Toreros nearing D-I record entering 2020 season

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(Stats Perform) – San Diego won’t just chase another Pioneer Football League title this year, it will go after Division I history.

The Toreros have a 37-game league winning streak entering their 2020 schedule, which was announced Tuesday. That is the second-longest run in Division I history and two shy of the record set by Duquesne with 39 straight MAAC wins from 1999-2006.

After San Diego opens the season with two straight FCS non-league games, its first three PFL games are at Valparaiso (Sept. 26), against Butler (Oct. 3) and at Morehead State (Oct. 10).

The Toreros finished 9-3 under coach Dale Lindsey last season and have won six consecutive PFL championships and eight of the last nine.

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2020 San Diego Schedule

Sept. 5, at UC Davis

Sept. 19, at Cal Poly

Sept. 26, at Valparaiso*

Oct. 3, Butler*

Oct. 10, at Morehead State*

Oct. 17, Stetson*

Oct. 24, Dayton*

Oct. 31, at Drake*

Nov. 7, Davidson*

Nov. 14, at Marist*

Nov. 21, Georgetown

*- PFL game

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