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San Diego Submits Final Stadium Offer – Bolts from the Blue
Just before the NFL’s deadline, San Diego submitted their stadium proposal to the league’s owners for a final review. There’s no clear differences between this proposal and what the San Diego Mayor has been proposing for months now, but this time it was in a pretty presentation.
Rivers On Weddle, Perryman On $23k Fine – Mighty 1090 (video)
Our own Marty Caswell talked with Philip Rivers on the strangeness of the season finale in Denver without Eric Weddle, and with Denzel Perryman regarding his $23K fine for a hit on Michael Crabtree.
Aztecs Regroup With Win Over Wyoming: San Diego State basketball regrouped after a disappointing end to its non-conference season with a 67-55 win over Wyoming in the start of Mountain West Conference play.
TCU QB Trevone Boykin arrested, faces charges in San Antonio – USA Today
Boykin faces assault on a police officer, resisting arrest and public intoxication charges. The altercation occurred at the bar Pat O’Briens, located a mile away from the Alamodome where the Horned Frogs are scheduled to play Oregon in Saturday’s Alamo Bowl.
Sileo’s Fantasy Picks – Week 17 – Mighty 1090 (video)
Dan Sileo’s got three sleepers you don’t want to overlook in the final week of the 2015 NFL regular season.
Former Pro Bowler Kassim Osgood “Retiring a Charger” – Chargers.com
After 12 standout seasons in the NFL, Kassim Osgood felt it important to leave the league the way he came in – as a Charger. Even though he didn’t officially return to the team, he made it clear he is “retiring a Charger” as he cherished his time with the Bolts above all else.
The San Diego Chargers should hire Chip Kelly – Bolts from the Blue
If the San Diego Chargers are looking for a new head coach in the offseason, some think that they should start and end their search with the guy the Philadelphia Eagles fired yesterday.
2015 Team Player Awards Announced – Chargers.com
No surprises here, except maybe that Keenan Allen was voted as the team’s Offensive Player of the Year after only playing half of the season (due to injury).
Celtics fans erupt in ‘Kobe’ chant during his final game in Boston – SB Nation
Well, this was unexpected (and fun).
Racial prejudice is driving opposition to paying college athletes. Here’s the evidence. – The Washington Post
A thoughtful, and pretty scary, look into what motivates people when it comes to deciding whether collegiate athletes should be paid or not.