Bulldogs win final home game, will face Boise in Mountain West Championship

Bulldogs win final home game 31-13 over San Jose Spartans

Double digits wins for the second consecutive year at Fresno State. What a roller coaster ride it's been.

For the group of 28 seniors playing their final game in Bulldog Stadium Saturday night.

About 10,000 fewer fans than a week ago, although there wasn't much of anything to see in the first half with just 3-0 over one-win San Jose State.

But halfway through the 3rd, the offense got itself going, as Keesean Johnson got himself going.

Jeff Tedford saying after that the senior's gotten much more competitive with the ball in his hands.

The Bulldogs finally scored a touchdown after almost 40 minutes of game time.

Next possession, after an uncharacteristically erratic first half, Marcus McMaryion almost perfect in the second.

Johnson had another big game, becoming the all-time Fresno State leader in receiving, in a game where he has a career-high 173 yards.

After a really slow start, Fresno State won their final home game 31-13, wrapping up the regular season 10-2.

Meanwhile, the 23rd ranked Boise State Broncos beat the 21st ranked Utah State Aggies 33-24.

Fresno State will get a rematch with Boise for the Mountain West Championship game on Saturday, December 1st.

The game will air on ESPN at 4:45 p.m.

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