The Bulldogs flexed some WAC muscle Saturday night against lowly New Mexico State, jumping out to a 30–3 halftime lead and winning 33–10 behind a heavy running attack. The Dogs racked up 249 yards on 37 carries. A healthy Robbie Rouse had the best game of his career, carrying 16 times for 150 yards and two scores.
Chris Carter named collegefootballperformance.com's defensive lineman player of the week. Carter tallied 9 tackles, 3 sacks, and 2 forced fumbles against NMSU.
Joe Bernard's left foot was in a boot at practice. The center, left Saturday night's game with an ankle injury. Fresno State says he's going to rest it for the next two days, then see how it is on Tuesday.