"Josh (Quezada) is gonna have to sit this year. But we have three senior running backs that we feel really good about." - Tim DeRuyter, Fresno State head coach.
One of those senior running backs is Robbie Rouse, who is 317 yards away from becoming Fresno State's all-time leading rusher.
He has yet to play in a scrimmage this fall.
"We just don't have the depth to take that kind of a loss," said DeRuyter.
As of Friday, the Bulldogs have a gain.
They added Josh Quezada to their running backs group. However, he's not eligible to play this season since he's a transfer (from BYU).
"Josh will have a chance right away next year to be an older guy who's been in a program that's gone to bowl games," said DeRuyter. "He knows the grind of what it takes."
"Oh man, he's a great hitter," said Rouse. "He's out here five minutes early, hitting the sled full force. He's a hard worker and I'm glad to have him out here."
In two seasons at BYU, Quezada played in 26 games, rushed for 803 yards and scored a total of seven touchdowns.
"He's a big back. And I think he'll fit excellent in our package," added DeRuyter.