SDSU needs overtime to notch sixth consecutive win

SDSU Aztecs guard Trey Kell

Philip Rivers on the Los Angeles Chargers and the San Diego Raiders – Mighty 1090 (audio)
Philip Rivers on how he’s watching the Los Angeles situation, why the idea of the Raiders moving to San Diego is nauseating and why he’s pumped with Ken Whisenhunt’s return.

The San Diego Chargers should stay right where they are – Los Angeles Times
Bill Plaschke makes a case for why the Chargers wouldn’t work in Los Angeles, and remembers a time when the Chargers tried to co-exist in Los Angeles with the Rams and it failed miserably.

Al Michaels: L.A. would support Bolts – San Diego Union-Tribune
When he joined Scott and BR on Monday, Al Michaels explained that he believes that there are enough NFL fans in Los Angeles to support both the Rams and the Chargers sharing the market.

Aztecs Survive Wild Game, Outlast Fresno St In OT: Fresno State hit a game-tying 3 at the buzzer at the end of regulation, but San Diego State persevered behind a huge game from Trey Kell (27 pts) and hung on for a 73-67 victory to move to 6-0 in Mountain West Conference play.


Gulls hold off Rampage, 2-1 –
Kenny Ryan’s penalty shot in the second period proved to be the game-winner as the San Diego Gulls built a 2-0 lead after forty minutes and held on for a 2-1 victory at AT&T Center.

Alex Morgan Interview With Scott Kaplan – Mighty 1090 (audio)
US Women National Soccer star Alex Morgan joined Scott for an uncensored podcast interview. She talked about not playing club soccer until the age of 13, her relationship with her father, Scott asks her about her book and how it has influenced girls like his daughter and they also discuss Saturday’s game vs Ireland at Qualcomm.

Chargers filed applications to trademark the Los Angeles Chargers – Bolts from the Blue
Last week the Chargers filed two trademark applications for the Los Angeles Chargers. Does it mean it’s all over for San Diego and Spanos is set on joining Kroenke in Los Angeles? (Hint: No.)

Padres monitoring market for Cespedes – San Diego Union-Tribune
With a month left until spring training, the Padres’ offseason has involved few mentions of high-end pursuits. General Manager A.J. Preller said in December his focus would not be on pricey free agents. But now it is Jan. 19, and Yoenis Cespedes remains unsigned.

Former NFL receiver Antwaan Randle El regrets ever playing football – The Washington Post
Former Washington Redskins and Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antwaan Randle El is perhaps best remembered for his 43-yard touchdown pass in Super Bowl XL that aided a Pittsburgh win over Seattle, but a decade later, the physical and mental drawbacks have been so significant that he regrets ever playing in the NFL.


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