An Ugly Loss Ends SDSU’s Winning Streak

SDSU MBB head coach Steve Fisher

SDSU falls to short-handed Fresno State – San Diego Union-Tribune
The SDSU Aztecs basketball team played possibly its sloppiest game of the year, turning the ball over 18 times and giving away double-digit leads in each half, to fall to the Fresno State Bulldogs on the road.

Steve Fisher: “We Didn’t Have Enough Of The Angels In The Sky To Pull Us Out Another One” – Mighty 1090 (audio)
SDSU Head Coach Steve Fisher joined Ted Leitner after Wednesday night’s disappointing 58-57 loss to Fresno State on Wednesday night.

Former Padres Player And Coach Tim Flannery Rips The Organization And Its Fans – Deadspin
Despite coaching their division rivals for eight seasons, you might expect Tim Flannery (and Bruce Bochy) to be remembered fondly by Padres fans. After all, he spent 21 seasons with the organization, and played a prominent role in both of their World Series appearances. But it seems that Flannery—who retired in 2014—is fed up with Padres fans giving him hell and calling him a Benedict Arnold, so he unleashed upon them in a grammatically-challenged yet savage Twitter rant.

The real story behind NFL owners’ battle to bring football back to Los Angeles – ESPN
Few could have guessed that the league’s return would become so bloody, bitter and, most of all, emblematic of how power in the NFL truly works.

Tweeted Off @DanSileoShow – Round 3
Dan Sileo and producer Danny Reiter are back with some of the best and meanest tweets sent to Sileo.

 

Gulls rally in second period, but fall 4-2 to Condors – San Diego Union-Tribune
Despite playing well in the second period, the San Diego Gulls could not keep their winning streak going at home against the Bakersfield Condors on Wednesday night. They’ll get another chance this weekend, as they travel to North Carolina to take on the Charlotte Checkers.

PODCAST: Are You Ready For A Sexy Sunday? – The Unnamed Soccer Podcast
Darren Smith and Jordan Carruth are back this week with a brand new open, burrito bets for Arsenal vs. Leicester & Spurs vs. Man City PLUS the guys predict who will win the league.

Relive Super Bowl 50 With Scott Kaplan & The Mighty 1090 Crew!
Scott Kaplan recounts an absolutely awesome time at Super Bowl 50 with personal photos and video taken from all the sites and scenes around the Bay Area.

 

The rules on takeout slides are finally going to change – SB Nation
According to ESPN, the Players Association and Major League Baseball are getting close to a compromise on how to fix takeout slides at second base.

LT On Chargers Staying In SD, Melvin Gordon, HOF And Chargers Biggest Mistake – Mighty 1090 (video)
The great LaDainian Tomlinson talked with Darren Smith from San Francisco about the Chargers staying in San Diego for 2016, why the idea of the San Diego Raiders makes him angry, what he sees in Melvin Gordon and the biggest reason the Bolts didn’t win a Super Bowl with a loaded team.

Markieff Morris shoves, chokes Archie Goodwin during Suns’ timeout huddle – For The Win
Things got ugly in the Suns-Warriors game on Wednesday night on the Phoenix bench. Markieff Morris and Archie Goodwin were involved in an argument during a timeout that quickly escalated.

 

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