12/1 TMM: SDSU needs a win tonight at Long Beach State

SDSU forward Zylan Cheatham

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‘Huge game’ for SDSU at Long Beach State – San Diego Union-Tribune
After the way the early part of the schedule has gone for the SDSU Aztecs basketball team, Steve Fisher’s group needs a win tonight. You can catch the game at 7:30pm tonight on 1090AM or on The Mighty 1090 mobile app.

New Padres uniforms to be unveiled on Tuesday – Gaslamp Ball
After an internet leak of the San Diego Padres new colors and hat design, the team’s unveiling of the new uniforms has been pushed up to today. Gaslamp Ball has all of the details of what to expect when the announcement is made.

Hedges finishes winter league stint with 3 HRs in 72 ABs – Padres.com
Austin Hedges took another step toward becoming a full-time Major League catcher the past two months when he hit .236 with three homers in 21 games for Escogido of the Dominican Republic Winter League.

Chargers – Jaguars Hangover: Enjoy “Rivers To Gates” While It’s Here:
Annie Heilbrunn reminds us to enjoy “Rivers to Gates” these next five games, since it may not return next year; plus, how the defense has changed with the addition of Denzel Perryman and more.

 

Coming to terms with Chargers L.A. stadium bid – San Diego Union-Tribune
An interesting read, in which Dan McSwain calls out San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer for wasting time and for offering nothing towards building an NFL stadium locally. McSwain seems to think that Faulconer is doing just enough for political cover, but not enough to keep the Chargers in San Diego.

McCoy’s Win Doesn’t Arrive With A Reprieve – Mighty 1090
Jay Paris is quick to temper emotions and remind fans of the San Diego Chargers that one win against the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars should not be enough to change their thoughts on head coach Mike McCoy.

Navy’s badass helmets for Army game have hand-painted ships, custom for each position group – SB Nation
Hopefully this isn’t the start of a trend, where football teams start wearing multiple different helmets. For this one game, these helmets are incredible and will be just one more reason to pay attention to this one.

BYU pushing Aztecs, Air Force out of Vegas? – San Diego Union-Tribune
It appears the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl will be taking BYU, leaving Mountain West Championship Game opponents Air Force and San Diego State to make postseason plans elsewhere this year. To make matters worse, the opportunity for the Aztecs (9-3) or Falcons (8-4) to get a Motel 6 Cactus Bowl invitation could instead go to a 5-7 team from the Big 12.

The untold story of the American soccer star who almost lost it all – For The Win
You probably know Charlie Davies, and you probably think you know Charlie Davies’ story. You would be wrong. For the first time, Davies opens up about his life, the tragic car accident that almost ended it, and fighting his way back to being one of the MLS’ most feared strikers.

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