Welcome to the Apoc-alypse

It all started with a dream and a gnome.

Here comes the Parade

God told Justin Hooper two things.

Nwaba brings jams to the gym

“When the lights come on, he turns into a beast,” assistant coach Sam Kirby said. “He’s a different person.”

Sonny Fierro will 'Never Settle'

When Sonny Fierro climbed up on the starting block a few swimming lanes down from Michael Phelps, most everyone knew how the race would end.

The Big Three

Jacob Lauing [follow id = “jlauing”] Paul Pierce. Kevin Garnett. Ray Allen. LeBron James. Dwayne Wade. Chris Bosh. Jonae Ervin. Molly Schlemer. Ariana Elegado. The big three: It’s a term that’s been coined before, when three dynamic forces unite and…

To be continued: the Blue-Green Rivalry

“The soccer rivalry between us and Santa Barbara is what Duke and North Carolina are to men’s basketball,” Cal Poly Athletics Director Don Oberhelman said in a press conference leading up to the game. “It’s the best soccer rivalry in the United States.”

The Rise

Athletics Director Don Oberhelman can’t pick a favorite Cal Poly sport — to him, it would be like a parent trying to pick their favorite child.

THE RIVALRY EDITION

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Streaking Gauchos seek revenge

No Cal Poly sporting event gets so packed that students have to buy tickets beforehand. And rarely does an event sell out — well, except for one. And it can only mean one thing.

The heroes of years past

The 8,125 fans packed into Alex G. Spanos Stadium on a chilly night in 2010 remember Chris Gaschen’s right-footed dart that buried itself in the top corner of the net and sent the crowd into a frenzy.

The rivalry: A history

1,123. That’s about 10 percent of Alex G. Spanos Stadium’s current total capacity.