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Fresno State President on Keeping DeRuyter, New Ag Commission

Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro sat down with KSEE24 Anchor Carina Corral to talk about the university's future plans including how to keep football coach Tim DeRuyter from leaving next year and the new presidential agriculture commission.
Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro recently celebrated 100 days on the job. During his celebration speech Friday, he made some major announcements. Dr. Castro talked about some of his future plans today with KSEE24 Anchor Carina Corral.

He addressed the hype around the undefeated bulldogs and how it benefits the school overall, how he plans to keep Coach DeRuyter from taking other offers, his plans to bring back the wrestling program, and his newly formed presidential agriculture commission aimed at creating future ag leaders.

Watch the video for the interview in its entirety.
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