The Cal Poly Mustangs have released their Big Sky Conference football schedules for the 2019 and 2020 seasons via their 2018 football media guide.
Cal Poly will open their Big Sky schedule in 2019 on the road against the Southern Utah Thunderbirds on Sept. 28. Later, the Mustangs will travel to face UC Davis (Oct. 12), Idaho (Nov. 2), and Northern Colorado (Nov. 23).
Opponents that will visit Alex G. Spanos Stadium in San Luis Obispo, California in 2019 include Montana State (Oct. 5), North Dakota (Oct. 19), Sacramento State (Oct. 26), and Eastern Washington (Nov. 16).
Cal Poly is also scheduled to complete a non-conference home-and-home series at fellow Big Sky member Weber State on Sept. 7, 2019. The two schools open the series this weekend in San Luis Obispo.
The Mustangs will kick off Big Sky play in 2020 on the road again at Montana on Sept. 26. Other road games include Montana State (Oct. 10), Portland State (Oct. 31), and Sacramento State (Nov. 7).
Opponents slated to visit San Luis Obispo in 2020 include Weber State (Oct. 3), UC Davis (Oct. 24), Idaho State (Nov. 14), and Northern Arizona (Nov. 21).
Cal Poly opened the 2018 season on Saturday, Sept. 1 with a 49-3 loss to North Dakota State at the Fargodome.
Future Cal Poly Football Schedules
you have North Dakota in the Big Sky playing Cal Poly and below you have North Dakota in the MVC playing South Dakota State. which is it?
North Dakota is leaving the Big Sky for the Missouri Valley Conference in 2020. They are playing a Big Sky schedule in 2018 and 2019, but they are classified as an FCS Independent and can’t play for a Big Sky title.
U. North Dakota is moving from the Big Sky to the MVFC….will be full members of MVFC in 2020
After many seasons of traveling east to get games, they are getting some games to come to SLO ie Yale, Brown, Colgate. However Southern, Southland, Ohio Valley, Patriot, Colonial, etc. have a penchant for not traveling west.