Feb 08

Scrogcast: Cal Poly’s signing day news conference

Cal Poly football coach Tim Walsh on Wednesday announced the signings of 11 high school recruits and one junior college standout.  Joshua D. Scroggin — jscroggin@thetribunenews.com  Read more here: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/2013/02/06/2384584/cal-poly-football-team-goes-for.html#storylink=cpy
The folks over at The Poly Report (is that the official name?) requested an audio recording of the assistant coaches’ comments on signees from the Cal Poly football team’s Letter of Intent news conference on Wednesday.

Here it is. With a short introduction, it lasts fewer than 20 minutes. Hope you enjoy, and if you would like to hear more audio clips, please let me know. I record every interview I do and would gladly make much of that available if there was enough demand for the content.

Let me know by contacting me on Twitter. And be sure to check out my new social page at rebelmouse.com/JDScroggin. You can find a lot of Cal Poly content there, and I’m looking to feature other people’s social media there as well.

Related posts:

  1. Scrogcast: Meet Mr. Wilson and the Wisconsin duo
  2. Scrogcast: Cal Poly basketball, All-County football
  3. Video: Cal Poly National Letter of Intent news conference
  4. Scrogcast: Talking movies with Eversley and football with Wilson
  5. Update on Kevin Hess’ condition


  1. wingt2flex

    This is the beginning of a long friendship. Thanks.

  2. SloStang

    Thanks JD. Enjoyed getting the coaches insight on the new recruits.

  3. Coover

    Thank you very much for placing this on the internet. Living 300 miles from San Luis Obispo, it has been difficult to get information on Cal Poly and Mustang sport. The internet has changed this in the last few years, but, for me, there is still not enough information available here. I think the local newspapers and television believe that if it isn’t Pac-12 or top 25 NCAA, nobody is interested.

  4. JD Scroggin

    I’m glad you all enjoyed this. I’m happy to share more audio if people are interested in listening. I may even start conducting my normal one-on-one interviews with this in mind.

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