Bulldogs prepare for back-to-back with Boise State

With Saturday's win at Wyoming, the Fresno State football team clinched the West division and spot in the Mountain West Championship game.

"My phone is kind of off to the side right now. We got work to do, move on and get ready for a great Boise State team," said Bulldogs head coach Jeff Tedford.

On deck for the Bulldogs, back to back games with Boise State. First the regular season finale and then the Mountain West championship on Saturday, December 2nd.

"If we were fortunate enough to win the game this weekend, it would go to the rankings as of now we are quite a bit behind Boise State. I don't think there is anything that is going to jump up past them. I'm just assuming we are going to Boise the following week," said Tedford.

The Bulldogs will have to prepare a two-headed quarterback attack with Brett Rypien and Montell Cozart.

"They do a really nice job offensively. They are very explosive. Their offensive line is very good, their tight ends, big-play receivers, great running back. They are worthy of their ranking and they are worth of where they are, they are a quality football program."

The 'Dogs will honor 15 seniors on Senior Day ahead of Saturday's kickoff.

"Every time we take the field, we are going out to win the game. each week we go out to compete and play and try our best to be successful and that's the approach we are taking this week," said Tedford.
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