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SDSU wins the Hawaii Bowl

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San Diego State ties Alabama for 2nd longest win streak in Hawaii Bowl win – CBS Sports
San Diego State is now tied with Alabama for the second-longest active winning streak in college football, finishing the 2015 season with a 10-game run and a 42-7 win against Cincinnati in the Hawaii Bowl.

Aztecs’ Kazee declares for 2016 NFL Draft – San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego State cornerback Damontae Kazee announced that he will pass up his senior season and make himself available for the 2016 NFL draft. Kazee was named a second-team All-American by USA Today and honorable mention All-American by Sports Illustrated.

Chargers Lose 23-20 in Wild, Weird OT Game Against Raiders
In case you missed it, the San Diego Chargers got coal in their stockings this year, in the form of a weird and wild overtime loss to the Oakland Raiders on national television on Christmas Eve night.

A Tale Of Two Cities: Different Vibe in Chargers, Raiders Finales:
Both the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders have played in their home finales, but to a very different vibe. Our own Marty Caswell attended both games and talked about the differences between the two.


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Chargers’ opponents for 2016 finalized – San Diego Union-Tribune

Be it in San Diego or Los Angeles, the Chargers will host the Saints, Buccaneers, Titans, Jaguars and Dolphins as its non-divisional opponents. They’ll travel to face the Colts, Texans, Falcons, Panthers and Browns.

RUMOR: Saints’ Sean Payton interested in being Chargers’ Head Coach – Bolts from the Blue
It could just be a media play by Saints’ head coach Sean Payton, but the Chargers front office guys should want to check into whether a Super Bowl-winning coach wants to replace Mike McCoy anyway.

So what the heck happened during the Patriots-Jets overtime coin toss? – SB Nation

Did Bill Belichick screw up, or was he just covering for one of his players after the game? Either way, the Patriots missed a big opportunity to beat a division opponent and will be limping into the 2015 NFL Playoffs.

Condors Beat Gulls 4-1 in Physical Contest – SanDiegoGulls.com

Matthew Ford and Andrew Miller each recorded a goal with two assists as the Bakersfield Condors skated past the San Diego Gulls 4-1 at Rabobank Arena, ending a Gulls four-game winning streak. The Condors (13-11-2-1) improved to 4-0 on home ice against San Diego.

Peyton Manning ‘furious’ and ‘disgusted’ at Al Jazeera report – ESPN.com
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning said he is “furious” and “disgusted” at an Al Jazeera report that identified him as one of several high-profile athletes who were supplied performance-enhancing drugs from an anti-aging clinic.



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