Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Is Denver for real?

I’ve been watching the NFL since at the age of five, my uncle got me a “Chicago Bears rock” T-shirt and I was forever sold on my favorite football team.

Mustangs beat Jackrabbits 21-14

The Cal Poly defense broke a tie with the South Dakota State Jackrabbits on a fumble recovered in the end zone with about two minutes left to clinch a 21-14 victory.

Mustangs Fall to San Jose State, 19-9

La Secla completed 18 of 32 passes, including scoring strikes to Jalal Beauchman and Marquis Avery, as the Spartans (1-3) earned their first win of the season after losses to USC, Utah and Stanford.

Mustangs fall to Ohio, 28-10

Senior quarterback Theo Scott passed for 236 yards and three touchdowns as Ohio defeated No. 12/14 Cal Poly 28-10 in a matchup of a Football Bowl Subdivision team against a Football Championship Subdivision squad Saturday night at Peden Stadium.

Mustangs beat Sac State in opener, on to Ohio

Junior quarterback Tony Smithrushed for one touchdown and passed for three more scores as No.12 Cal Poly opened its 2009 football season with a non-conference victory over Sacramento State in Alex G. Spanos Stadium.

Football team preps for season

The Cal Poly 2009-2010 football season brings change: a new head coach and staff, returning players stepping up to leadership roles and a different defensive strategy. But one thing hasn’t changed: the winning attitude.

Fullerton earns preseason All-American honor

Cal Poly senior safety David Fullerton was named to the 2009 Sports Network Preseason Football Championship Subdivision All-American Third Team on Tuesday.

Tolver set to join Cleveland Browns mini-camp

Tre’dale Tolver has been invited to the Cleveland Browns’ rookie mini-camp in Ohio this weekend. Players at the camp perform during an open tryout in hopes of signing a free-agent contract. Players at the camp perform during an open tryout in hopes of signing a free-agent contract.

Barden heads to New York

Former Cal Poly wide receiver Ramses Barden was selected by the New York Giants in the third round of the NFL draft. Many draft pundits saw the Giants showing an interest in Barden, and New York certainly helped to prove that accurate, trading up with Philadelphia to the 85th pick in order to draft him.

Cal Poly’s defense prevails in Spring Game

Cal Poly’s defense gets the win in the final play of football’s Spring Game Saturday afternoon at Alex G. Spanos Stadium. The defense out-dueled the offense and won 29-28.

Cal Poly alumnus and legend calls it quits

Before I heard that he retired, I had no idea that John Madden never put on the pads and helmet on Sundays at the professional level. I just assumed he had. And I think this is where his fame gets its legitimacy.