Fresno State adds 12 games to future football schedules

By Kevin Kelley -

The Fresno State Bulldogs have added 12 games to their future football schedules, the school announced on Thursday.

The 12 games that Fresno State has added are against six different opponents. Two hail from the Pac-12, two are from the Big 12, and two are Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) Independents.

Fresno State will play a three game series with Kansas and Texas Tech, home-and-home series with BYU and Washington State, and single games against New Mexico State at home and Washington on the road.

Below are details on all 12 games added today by Fresno State:

New Mexico State

Fresno State will host New Mexico State at Bulldog Stadium in Fresno, Calif., on Oct. 5, 2024.


Fresno State and BYU will play a home-and-home series that will begin at Bulldog Stadium on Nov. 8, 2025. The Bulldogs will travel to face the Cougars two seasons later at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo, Utah, on Oct. 9, 2027.


Fresno State and Kansas will play a three-game football series, and all three games will be played in Week Zero (the Saturday prior to Labor Day weekend).

Fresno State will travel to play Kansas at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, Kan., on Aug. 23, 2025 and Aug. 23, 2031. The Bulldogs will host the Jayhawks in Fresno on Aug. 25, 2029.

Washington State

Fresno State and Washington State will play a home-and-home series that will begin at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Wash., on Sept. 19, 2026. The Bulldogs will host the Cougars the following season at Bulldog Stadium on Sept. 18, 2027.


Fresno State will travel to play a single game against the Washington Huskies at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Wash., on Sept. 4, 2027.

Texas Tech

Fresno State and Texas Tech will play a three-game series beginning on Sept. 15, 2029 at Bulldog Stadium. The Bulldogs will then travel to face the Red Raiders at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock, Texas, on Sept. 7, 2030 and then again two seasons later on Sept. 11, 2032.

Future Fresno State Football Schedules