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San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy

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The San Diego Chargers are 2-5 after getting beaten badly by the Oakland Raiders yesterday. Here’s all of our coverage from the game:

 
After Chargers third straight loss, could Mike McCoy be on hot seat? – ESPN
Could coach Mike McCoy be on the hot seat? In the Chargers’ first AFC West division game, they showed no urgency, which could be a reflection of how players are responding to McCoy.

‘Pathetic’ Chargers slinking out of town – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Chargers essentially had to win this game. Not only did they lose, they got run over and run around and run by. That’s not a bad game. That’s a bad team.

Raiders OL was flagged after getting kicked in the chest – SB Nation
This is not a good look, Corey Liuget.

Chargers lose Franklin, Perryman to injury – San Diego Union Tribune
Orlando Franklin suffered a left knee injury in the fourth quarter of a 37-29 loss to the Raiders. He declined comment afterward in the locker room, but his mobility level said enough: He barely could walk. Franklin was one of two known, potentially significant injuries, as inside linebacker Denzel Perryman exited in the first half with an arm issue.

SDSU Tops Utah State 48-14 With Strong Running Attack – Mighty 1090
That’s four wins in a row for the Aztecs football team, making them 5-3 and putting them at the top of the Mountain West Conference.

Ron Gardenhire has second interview for Padres managing job – CBS Sports
Former Twins manager Ron Gardenhire, the lone known candidate for the Padres managing job with major-league managing experience, had a second interview with the team, sources said. It isn’t known whether others have had second interviews.

Chargers Say Their First Priority Is Carson, So What Do San Diegans Think About That? – Mighty 1090 (Video)
With the Chargers and Raiders, potential partners in a Carson NFL stadium, playing against each other, Marty Caswell asked some San Diegans if the stadium saga has affected how they feel about the local team.

Timberwolves coach Flip Saunders dies at 60 – Star Tribune
Awful, horrible news.

Gulls Suffer First Loss of Hockey Season in Bakersfield – Times of San Diego
The San Diego Gulls suffered their first loss Saturday after beginning the American Hockey League season with four victories, falling to the Bakersfield Condors 3-0 in a penalty-filled game at Bakersfield. Their record now sits at 4-1-0-0.

Raiders owner Mark Davis opens up about a Silver and Black return to Los Angeles – L.A. Daily News
Mark Davis admits that the Raiders may be looking to bring in an investor with ties to the Los Angeles market, but doesn’t reveal much else.

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