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NEVADA (3 - 5) at FRESNO ST (7 - 0)
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Week 10 Saturday, 11/2/2013 10:30 PM
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394FRESNO ST-23-21
NEVADA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-5-0.73-54-427.715.5433.1(5.2)
Road Games0-4-11-33-122.013.5376.0(4.4)0.751.216.0590.5(8.3)1.0
Last 3 Games0-3-3.71-21-227.716.7474.7(5.3)1.337.314.7527.3(7.1)1.0
Turf Games3-2+0.33-21-430.217.4466.8(5.7)1.023.811.6433.2(6.3)2.2
Conference Games2-3-1.72-32-331.816.8472.6(5.5)1.232.614.8482.2(6.6)2.0
NEVADA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)27.715.523.932:0148-173(3.6)23-3565.4%260(7.3)84-433(5.2)(15.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.29.716.323.431:0645-186(4.1)21-3462.9%245(7.3)79-430(5.5)(14.5)
Offense Road Games22.013.524.533:4650-160(3.2)22-3562.9%216(6.2)85-376(4.4)(17.1)
Defense (All Games)36.214.423.227:4041-270(6.6)19-2965.5%226(7.7)70-496(7.1)(13.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.29.615.421.829:4840-181(4.5)20-3360.4%247(7.5)73-428(5.9)(14.5)
Defense Road Games51.216.027.025:3743-346(8)20-2774.5%244(8.9)71-590(8.3)(11.5)

FRESNO ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games7-0+42-54-344.326.0527.0(6)1.929.99.0432.4(5.3)2.0
Home Games4-0+20-42-243.026.7521.0(6)1.232.513.2453.5(5.7)1.2
Last 3 Games3-0+12-11-244.727.3572.0(6.4)1.318.77.0358.7(4.5)2.3
Turf Games5-0+30-53-242.825.6522.8(6)2.033.411.2449.0(5.7)1.4
Conference Games4-0+31-32-239.020.0508.5(5.9)1.529.710.7448.2(5.4)1.5
FRESNO ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)44.326.029.429:2534-153(4.5)37-5368.4%374(7)88-527(6)(11.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.34.320.42330:1440-176(4.3)23-3763.1%277(7.4)78-453(5.8)(13.2)
Offense Home Games43.026.729.029:1731-128(4.1)37-5568.5%393(7.2)86-521(6)(12.1)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.712.220.830:3440-161(4)21-3558.6%249(7.1)76-410(5.4)(15.3)
Defense Home Games32.513.221.730:4240-175(4.4)25-3964.3%278(7.1)79-453(5.7)(14)
Average power rating of opponents played: NEVADA 31.6,  FRESNO ST 22.7
NEVADA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2013CAL DAVIS36-7W-18W -64-26721-27-268125-11813-27-1782
9/14/2013@ FLORIDA ST7-62L35L60.5O38-12813-24-86141-37717-22-2401
9/28/2013AIR FORCE45-42W-11L58.5O44-21038-56-389151-3756-11-781
10/4/2013@ SAN DIEGO ST44-51L6.5L60.5O58-17732-51-387239-25523-32-2861
10/19/2013@ BOISE ST17-34L23.5W67.5U52-16522-30-208046-40718-21-1501
11/2/2013@ FRESNO ST            
11/9/2013@ COLORADO ST            
11/16/2013SAN JOSE ST            

