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While Nevada and Fresno State have seen better times in their football programs, both teams are hoping a win on Thursday Night Football could jump start a strong November finish for them.

ESPN2 will televise Nevada-Fresno State from Fresno, Calif., at 10:30 p.m. Eastern Thursday. Both teams sit in the middle of the pack in the Mountain West Conference West Division, trailing surprising San Diego State.

Fresno State has qualified for the first two Mountain West Championship Games, winning the league title in 2013 and losing to Boise State last season. But the Bulldogs are well out of the hunt in 2015, sitting at 1-4 in league play and 2-6 overall. Nevada still could potentially qualify for the title game, but the Wolfpack would need almost everything to break right for them in their final four games November, starting with a win in the Nevada-Fresno State game.

Considering Nevada hasnt won back to back games yet this season, winning four straight in November may be a tough chore. And Nevada hasnt exactly posted a series of impressive wins yet this season, with their three FBS-level wins coming against Buffalo, New Mexico, and Hawaii, which are a combined 10-14 on the season.

The Wolfpack are 1-2 on the road this season entering the Nevada-Fresno State game, including a stunning 28-21 loss at Wyoming in their last road trip in mid-October. Thats Wyomings only win on the season, and the Cowboys are a team that has lost by double digits to Eastern Michigan, Appalachian State, and FCS-level North Dakota.

Fresno State has only one win this season against an FBS-level team, but it came in the last home game for the Bulldogs, when they upended UNLV, 31-28. Fresno State is 2-2 at home this season, with losses coming to two strong teams in Utah and Utah State.

The ability of the Bulldogs defense to step up its play could determine the winner in the Nevada-Fresno State TNF game. They rank 104th in total defense at 444 yards allowed per game and 122nd in scoring defense at 40.9 points per game. The rushing defense has been the biggest problem for Fresno State this season, as it ranks 118th nationally, allowing 239.1 yards per game.

The Bulldogs lead the all-time Nevada-Fresno State series, 12-8, and theyve won three straight games, including a 41-23 victory in 2013, which was the last time Fresno State hosted Nevada.