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Basketball centers on youth

Stephan Teodosescu Having graduated six seniors, including one of the program’s top scorers in David Hanson and former big man Will Taylor, questions swelled around the Cal Poly men’s basketball team as to who would replace that talent in the post this season. But instead of a single answer, the team got three. Enter […]

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Mustangs men move to top of Big West

J.J. Jenkins An 11-point Cal Poly halftime lead had been whittled to nothing by UC Irvine, which used a 23-6 run to take a six-point advantage with eight minutes remaining. A quick-paced Anteaters squad sucked the energy out of the Mustangs and Mott Gym, but when Chris O’Brien missed a layup only to see […]

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Eversley leads Mustangs in 2012-13

  Stephan Teodosescu At last Monday’s practice, Cal Poly men’s basketball coach Joe Callero walked off the court and pointed straight at Chris Eversley. “Double-double,” Callero said to Everlsey. “He’s going to have 20 (points) and 10 (rebounds) in Thursday’s game.” Rather than anything else, it was more of a light-hearted demand for the […]

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Maliik Love undergoes surgery, out for at least three weeks

Stephen Teodosescu Maliik Love, the potential starter at point guard for the Cal Poly men’s basketball team suffered a major setback to his chances of seeing the court this upcoming season. The junior guard underwent surgery on his left foot Thursday, after suffering a broken fifth metatarsal bone in a mid-September workout. The unofficial […]