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NCAA in early stages of SDSU hoops probe – San Diego Union-Tribune
The NCAA is examining allegations of potential rules violations by the San Diego State men’s basketball program that have not yet elevated to a formal investigation. This could be really bad news for head coach Steve Fisher, who was fired after similar allegations were made of his Michigan team.

Eric Grubman On Why San Diego Won’t Present To NFL At October Meetings – Mighty 1090
Our own Marty Caswell talks with the Executive VP of the NFL after it was revealed that San Diego would not present at the next owners meetings, and it sounds as though the league is just trying to find the right way to have the type of meeting they think is necessary with San Diego. Nothing to worry about (yet).

Chargers Sign Kenny Wiggins; Waive Kyle Miller – Chargers.com
D.J. Fluker is injured and will be for at least a few weeks, so the Chargers had to make a roster move to add a bit more depth to their offensive line.

Upton hits moonshot, but Padres fall in AZ – Padres.com
Tyson Ross and Justin Upton did all they could, but the Padres bullpen ended up giving away this game to the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Meet The Most Recent Padres Call-Ups – Mighty 1090
In the last week, the Padres have added four new guys to the major-league roster. Annie Heilbrunn details them all, and tells you what role they’ll play in the last few weeks of the season.

Could spread be coming to SDSU? – San Diego Union-Tribune
Even head coach Rocky Long admits that the Aztecs offense may have to switch to the “spread offense” next season as a way to stay competitive without top-line talent on the offensive line.

Inside the Game: How April Goss came to kick for Kent State – USA Today
A female place-kicker on a high school football isn’t all that rare, but doing it in a college football game for a Division I school? That’s unheard of. April Goss is pulling it off, and the story of how she got there is a great one.

 

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