The Bulldogs will be playing in a climate opposite from their last game at Hawaii.
It is win and into the Mountain West Championship Game for Fresno State.
Bulldogs' Head Coach Jeff Tedford said, "Nice to have that opportunity at this time of the year and again like we talk about every week it's this week's opportunity."
The Dogs will not look past Saturday at Wyoming but with a win in either one of their next two games
the Dogs will clinch a berth in the MW Championship game.
"Just a little bit more under the microscope because of the time of the year it is and what's going on with conference standings. You know the preparation will be the same and we need a really good week, we are playing a really good team on the road," said Tedford.
A Wyoming team that features starting Quarterback Josh Allen.
The Firebaugh High product's playing status is in the air after leaving Saturday's game early with an apparent shoulder injury.
Wyoming Head Coach, Craig Bohl said, "Well I can tell you I think he will be cleared for practice sometime during the course of the week. When that is will be a little bit day by day. We are in hopes that he will return sometime this week."
"We have to be ready. He's so competitive, I'm sure he will be fine, I'm sure he will play if at all possible because he is a physical player and has mobility, can get on the edge, make all the throws. Very accurate thrower, great player," said Tedford.
Allen's playing status will be monitored through the week.
Kickoff is set for 11:00 am locally that is a noon kick in Wyoming Saturday afternoon.
Fresno State one win away from clinching Mountain West Championship berth
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