Now — in college — after years of organized sports programs, Broadous finds himself in a position he is not used to — the bench.
When it came down to it, it didn’t take last season’s starting quarterback — Tony Smith — to fuel the Mustangs past the No. 1 team in the nation. It didn’t even take Andre Broadous — one of the most heralded recruits the Mustangs have had in recent years — to fuel the Cal Poly Mustangs to only their second win in history over the Montana Grizzlies.
After years of speculation, Cal Poly, starting in the 2012 season, will leave the Great West conference and join the Big Sky conference for football.
Led by quarterback Tony Smith, the Mustangs rallied to a 23-17 win against Humboldt State Saturday night in Alex G. Spanos Stadium.
It may be less than a month before football season starts, but the biggest question surrounding the Cal Poly football team is still unanswered.
Former Cal Poly wide receiver Ramses Barden may have yet to establish himself as an every down player in the NFL, but the buzz around one of the most prolific wide receivers in Cal Poly history is pointing otherwise.
Former Cal Poly outfielders Luke Yoder and Adam Melker have gone from graduation to now facing the task of making their ways through the minor leagues.
Part two of a two-part series on NFL linebacker and former Cal Poly defensive end Chris Gocong.
Part one of a two-part series on NFL linebacker and former Cal Poly defensive end Chris Gocong.
With the help of Adam Melker, Luke Yoder and the rest of the senior class, the Mustangs (23-32) boasted a 25-run — 32-hit — offensive outburst to fuel Cal Poly past Cal State Bakersfield (26-30) in its final game of the season, 25-8.