The Fresno State Bulldogs will have to dig deep and bring maximum effort to the table Saturday night as they take on the Boise State Broncos. This will be a very difficult game for the Dogs to compete and win, the biggest factor will be how quickly the Dogs can get over their loss Thursday night to
The Broncos coming in:
The Broncos last outing was a big win over perennial WAC force
The Broncos frustrated the Wolfpack and held them to 36% shooting, well below
The Bulldogs coming in:
Dwight O’Neil finished with 18 points which was his best output of the year in only his 3rd game back from his wrist injury. He scored his 18 on 7-10 from the field which is very surprising considering how out of shape he is at this point. Hector Hernandez had a career high 14 rebounds, but he could not find his way offensively and finished with 5 points. Eddie Miller added 13 while flu-ridden and Alex Blair a season high 12, but the real story was the Vandals Jordan Brooks scoring 25 and grabbing 16 rebounds.
What to look for:
Is a lackluster effort in the cards for the Dogs?