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Past articles by Robert:

Bucks free-agent signings make Lopez twins teammates for first time in NBA careers

The NBA pairing that took eight teams and 11 seasons is finally happening: Brook and Robin Lopez will be teammates. The twins, who prepped in Fresno, CA, last played together at Stanford in 2008. → Read More

Where’s the big Independence Day fireworks show? Here’s the list for June 29-July 4

Where to see 2019 community Fourth of July shows in California’s central San Joaquin Valley, from Lake McClure and Mendota on Saturday, June 29 through Fourth of July in Fresno and beyond. → Read More

‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’ is coming back to Fresno area – this time to Clovis

The “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” TV show reboot is coming to Clovis, California, in July, 10 years after it filmed in Fresno. “Modern Family” star Jesse Tyler Ferguson will host the HGTV program. → Read More

Bulldogs receive commitment from highly-productive linebacker from Las Vegas

The Fresno State Bulldogs college football team received a commitment from linebacker Hunter Kaupiko from Faith Lutheran High in Las Vegas, a highly-productive player who had offers from several Mountain West programs. → Read More

Grad transfer Daryl Edwards, who starred at Fresno High, won’t get chance to play for Bulldogs

The Fresno State Bulldogs college basketball team will not have graduate transfer guard Daryl Edwards this season, leaving a large hole in its backcourt depth. The former star at Fresno High is currently ineligible. → Read More

When it most mattered, Fresno State executes on mound, at plate to blast Stanford

The Fresno State Bulldogs took down No. 1 seed Stanford 7-2 on Saturday, June 1, 2019. The Bulldogs are one win from advancing to their first Super Regional since 2008, when the Wonderdogs won it all. → Read More

Former Bulldog Deshon Taylor signs with pro basketball team abroad

Former Fresno State Bulldog Deshon Taylor signed a one-year contract with the Adelaide 36ers in the Australian Basketball League. The deal includes an out should he garner interest from the NBA this summer. → Read More

Bulldog Stadium to get new field, but its history and checkerboard end zone not going anywhere

Fresno State is replacing the playing surface at Bulldog Stadium as part of the first phase of improvements to the aging venue. The field, installed in 2011, is home to a lot of Bulldogs’ history. → Read More

Bulldogs’ depth at defensive tackle gives them some large, 280-pound, options up front

The Fresno State Bulldogs college football team has the luxury of tinkering with different combinations in its defensive line, given its depth at the tackle positions. It plans to do just that after spring ball. → Read More

No gray area for Bulldogs’ Ruffin, who is making fast impression in cornerback competition

Fresno State freshman Deshawn Ruffin, a Sunnyside High grad, got a late start enrolling in school in January as a grayshirt. But the young cornerback has stood out in the meeting room and on the football field. → Read More

Bulldogs suffer weekend series losses at home to San Jose State in baseball and softball

The Fresno State baseball and softball teams played at home March 22-24 in Mountain West Conference series vs. San Jose State. → Read More

Fresno State QBs get tested amid unsettled o-line during first spring scrimmage

The Fresno State Bulldogs college football team ran through 88 plays in its first scrimmage of the spring Saturday, March 23, 2019. The quarterbacks made some plays, but also made it clear there is a long way to go. → Read More

A strategic step backward has Bulldogs linebacker taking significant step forward this spring

The Fresno State Bulldogs college football team has a lot of production to replace at the linebacker positions and is getting a boost from junior Justin Rice, who redshirted last season to play a bigger role this year. → Read More

Fresno State in postseason waiting game. Here’s when they’ll find out what’s next

The Fresno State men’s basketball team, eliminated from the Mountain West tournament by Utah State, waits to see if it is included in the 32-team National Invitation Tournament field. If not, CBI or CIT possible. → Read More

Remember life after Derek Carr? Bulldogs in better place replacing McMaryion at QB

The Fresno State Bulldogs college football team lost their starting quarterback in Marcus McMaryion, but at least have better options going forward than in 2013 when Derek Carr moved on to the NFL. → Read More

Fresno State football spring practice about more than positions. Who’ll step up and lead?

The Fresno State Bulldogs college football team opened spring practice Monday, March 11, 2019 with three returning starters on offense, six on defense and a lot of questions to be answered on and off the field. → Read More

Will the next great center emerge from Fresno State football spring practice?

The Fresno State Bulldogs college football team has had a veteran center anchor the offensive line the past two seasons, but that spot is a huge question to be worked on during spring practices beginning Monday. → Read More

Bulldogs have a lot of spring football questions. At least they have one answer: Mykal Walker

The Fresno State Bulldogs college football team opens spring practices with some questions up the middle at center, quarterback and middle linebacker. On defense they have a dynamic answer in Mykal Walker. → Read More

Taylor and Huggins go out in style on Senior Night as Bulldogs rip San Jose State

The Fresno State Bulldogs rode a record run of 3-point shooting in taking down San Jose State 121-81 on Senior Night Saturday Feb. 9, 2019 at the Save Mart Center. Deshon Taylor scored 37 and Braxton Huggins 34. → Read More

Bulldogs still searching for answers with basketball attendance, which is worse than you think

The Fresno State Bulldogs college basketball team is 21-8, 12-5 in the Mountain West and has locked up a No. 3 seed at the conference tournament, but success on court has had no correlation to attendance at games. → Read More