The Cal Poly logging team took second place from the Association of Western Forestry Clubs conclave in Montana.
“We know we’re a good team and they’re obviously ranked high, and we just had to hand it to them.”
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.
The Cal Poly Mustang football team has been across the board in their games. The team has smashed challengers at home, been victorious in last-second plays and been doubted, mocked and then praised.
The Cal Poly football team faces yet another major test on Saturday when they travel to Montana looking for redemption against the No. 3 Grizzlies (4-0).