Fresno State’s 180-degree football facelift was evident immediately on the first offensive snap of the game versus Weber State.
Fresno’s new up-tempo, no-huddle spread offense took the first three drives for touchdowns, taking an average of three minutes, eight plays and 76 yards per drive.
It remains to be seen how Fresno State’s new philosophy will impact the game Saturday against No. 4 University of Oregon, but one thing is certain: The Ducks will be dealing with a new breed of Bulldog.
Against Weber State, the ‘Dogs started their first offensive drive from the shadow of their own end zone at the 3-yard line...