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Mike Morgan

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  1. Another transfer commit today: DE Henry Ikahihifo (6-3 / 247) from Cal. Was a TE at Nevada for two seasons.
  2. RB Isaiah Ifanse (5-10 / 205), the leading rusher in Montana State history (3,742 yards) has committed to transfer to San Jose State for his final year of eligibility. While at Montana State he had 17 games in which he rushed for over 100 yards.
  3. Oregon QB Jay Butterfield has committed to transfer to San Jose State. Butterfield (6-6 / 202) was a 4-star (0.9325) rated prospect out of Liberty HS, Brentwood, CA in 2020, and received (13) FBS offers. He has three years of eligibility remaining. https://247sports.com/college/oregon/Article/Oregon-Ducks-football-transfer-portal-Jay-Butterfield-commitment-San-Jose-State-football-202380267/
  4. San Jose State landed a big transfer player today with 4-star (0.8978) defensive back DJ Harvey from Virginia Tech. Harvey held (17) P5 offers out of Sierra Canyon HS, Chatsworth, CA, in 2021, including LSU, Auburn, Oregon, USC, and Notre Dame. https://247sports.com/player/dj-harvey-46077129/
  5. San Jose State received a commitment from Cal Poly defensive back Jayvion Cole, a true freshman this past season that was described as the Mustangs best defensive back. Cole played at Oakland's McClymonds HS.
  6. Committed 12/10/22: OT Luke Gristly (6-5 / 260) Huntley (IL) HS. Offers from Air Force, Central Michigan, Toledo, Army.
  7. Commit 11/30/22 WR Keynan Higgins (6-5 / 170) / Pittsburg (CA) HS 8 FBS offers (SJS; Hawaii; BYU; WSU; CSU; Fresno St; Pitt; ASU)
  8. 1. Fresno State 2. Boise State 3. Air Force 4. San Diego State 5. San Jose State 6. Wyoming 7. Utah State 8. UNLV 9. Hawaii 10. Colorado State 11. Nevada 12. New Mexico
  9. Nice gesture by the Wolf Pack for what will no doubt be a very emotional night...
  10. It’s only been five days since the accident, not two weeks. Brennan said on the day it happened the team and coaching staff were devastated. They attended the vigil that night, which helped. On Saturday, the next day, they met for breakfast that morning, hung out and watched a little football, then split up with their position coaches for the afternoon. Brennan had pizza with the running backs and their coach Alonzo Carter. They had a short, light practice on Sunday. This week they’ve been in normal game prep mode, except the media is not allowed into practice. How what happened is going to impact the team on the field is anybody’s guess. Saturday night is going to be extremely emotional for everyone. Perhaps playing the game will be good therapy, by providing something else to focus on.
  11. I’ll admit, I’m having a difficult time processing this horrible news. It’s upsetting on so many levels. We just watched this young man get his first collegiate game experience two weeks ago.
  12. Your defense was stellar tonight. I feared this game would go like it did. It’s tough to win on the road; especially with a full house, and facing a talented team with their backs against the wall. I tip my hat to your team’s fortitude. Well deserved win.
  13. Trust me, if the Bulldogs should beat the Spartans this weekend, which is certainly a possibility, those Fresno State fans that have been MIA the past few weeks will be back in blaze of glory.
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