EWU vs. Cal Poly

November 3, 2012 7:39 p.m.  •  0 comments

Eastern Washington University beats Cal Poly 34-17, Saturday Nov. 3, 2012, in Cheney, Wash.

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Eastern Washington University’s football team takes the field against Cal Poly, Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Cheney, Wash.

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EWU’s Brandon Kaufman (1) is upended out of bounds on the 1-yard line after a reception. Demitrius Bronson scored the Eagles first touchdown of the game on the next play against Cal Poly Saturday.

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Eastern Washington University’s Greg Herd makes a reception in the first quarter. Herd had a team high 68-yards receiving for the game against Cal Poly.

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Eastern Washington University’s wide receiver Greg Herd (3) makes a one-handed 28-yard reception for the Eagles second touchdown in the first quarter.

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In the first quarter, Eastern Washington University’s quarterback Vernon Adams sends a pass over Cal Poly’s Jake Irwin during their NCAA football game on Roos Field, Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Cheney, Wash.

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In the first quarter, Eastern Washington University’s David Gayford (8) gets tripped up by Cal Poly’s Bobby Zalud (89) during their NCAA football game on Roos Field, Saturday.

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Not finding a passing lane, Eastern Washington University’s quarterback Vernon Adams (16) runs the ball against Cal Poly in the first quarter Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Cheney, Wash.

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Not finding a passing lane, Eastern Washington University’s quarterback Vernon Adams (16) runs the ball against Cal Poly in the first quarter Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Cheney, Wash.

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Eastern Washington University’s Brandon Kaufman reaches for an incomplete pass during the first half against Cal Poly.

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Cal Poly’s quarterback Andre Broadous (3) is taken down during the first quarter.

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Cal Poly’s Deonte Williams (10) runs the ball against EWU during their NCAA football game on Roos Field, Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Cheney, Wash.

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EWU running back Quincy Forte (22) heads down field in the first half against Cal Poly.

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Eastern Washington University’s quarterback Vernon Adams (3) celebrates with wide receiver Brandon Kaufman (1) who scored the Eagles second touchdown on a 10-yard pass from Adams.

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EWU’s Zach Johnson (10) forces an incomplete pass from Cal Poly’s Akaninyene Umoh (8) during their NCAA football game on Roos Field, Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Cheney, Wash.

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In the third quarter, EWU’s Brandon Kaufman scores on a 43-yard pass from quarterback Vernon Adams .

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On fourth down, EWU’s defense holds Cal Poly on the 1-yard line in the fourth quarter.

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EWU head coach Beau Baldwin chats with wide receiver Brandon Kaufman in the fourth quarter, Saturday.

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In the fourth quarter, Eastern Washington University’s Ashton Clark breaks tackle from Cal Poly’s Chris Judge.

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In the fourth quarter, EWU’s Jakob Pugsley sacks Cal Poly’s quarterback Andre Broadous.

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