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Scott Kaplan Talks About The Chargers’ Home Finale (audio) – Mighty 1090
While he is supposed to be on vacation, Scott Kaplan called into his own show as a guest to talk about the San Diego stadium situation and the emotions that were running throughout Qualcomm Stadium on Sunday.
Chargers Fans Bid a Tearful Goodbye to Their Team – VICE Sports
Many were worried about how Chargers fans would react to Sunday’s game possibly being the last NFL game ever in San Diego. It turned out, they reacted perfectly. They danced, they sang, they cheered, and they showed everyone why San Diego deserves to keep its NFL franchise.
The 2015 Voice of the Year Is… – Voice of San Diego
Spoiler Alert: It’s Mark Fabiani. No person in San Diego has been more powerful than the man who works for the Chargers, works with the Chargers, and speaks for the Chargers on matters regarding a stadium or relocation.
The Jayhawk juggernaut that awaits SDSU – San Diego Union-Tribune
This may be Steve Fisher’s chance to get his SDSU Aztecs back on track, but Kansas is not going to be an easy opponent. In fact, many are picking them to be in the Final Four or the NCAA Championship game already. If the Aztecs lost to Grand Canyon due to looking ahead to Kansas, they better make up for it now.
Melvin Gordon to Miss Rest of Season With Knee Injury – Chargers.com
Melvin Gordon’s rookie season has come to an end. The Chargers running back left Sunday’s victory over Miami with a knee injury late in the first half, and Head Coach Mike McCoy revealed the team will be placing him on the Reserve-Injured list.
Padres sign LHP Baumann to 1-year deal – MLB.com
The Padres signed left-hander Buddy Baumann to a one-year deal on Monday. Baumann, 28, spent the 2015 season with the Royals’ Triple-A Omaha affiliate as both a starting pitcher and a relief pitcher.
San Diego Gulls back on track after third straight win: Craig Elsten is back with this week’s Gulls corner and explains why the team is playing better and what’s in store for next Saturday’s game.
Aztecs’ Maxwell Smith still aiming to play – San Diego Union-Tribune
Injured San Diego State quarterback Maxwell Smith still has hopes of playing in Thursday’s Hawaii Bowl against Cincinnati, but Smith’s availability remains to be seen. Smith suffered a torn left ACL in SDSU’s regular-season finale against Nevada, but he is delaying surgery and has been getting physical therapy in an effort to play in the bowl game.
Jesus Guzman shows off absolutely absurd bat flip on 10th-inning walk-off grand slam (video) – MLB.com
There’s a new batflip king in town.