Fresno State's attempt to finish a regular season unbeaten and untied for the first time since 1961, as well as go 11-0 for the first time ever, was thwarted by a leaky defense. The Bulldogs lost 62-52 to a San Jose State team playing for bowl eligibility, and allowed 736 yards of offense.
Derek Carr passed for 519 yards and six touchdowns in the loss, but all six came in a first half that saw 12 combined from the two QB's. The score was 42-41 at the break in favor of the Spartans, but the second half slowed down quite a bit.
The 'Dogs' dream of playing in a BCS bowl is now dead, but they will most likely still host the MWC championship game Saturday, December 7. Their opponent will likely be Utah State, if the Aggies can beat Wyoming in their regular season finale.