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Cal Poly football’s comeback comes up short in home finale heartbreaker

Cal Poly loses to Eastern Washington
Cal Poly could not capitalize on late chances to beat Eastern Washington

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. - An entertaining fourth quarter nearly ended with an impressive Cal Poly comeback. Instead, a couple of missed chances derailed the Mustangs' rally.

The Mustangs could not convert a late two-point conversion and kicker Colton Theaker missed a go-ahead field goal with only 1:02 left as Cal Poly suffered a 42-41 loss to Eastern Washington in the team's final home game this season.

The Mustangs (2-8, 1-6) were down by 14 three separate times in the second half but still nearly pulled off the upset. Jalen Hamler threw three touchdown passes to J.J. Koski, while Duy Tran-Sampson added two scores on the ground.

Antoine Custer had 107 yards and four rushing touchdowns for the Eagles (6-5, 5-2).

Cal Poly wraps up the season next Saturday at Northern Colorado.

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