FRESNO ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2013CAL POLY SLO41-25W-27L -40-16223-34-208149-17215-27-2441
9/20/2013BOISE ST41-40W-3.5L69.5O24-6239-60-460053-20033-47-3612
9/28/2013@ HAWAII42-37W-16.5L59O45-20633-47-324535-5424-46-3772
10/5/2013@ IDAHO61-14W-27.5W68O50-31238-51-422343-9817-40-1775
10/26/2013@ SAN DIEGO ST35-28W-6.5W65.5U19-4335-57-298048-17021-39-3372
11/9/2013@ WYOMING            
11/23/2013NEW MEXICO            
11/29/2013@ SAN JOSE ST            
NEVADA: Chris Ault dropped five of his final six games before retiring, but new head man Brian Polian smartly retained OC Nick Rolovich to keep the Pistol offense intact (515 YPG, 8th in FBS). QB Cody Fajardo (2,786 pass yds, 20 TD, 9 INT; 1,121 rush yds, 12 TD) is very comfortable in this offense, especially with WR Brandon Wimberly (845 rec. yds, 4 TD) granted a sixth year of eligibility, plus quality No. 2 WR Richy Turner (752 rec. yds, 3 TD). JUCO RB Don Jackson could be the top ball carrier. New DC Scottie Hazelton inherits the nation's No. 97 defense (443 YPG) that needs six new starters in the back seven to join DB Charles Garrett (10 PD) who moves to safety from cornerback. The front four will be fierce as long as both DEs Brock Hekking (75 tackles, 8 sacks) and Lenny Jones (5 sacks) keep applying pressure.
FRESNO ST: The Bulldogs won the final five MWC games by an average of 47 to 21 before losing 43-10 by SMU in the Hawaii Bowl. The potent offense (478 YPG, 16th in FBS) will again be orchestrated by QB Derek Carr (4,014 pass yds, 37 TD, 7 INT), who is healthier after offseason hernia surgery. Sophomore WR Davante Adams (1,312 rec. yds, 14 TD) stretches the field, while WRs Isaiah Burse (851 rec. yds, 6 TD) and Josh Harper (333 rec. yds, 4 TD) work the middle. Robbie Rouse left with 4,647 rushing yards, but RBs Marteze Waller (4.2 YPC) and BYU transfer Josh Quezada (4.3 YPC, 6 TD career) are ample fill-ins. The new 3-4 defense amazed with 167 pass YPG (2nd in FBS) and 40 sacks (9th in FBS), and returns plenty, most notably NG Tyeler Davison (43 tackles), OLB Donavon Lewis (4 sacks) and FS Derron Smith (6 INT).
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (NEVADA-FRESNO ST) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Nevada-Fresno St. Preview* ===========================


Nevada (3-5) at No. 16 Fresno State (7-0), 10:30 p.m. EDT

Unbeaten Fresno State is atop the West Division of the Mountain West. Maintaining sole possession of that spot means winning Saturday night's matchup with Nevada, which didn't earn a victory in its three October contests.

Coming off two blowouts, the No. 16 Bulldogs (7-0, 4-0) again showed their ability to win close contests their last time out, defeating San Diego State 35-28 in overtime Saturday. Marteze Waller scored on a 1-yard run on his team's first possession of the extra period after Marcel Jensen blocked the potential winning field goal as time expired in regulation.

Fresno State won for the fourth time by seven or fewer points and has gone to OT twice. Its 12-game regular-season winning streak is third longest in the nation behind Ohio State (20) and Northern Illinois (19), and it's won 10 in a row at home and nine straight in conference play.

"You couldn't write this in a script any better," the 6-foot-6 Jensen said. "We've won (four) games now down to the wire. That locker room is full of competitors and when it is crunch time, we are going to compete."

Fresno State is 7-0 for the first time since also opening the 1991 season with seven victories. They haven't won their first eight games since starting 10-0 in 1989.

"This is a resilient group," coach Tim DeRuyter told the school's official website. "We got guys that are going to find a way and it's fun coaching them. I love them."

Derek Carr went 35 of 57 for 298 yards passing and two touchdowns - both in the second half. He had passed for more than 400 yards in three of the previous four games, but San Diego State gave Fresno State trouble with a variety of blitzes.

"It was a wake-up call for us," said Carr, who went 11 of 13 for 134 yards and one touchdown in the fourth quarter and overtime, and is among the FBS leaders with 2,574 yards through the air.

Another cause for concern was the Bulldogs' ground game, which managed a season-low 43 yards after averaging 240.3 in the previous three games. Fresno State's 524.6 total yards a contest is the seventh-best mark in the country.

The Bulldogs' latest escape left them one game up in the division over UNLV and San Jose State, who meet Saturday.

Fresno State appears to have a good chance to keep its East lead as it faces Nevada (3-5, 2-3), which suffered a sloppy 27-22 home loss to the Runnin' Rebels last week.

The Wolf Pack got 357 yards passing and two touchdowns from Cody Fajardo while totaling 487 yards, but they had 13 penalties for 105 yards, lost one fumble and were intercepted once. Nevada also converted only two of 15 times on third down.

The Wolf Pack have given up an average of 527.3 yards during their three-game skid and are allowing 496.4 on the season, near the bottom of the FBS.

Fajardo has thrown for more than 350 yards in three of his past four games, though he struggled in the last matchup with Fresno State on Nov. 10. He went 21 for 39 for 214 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions while being sacked three times in a 52-36 home loss.

Fajardo will be facing a defense led by MWC defensive player of the week Ejiro Ederaine, who recorded a career-high 10 tackles - 4 1/2 for loss - and two sacks against San Diego State, while returning a fumble 78 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Last year's matchup ended Nevada's four-game winning streak in the series. The Wolf Pack have taken the last two meetings at Fresno, the most recent one coming in 2010.

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