11/24 TMM: San Diego makes stadium offer to NFL

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer greets President Barack Obama

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Aztecs Dominate East Carolina In 79-54 Win – Mighty 1090
Not one to rest on his laurels, Steve Fisher benched three of his starters for last night’s game and saw significant improvement in the performance of his SDSU Aztecs.

The Offer San Diego Made to the NFL, and the League’s Response – Voice of San Diego
Back in September, Mayor Kevin Faulconer sent a proposed term sheet to the NFL for a potential stadium in San Diego. It laid out exactly how much they would be willing to spend to keep the Chargers in town, and it was meant to get Dean Spanos back to the negotiating table.

Chargers – Chiefs Hangover: Have Players Quit On This Team? (video) – Mighty 1090
Have the San Diego Chargers players quit on Mike McCoy? What’s up with the tiff between Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates? All that and more in this week’s Hangover!

Tommy Hunter drawing interest from Tigers, Indians, Padres – NBC Sports
If the Padres are looking to find a free agent to fill the rotation spot left open by the departure of Ian Kennedy, Tommy Hunter (who spent last season with the Orioles and Cubs) could be their guy.

Antonio Gates On Sideline Spat With Philip Rivers:
Another losing season. Another year of missing the playoffs. Antonio Gates discusses the boiled-over frustration that led to the sideline altercation with Philip Rivers.

Broncos embrace Brock Osweiler as best option at QB – USA Today
Has Peyton Manning played his last NFL game? Could this be the end of his great career?

Playing Prevent Defense – The Cauldron
Pre-empting sudden cardiac arrest in student-athletes needs to be a much higher priority in high school and college sports.

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