FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- As the Bulldog football team enters their final game of the season, the quarterback position is once again open for competition. Head Coach Tim DeRuyter announcing that decision, Monday morning at his weekly press conference.
Saturday marks the final game in the 2015 season and although it hasn't gone according to plan, it's one final opportunity for the senior class. Entering the final game, several seniors are on the doorstep of breaking individual records.
"To see guys at the end of their of careers, like Marteze he's 4 yards away from getting 3,000 yards, I think is a great testament to him and our offensive line. Ejiro is 2.5 tackles for loss away from setting a career, you want for those guys to get those things but just more so just to have a better feeling because of all the investment that they've had," said DeRuyter.
Senior running back Marteze Waller wasn't even aware how close he was to joining elite company, "To tell you the truth I didn't even know I was that close, I mean I'm happy but I also want to get the win Saturday for all the seniors."
Bulldogs prepare for Senior Day matchup against Colorado State