CHENEY, Wash. — The Cal Poly football team rushed for 298 yards in building a 21-13 halftime lead against No. 7-ranked Eastern Washington in a Big Sky Conference matchup Saturday afternoon at Roos Field.
Senior quarterback Chris Brown (74 yards), sophomore fullback Joe Protheroe (80 yards) and senior wide receiver Roland Jackson (55 yards) each scored rushing touchdowns for the visiting Mustangs. Junior slotback Kori Garcia added 49 yards on eight carries for Cal Poly, which outgained the Eagles 301 to 167.
Eastern Washington quarterback Jordan West was 10 for 13 for 73 yards and one touchdown. The Mustangs will get the ball to start the second half.
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