SDSU Aztecs win 10th consecutive game

SDSU Aztecs guard Trey Kell

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Aztecs Win A Nail-Biter Against Colorado State, 69-67 – Mighty 1090 (video)
On a night where the typically stout SDSU Aztecs defense was not having its best game, Steve Fisher’s team still found a way to win at home against the Colorado State Rams. Catch the highlights by clicking the link above.

Resetting the Stadium Question in San Diego – Bolts from the Blue
Now that Dean Spanos and the San Diego Chargers have decided to stay (for now) and work on a deal with with the City and County to get a new stadium, it’s time to start working on a plan and a timeline. It would appear most of the hard work needs to be done by March 24th.

John Spanos: “If We Wanted To Be Gone We Could Have Left Already” – Mighty 1090 (audio)
Chargers President of Football Operations John Spanos joined Scott and BR to talk about how he plans to fix the Chargers who went 4-12 last season, adding talent through the draft and free agency and how the Spanos family came on the decision to stay in San Diego for 2016.

Eric Weddle Shaves Beard, Live Tweets It – Mighty 1090
San Diego Chargers safety Eric Weddle, who had arguably become more known for his massive beard than his incredible talents as one of the top players at his position in the NFL, shocked the world by shaving off his beard and taking pictures along the way. He talked with our own Kevin Acee about why he shaved it off and how it plays into his offseason plans.

Von Miller, Ron Rivera, and Louis Vasquez at Super Bowl Media Day: Von Miller discusses what it’s like to play for the youthful Wade Phillips, Ron Rivera on learning from Norv Turner and his time in San Diego, Louis Vasquez on his second trip to the Super Bowl and possible final game for Peyton Manning & Ronnie Hillman on maturing as a player.


Chargers Add Former Patriots OL Coach Dave DeGuglielmo to Staff –
The Chargers are doing everything they can to improve the coaching of their offensive line, including bringing in the former Offensive Line Coaches of the Minnesota Vikings and the New England Patriots.

PODCAST: Who Is More Likely To Win The Premier League? Arsenal Or Spurs? – Mighty 1090 (audio)
Jordan Carruth and Darren Smith discuss the biggest news in the Premier League, La Liga and what to make of the USMNT win vs. Iceland.

Status for Aztecs QB Smith still not settled – San Diego Union-Tribune
Who will be the SDSU Aztecs starting QB next season? Maxwell Smith is the easy answer, but the team is still waiting on an injury waiver (that was denied the first time) from the NCAA that would let Smith play another year in black and red.

Ritchie, Montour Represent Gulls In AHL All-Star Game – Mighty 1090 (video)
Craig Elsten recaps the AHL All-Star game and looks ahead to the Gulls first game after the break.

Padres 25th in Baseball America farm rankings – San Diego Union-Tribune
Even with the shortstop and center fielder of the future finally in hand (or so Preller hopes), the Padres’ farm system ranks 25th in the majors, according to Baseball America’s just-published Prospect Handbook. Though certainly improved via offseason trades, the organization comes in ahead of the Tigers, Orioles, Mariners, Marlins and Angels in its lowest ranking in at least the previous five years.

Make The Padres Great Again: Preller In The Jungle – Mighty 1090 (audio)
Craig Elsten and John Gennaro discuss the lack of moves the Padres have been making domestically, the crop of international players that A.J. Preller is bringing back with him from Central America, free agents that the San Diego Padres should possibly be targeting, and how the rest of the NL West stacks up heading into Spring Training.

The teams built to win now, and the teams built to win later around baseball – SB Nation
According to this article, the San Diego Padres don’t fit into the group of “win now” or “win later”. So where do they fit?

Peyton Manning found comeback aide in Jordan Taylor – USA Today
It’s possible that no one on the Denver Broncos roster caught more passes from Manning this year or was more important to Manning’s late-season return from a torn plantar fascia in his left foot than Jordan Taylor, a rookie from Rice and member of the practice squad.


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