2008 Fresno State Bulldogs Football Team

2008 Fresno State Bulldogs Football Team

The 2008 Fresno State football team (variously "Fresno State" or "the 'Dogs") represent California State University, Fresno and the Central Valley in the 2008 college football season. The team is coached by 12th-year head coach Pat Hill, who has a contract lasting though the 2010 season. This season is the Bulldogs' 28th in their current home of Bulldog Stadium in Fresno, California.

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