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    A playful video starring Sacramento State President Robert Nelsen is getting a lot of attention on social media. Nelsen made good on a wager with Fresno State President Joseph Castro when he stepped out of his car on Oct. 12 wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the words “Fresno State Football.” He and Castro had made a friendly challenge over a Sept. 10 football game between the two schools, said Jeannie Wong, a university spokeswoman. “Whoever loses would have to wear the other team’s colors.” The Fresno Bulldogs handed the Hornets a 31-3 drubbing. Castro sent over a shirt.

A playful video starring Sacramento State President Robert Nelsen is getting a lot of attention on social media. Nelsen made good on a wager with Fresno State President Joseph Castro when he stepped out of his car on Oct. 12 wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the words “Fresno State Football.” He and Castro had made a friendly challenge over a Sept. 10 football game between the two schools, said Jeannie Wong, a university spokeswoman. “Whoever loses would have to wear the other team’s colors.” The Fresno Bulldogs handed the Hornets a 31-3 drubbing. Castro sent over a shirt. Courtesy Sacramento State University
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