Fresno State didn’t get a chance to play basketball on Saturday, its game at Air Force shuttered by the government shutdown. All non-essential personnel at the Academy weren’t allowed to go to work, which includes many of the Falcons’ coaches, training and support staff. Fresno State guard Deshon Taylor is ranked third in the Mountain West in scoring during conference play, averaging 19.9 points per game.
In the Fresno State Bulldogs’ victory at San Diego State, Sam Bittner took two shots from the 3-point line, made one, and that one was big. Down three points inside of five minutes to play Bittner set up in the left corner, received a pass from Ray Bowles Jr., and fired with Matt Mitchell, the Aztecs’ 6-foot-6 forward, closing. The shot went down.
Fresno State point guard Jaron Hopkins and guard Jahmel Taylor were finally enrolled in graduate school Wednesday morning, just in time to be driven down to San Diego’s Viejas Arena to face off against San Diego State. San Diego State's Matt Mitchell goes up for a shot as Fresno State's Deshon Taylor, left, and Bryson Williams defend during the first half at the Viejas Arena in San Diego on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018.
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