SDSU wins the Mountain West Title

Aztecs Win MWC Title Outright After 73-61 Win At Wyoming – Mighty 1090
After a slow start to their season, the SDSU basketball team has followed in the footsteps of the SDSU football team and turned their season around in the second half. However, they’ll still likely need to win the Mountain West Conference Tournament to secure a spot in the NCAA Tournament.

Congrats to the SDSU Aztecs basketball team! You can catch all of their games, for the rest of the regular season and beyond, on The Mighty 1090.


Darren Smith and Marty Caswell recap their trip to Padres Spring Training
Darren Smith and Marty Caswell on the biggest takeaways from Padres spring training and what ownership thinks of the Chargers wanting to move downtown.


On their final day at Padres Spring Training, Darren and Marty finally caught up with the Padres’ new manager and this season’s potential breakout star:

Padres manager Green a buzzsaw with a buzzword – San Diego Union-Tribune
Our own Kevin Acee has been out at Padres Spring Training as well, and he’s happy to report that Andy Green is dead set on changing the culture that has kept the team out of the playoffs for years.

Can We Finally All Get On The Same Team?
Scott Kaplan breaks down the Chargers announcement that they will officially pursue a downtown stadium through a citizens’ initiative and what it means for San Diego going forward.


6 pressing questions about a downtown Chargers stadium – San Diego Union-Tribune
The San Diego Union-Tribune editorial board has its own questions about the Chargers’ attempts to build an NFL stadium in downtown, but they seem at least optimistic that it’s possible to get the deal done.

LaDainian Tomlinson’s Combine Memories – (video)
The great No. 21 recalls his trip to the 2001 NFL Scouting combine, and how he was told he needed to run the 40-yard dash under a certain time if he wanted to be a 1st round draft pick.

Gulls fall to Heat in shootout –
Stefan Noesen’s short-handed goal with 3:00 remaining in the second period allowed the San Diego Gulls (25-20-1-2) to pull out one point on the road in Stockton, tying the host Heat 3-3 before falling in a shootout by a 4-3 final score. Kenny Agostino’s goal in the first round of shootouts was the only score for either team.

Jason Pierre-Paul sues ESPN, Adam Schefter for posting medical records – USA Today
Now, here’s an interesting story that will shape the way that sports media covers a major injury for years to come.


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