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Padres Hire New Manager Andy Green (video)
Meet Andy Green — the new manager of the San Diego Padres — and hear what attracted him to this job as well as the clubhouse culture he hopes to create.

Andy Green: “I Was Fist Bumping When I Got The Call From AJ” (audio)
New Padres manager Andy Green joined Scott and BR after his introductory press conference to discuss becoming a manager for the first time, his philosophy going into the clubhouse as an unknown and his family.

SDSU Announces ‘Steve Fisher Court’ At Viejas Arena
The greatest coach in SDSU basketball history is being honored in a way befitting of him. I’ll let him tell you what this means to him:


Darren & Marty On Andy Green Hiring (video)
Darren Smith and Marty Caswell on the hiring of Andy Green, how it could affect the coaching staff, and the reaction from his MLB peers. Plus, a quick look ahead to Chargers and Ravens.

Here’s the truly spooky part; New England hasn’t come close to reaching its peak – ESPN
The New England Patriots are 7-0 and look like an unbeatable team, and they’re not even playing their best football (yet).

Aztecs Seek Fifth Straight Win At Colorado State
Rocky Long’s boys are playing great football and face their last big test of the regular season tomorrow. This one is very important.

Initiative amended: No tax money for any stadium – San Diego Union-Tribune
A new Chargers stadium, whether it’s located in Mission Valley or downtown San Diego, could not be financed with any taxpayer funds under a revised initiative to be publicly released Friday by its author, attorney Cory Briggs.

Slow Starts Killing Chargers (video)
Joe Tutino and Jay Paris say the Chargers better not fall behind early if they’re to have a chance in Baltimore.

The Portland Timbers and Sporting Kansas City played one of the most thrilling MLS playoff games in history – For The Win
In a year where soccer viewership has exploded in America, the longest penalty kick shootout in MLS history will be just another milestone that pushes that sport (and that league) to bigger and better things.

Gulls In Flight #3: Meet Brandon Montour (audio)
It’s time for your weekly San Diego Gulls Hockey Club podcast, Gulls In Flight! Craig Elsten is joined by Gulls defenseman Brandon Montour for a 1-on-1 interview. Get to know the young man who emerged from Tilbury and Caledonia in Ontario to gain recognition in the USHL, and then rocketed from juniors through college and into the pros in a wild start to 2015.



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