Tim DeRuyter gets five-year extension with Fresno State
After leading his program to a 20-6 record, Tim DeRuyter has been signed by Fresno State to a new five-year extension, a source told CBS on Sunday night.
After leading his program to a 20-6 record and a 14-2 mark in conference play, Tim DeRuyter has been signed by Fresno State to a new five-year extension that'll take him through the 2018 season, a source told CBS on Sunday night.
The 51-year-old DeRuyter was considered one of the top defensive coordinators in college football before taking over in Fresno, where he put a jolt in a program that went 4-9 the year before he took over the Bulldogs.
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