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Cal Poly presents problems on both sides of ball for Eastern

No. 3 Eastern Washington Univ. at Cal Poly, Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013, 12:40 p.m. Alex G. Spanos Stadium (11,075), San Luis Obispo, Calif. TV: Televised live regionally by ROOT Sports & DirectTV Audience Network 101. Talent: Tom Glasgow (play by play), Jason Stiles (analyst), Jen Mueller (sideline). Webcast: None. Radio: 700-AM ESPN in Spokane with Washington Trust Bank Tailgate Show, starting 1 1/2 hours prior to kickoff. Internet Radio: or Radio iPhone App: Search for “700 ESPN” and download app. An app is also available for tunein radio. Live Stats: Watch Parties: Consult EWU social media outlets for details the Friday before games. Those who may carry EWU games include “Epic” at Northern Quest Casino and Resort in Airway Heights, the Swinging Doors in North Spokane and at Eagles Pub in Cheney.


If one listens to Eastern Washington head football coach Beau Baldwin’s analysis of the challenge that awaits his team this Saturday afternoon at Alex Spanos Stadium in San Luis Obispo, Cal Poly might replace their Mustang mascot with the mythical multi-headed monster, known as the Hydra.

From both an offensive and defensive standpoint the Eagles will have their hands full for this next-to-last Big Sky Conference regular season game that kicks off at 12:40 pm. and can be viewed regionally on ROOT Sports.

“They are the real deal,” Baldwin said during Monday night’s Coaches Show when...

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