Temporary agreement reached to cover Moriarty’s name on Spanos scoreboard

The university previously referred to the name atop the scoreboard as a “painful reminder” to community members who had been affected by Moriarty.

Convicted felon Moriarty’s name stays atop scoreboard

In 2009, investor Al Moriarty gave the Cal Poly Foundation $625,000 for the naming rights of the Alex G. Spanos Stadium scoreboard.

Cal Poly seeks to remove name of felon from scoreboard

Cal Poly has filed a motion in bankruptcy court, seeking to cover the name of a convicted felon on its stadium scoreboard.

Moriarty continues to fight $5 million bail

Cal Poly Athletics Hall-of-Famer and the donor of $625 thousand for the Alex G. Spanos Stadium scoreboard, Albert Moriarty continued to fight $5 million dollar bail, while at the San Luis Obispo Superior Court on Wednesday and Friday.

Bizarre twist, poem in investment fraud case against alum

Wednesday, in San Luis Obispo court, the 80-year-old Moriarty sat in his orange jumpsuit, chained around the waist and handcuffed.