11/30 TMM: Chargers losing streak snapped vs. Jaguars

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With an 8-8 season still a possibility, and after losing six consecutive games, the San Diego Chargers finally took care of business against a hapless Jacksonville Jaguars team on Sunday:

Chargers Locker Room On Sense Of Relief & A Win Over The Jaguars:
Philip Rivers describes why it’s an important win for the team and why going for it on fourth and seven was never in doubt, while Dontrelle Inman explains why the relief of a win is like a woman giving birth. No, really.


Kobe to Retire at End of Season – Lakers.com
After two decades of cementing his legacy as one of basketball’s greatest, Kobe Bryant announced via The Players’ Tribune that he will retire after this season. Bryant broke the news in the form of a poem in which he speaks directly to the sport of basketball, expressing his love for the game and satisfaction with moving on.

AztecMBB and USD at Petco Park Moved to Dec. 6 – GoAztecs.com
The San Diego State men’s basketball game vs. USD at Petco Park has been moved to Sunday, Dec. 6, at 2 p.m. PT. The first college hoops game in the facility’s history was to be played on Saturday, Dec. 5, but has been pushed back one day to avoid conflict with the Mountain West Football Championship Game, which the Aztecs will host on Dec. 5.

QB Smith, DT Heyward out for season – San Diego Union-Tribune
What was feared has come to fruition. San Diego State starting quarterback Maxwell Smith and defensive tackle Christian Heyward are out for the rest of the season, Aztecs coach Rocky Long said on Sunday.

Padres getting new blue and yellow uniforms, brown will be official alternate – Gaslamp Ball
The official announcement won’t come for a week, but the San Diego Padres new hats and color-scheme have leaked to the internet, as well as details about changes to the team’s uniforms.



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