win their third game in a row.
Diamond Dog catcher Taylor Ward is coming off of a sophomore season in which he started all 57 games and hit .320 at the plate.
As the Bulldogs prepare for UOP, they wait to hear if PG Cezar Guerrero will be eligible to play.
Andrew Marden is still in shock that he gets to talk about sports for a living. Originally from New Jersey, Andrew joined our team in 2008 and is proud to say he has been to every single town in the Central Valley! Andrew is a graduate of Syracuse University and previously worked at KNBN in Rapid City, South Dakota and KBCI in Boise, Idaho.
You can follow him on Twitter @andrewmarden.
A native of Newport Beach, California, Scott Bemis is excited to be back in his home state, after previous on-air stops at KIFI in Idaho Falls, Idaho and KLAS in Las Vegas, Nevada. Scott is a graduate of the University of Southern California, and also has nearly a decade's worth of experience working at Fox Sports Net under his belt. He joined our team in the spring of 2014, but it's not his first time in the Central Valley. Growing up, Scott spent summer vacations at Bass Lake and Kings River, reading about the Bulldogs and the terrific high school sports scene this area has to offer. In his free time, Scott loves hitting the links, chasing his dog Max, and of course, spending time with his beautiful wife Susan and young son Cooper.
You can follow him on Twitter @sbemisonline.
Amy Gill grew up in Fresno and is excited to come home to cover sports in the Central Valley. A graduate of Clovis West High School, she earned her broadcasting degree in the Bay Area, at San Francisco State University. After graduation, Amy got her first sports reporting/anchoring job in Twin Falls, Idaho, where she got to cover another Mountain West team - Boise State. After spending two years there, Amy moved on to Altoona/State College, Pennsylvania. While there, she got to report on Penn State and all the Pittsburgh area teams. Now back in Fresno, Amy hopes to bring you all the exciting moments in the Central Valley. You can follow her on twitter @amygillsports
Scott Bemis asks the creator of centralvalleyfootball.com about this year's Edison team, the one valley senior who has the best chance of instant success at the next level, and the proposed changes to the state playoff format.
See a music video of the best images from Friday's valley championship games, and Liberty-Madera Ranchos head coach Mike Nolte talks about winning a 3rd straight section title.
Is Derek Carr progressing? What's the level of concern with Fresno State football? Is Bulldog basketball underrated? ESPN Radio personality Marc Q. Jones tackles those questions.
Fresno Bee sportswriter Bryant-Jon Anteola gives us his thoughts on what went wrong for the Bulldogs.
Does Fresno State still have uncertainty at the quarterback position after Saturday's season opening loss at USC? Andrew Marden has the story.
The author of the Cali Gold Mine high school football blog gives predictions and highlights players to watch.
The 72-year-old coach and star defensive lineman talk Broncos football, and have different viewpoints on USC/Fresno State.
See why Scott was happy to have 300-pound, big-time recruit Jacob Daniel around the office on Sunday.
The BulldogPlaybook.com contributor gives his impressions of Saturday's scrimmage.
Ex-Bulldog Nick Watney led after the first two rounds at the Barracuda Championship but ended up finishing tied for 8th place.
Visalia native Pablo Martinez competed in the Hooters World Wing Eating Championship last week in Las Vegas. Our Andrew Marden was there.
Scott Bemis sits down with Central football coach Justin Garza to talk about the fight he's in for his life.
Find out who wins this epic showdown.
Scott and the staff get creative to enjoy the holiday.
As an 18-year-old, Grizzlies media coordinator Ryan Young dropped everything to serve his country.
Orosi High School honored two men in a special dedication ceremony on Saturday night.