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2017 NBA Championship Ring Unveiled at Golden State Warriors Home Opener

LOS ANGELES - The NBA Champion Golden State Warriors received their 2016-17 NBA Championship rings during a special pre-game ceremony, October 17th. Warriors Owners Joe Lacob and Peter Guber selected Jason of Beverly Hills, who also designed their 2015 ring, to design and manufacture the Golden State Warriors 2017 NBA Championship ring.

The total carat weight of the player's rings is 11 carats of diamonds and blue sapphires, which is more than any other championship ring across all four major sports. "Jason of Beverly Hills continues to set the bar higher and higher when it comes to championship rings," said Warriors' Assistant General Manager Kirk Lacob.  "We tasked them with producing a ring that captured the essence of our record-setting season while also acknowledging our tremendous history as an organization. The results were spectacular for the second time in three years." 

Bulldogs Blank Lobos 38-0 on Homecoming

FRESNO - Posting multiple shutouts in a season for the first time since 1988 and improving to 3-0 in Mountain West play for the first time since 2013, Fresno State blanked New Mexico 38-0 on Saturday evening at Bulldog Stadium on Homecoming. "Our defense played excellent tonight," said head coach Jeff Tedford after the 'Dogs first-ever shutout over a MW opponent. "That is a hard offense to stop. Our defense did an awesome job with the game plan. We had the guys in the right position and they played really hard."

With another stingy defensive outing for the 'Dogs, Fresno State's (4-2, 3-0 MW) deep passing game ruled the day offensively. Junior quarterback Marcus McMaryion, making his third-straight start, finished 13-of-23 through the air for 299 yards, spreading the ball around to six receivers in the contest.

Week 8 CIF Football - October 13, 2017

CENTRAL VALLEY - Around the valley on Week 8 of Central Section CIF Varsity Football. Check here every Friday night for final scores from around the valley. From Visialia to Modesto. Photos from the games can be ound on our Facebook page.

Largest Crowd Since 2003 Confirmed for Bulldogs’ Annual Tip Off Dinner

FRESNO - The excitement surrounding the Fresno State men's basketball program will be on full display when the Bulldogs' Timeout Club hosts a now sold-out Tip Off Dinner on Oct. 23 at Copper River Country Club. The confirmed crowd of 300 will be the largest turnout for the annual event since 2003.
The evening is an opportunity to meet the team and raise money for the Bulldogs' men's basketball program's Fund for Excellence.  There will also be full introduction of the team and staff with a preview of the season from Fresno State head coach Rodney Terry, in addition to live and silent auction items available throughout the course of the night to benefit the men's basketball program.

Fresno State's Juju Hughes Named MW Defensive Player of the Week

FRESNO – Fresno State sophomore defensive back Juju Hughes was named the Mountain West Defensive Player of the Week on Monday. The is the first time a Bulldog has been named by the league a player of the week since Kyrie Wilson received the same honor on November 10, 2014.

Hughes played an integral role in Fresno State's 27-10 win at San Jose State this past Saturday, stuffing the stat sheet with six tackles (four solo), 2.0 tackles for a loss, 1.0 sacks, one forced fumble, one interception and one quarterback hurry.

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