Will the Chargers stay or go?

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Today is the day that the NFL owners get together in Houston and vote on which of the three teams that have applied for relocation to Los Angeles, if any, should be allowed to move their team. Today could be the end of the NFL in San Diego as we know it, although the vote could be pushed off for another day or even weeks.

NFL Owners Meeting Coverage:

Aztecs’ D.J. Pumphrey reaffirms his return – San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego State running back D.J. Pumphrey reaffirmed his commitment to return for his senior year, giving him the opportunity to help SDSU to another Mountain West championship and rewrite the rushing portion of the Aztecs record book.

Aztecs football looks to build on historic season – Mighty 1090 (video)
San Diego State football turns its head to the future now as the program tries to build on perhaps its best season ever.

Padres will give Maurer shot at rotation slot – MLB.com
Pitcher Brandon Maurer, who had a big season pitching out of the bullpen in 2015, will get a chance to start this season. San Diego general manager A.J. Preller said Maurer will come to Spring Training with the opportunity to win a spot in the starting rotation.

Alabama holds off Deshaun Watson, Clemson to win national championship – USA Today
In a national championship game that won’t soon be forgotten, Nick Saban once again proved that he’s one of the greatest coaches in college football history after his team held off an impressive Clemson Tigers team for the win.



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