— Evan Williams made two of Fresno State's four interceptions and Wyoming turned the ball over five times as the Bulldogs blanked Wyoming 17-0 on Saturday.
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- Oregon star Thibodeaux injured in season opener
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- Fresno State sees 2nd straight game canceled
- SJS-Fresno canceled due to COVID-19 protocols
— Hugh Nelson II intercepted a pass at Hawaii's 2-yard line with 9 seconds left after Matthew Shipley kicked a tiebreaking 33-yard field goal with 3:33 remaining, and the Rainbow Warriors rallied to beat No. 18 Fresno State 27-24 Saturday night.
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— When the game was on the line, Fresno State kept going to a familiar formula.
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— Fresno State's Jake Haener was able to overcome a crushing hit to his right hip to lead the Bulldogs to an upset victory over No. 13 UCLA.
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— Anthony Brown Jr. was blunt about No. 11 Oregon's offensive struggles against Fresno State.
Oregon star defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux, who was knocked out of Saturday's season opener against Fresno State with an apparent lower leg injury, returned to the sideline in the second half, wearing a walking boot.