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Wallace’s pinch-hitting heroics give Padres walk-off – Padres.com
Brett Wallace has been a revelation for the 2015 Padres, batting .344 and consistently being one of the team’s best hitters since being called up. He came through in the clutch last night, knocking home the winning run in the bottom of the 9th inning.

Padres’ Brett Wallace On His Versatility This Season And His Success Off The Bench – Mighty 1090 (video)
Hours before his game-winning hit, Brett Wallace talked with our own Annie Heilbrunn about the success he has had this season.

NBA playoff teams will now be seeded 1-8 regardless of division winners – SB Nation
Teams and fans have been complaining for years about the NBA’s seeding process, and so the league has changed it to something that makes a lot more sense.

2015 Bolts by the Numbers – Chargers.com
There are a few interesting facts in this San Diego Chargers roster breakdown. Here’s the most surprising one: The 2015 Chargers roster includes 14 players that went undrafted, which is far more than the 8 players that were taken in the first round, or the 8 taken in the second round.

Squadcast: 2015 Chargers Season Preview – Mighty 1090 (Audio)
Ben Higgins and John Gennaro break down the Chargers 2015 regular season schedule, game-by-game, and make their predictions for what will happen this season.

What Did The Patriots’ Alleged Spygate Guru Actually Do? – Deadspin
Plenty of rumors came out yesterday about the the lengths of the Patriots’ “cheating” and how it had been covered up for years. At the center of all of them is a mysterious man named Ernie Adams.

Did cheating Pats cost Chargers titles, new stadium? – San Diego Union-Tribune
Did the New England Patriots cheat the Chargers out of a ring, maybe two — or at least a chance at becoming Super Bowl champions? And, with that, did they cheat them out of a new stadium?

Kyle Emanuel On Learning From Melvin Ingram & Preparing For The Detroit Lions – Mighty 1090 (video)
Chargers rookie outside linebacker Kyle Emanuel on learning from Melvin Ingram and shifting his focus to the Detroit Lions.

NFL is feeling the pressure of coming up with an L.A. solution – Los Angeles Times
Are Goodell and his advisors ready to make some monumental decisions very soon that will affect the course of the league, or are they going to hunker down, regain their equilibrium and push the pause button for a later date?

BROKE – Every Day Should Be Saturday
One of college football’s best writers takes a look at his own life and history to try and explain his stance on college football players, and whether or not they should be paid.

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