KRKC added to Mustang radio network for football matches
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif .– Cal Poly’s football games this fall can be heard on a third radio station.
KRKC in King City, covering the Salinas Valley, has been added to Learfield’s Mustang radio network for all 11 Mustang football games. ESPN Radio, 1280 AM and 101.7 FM, serves as the flagship station. KRKC Country is located at 101.5 and 104.9 FM as well as 1490 AM.
ESPN Radio, 1280 AM and 101.7 FM, serves as the flagship station. ESPN Radio began broadcasting baseball games from Cal Poly in the spring of 2005, then added football, men’s basketball and broadcasting other selected sporting events to its Central Coast schedule starting in the fall. 2007.
ESPN’s 15th full season as Cal Poly’s flagship athletics resort begins Saturday as the Mustangs open their 2021 football season at the University of San Diego. Kick-off inside the Torero Stadium is scheduled for 1:00 p.m., with the ESPN 1280 pre-match show starting at 12:30 p.m.
Zachary Anderson-Yoxsimer will take care of the play-by-play duties this season with Stephan Hodges providing commentary. A link for an audio stream of each broadcast is available on the football schedule page at www.GoPoly.com.
KRKC will also broadcast the pre-match and post-match segments.
Nine of Cal Poly’s 11 football games will also be broadcast on video via the Big Sky Conference deal with ESPN +. Chrls Sylvester will call play-by-play with John Kane as analyst.
Mustang fans should subscribe to ESPN + for $ 5.99 per month to view the video stream of Cal Poly’s football games.
The Big West Conference has also signed up for ESPN + to broadcast many other Mustang sporting events such as men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and softball.
For now, while the change is underway, events involving Cal Poly’s fall sports teams other than football – men’s and women’s football as well as women’s volleyball – will be streamed for free on Sidearm Sports.
To view the stream, Mustang fans should click the “Watch” link on the sports calendar page at www.GoPoly.com, which takes you to the Cal Poly All-Access watch portal.
Next, click “Register” at the top right corner of the page, which will take you to the Cal Poly free trial page. Clicking on “Buy Now” will take you to a page where you enter your name, email address, password and other necessary account information. You don’t need to enter any credit card information.
Once all the categories are correctly filled, click on “Buy”. You will then be redirected to the playback page, where you will now be logged in and can now start viewing live content.
Daniel Gillman will provide play-by-play for all 12 home volleyball games while Anderson-Yoxsimer will provide most of the men’s and women’s soccer games.