Aztecs bounce back with blowout road win in New Mexico

SDSU Aztecs forward Winston Shepard drives against New Mexico

VIDEO: Aztecs Throttle Lobos 83-56 At The Pit
San Diego State rebounded after a tough loss at home to Boise State with an emphatic 83-56 drubbing of rival New Mexico. Trailing 16-4 early in the first half, the Aztecs methodically clawed their way back into the game and never let up.

AUDIO: Ted Leitner: “The Aztecs Are The Best Team In The MWC And Can Win The Tournament”
Before the game, the Voice of the Aztecs Ted Leitner joined Scott and BR to talk about the Aztecs chances in the MWC Tournament and Jeremy Hemsley’s injury.

Padres play intrasquad game, Green chides Shields – San Diego Union-Tribune
On the eve of their Cactus League opener, the Padres on Tuesday played a four-inning intrasquad game on a backfield at the Peoria Sports Complex. Catcher Austin Hedges’ RBI single off Martires Arias proved decisive in a 1-0 victory.

Blash impresses in Padres intrasquad game –
Outfielder Jabari Blash, who had two hits in an intrasquad game on Tuesday, is itching for the real deal.

He’ll get that on Wednesday, when the Padres open Cactus League play with a charity game against the Mariners at the Peoria Sports Complex. You can listen to the game live on ESPN 1700AM.

Derek Norris on clubhouse, lowered outside expectations & how Padres are responding to Andy Green
Padres catcher Derek Norris on a different clubhouse, what he thinks of the lowered outside expectations and how the Padres are responding to new skipper Andy Green.


Rea a strong contender for Padres rotation – San Diego Union-Tribune
Colin Rea, the 25-year-old right-hander who made six starts for the Padres in 2015, certainly looked the part when he reported to camp in February. After losing about a dozen pounds over the course of last season, he’d added more than 20 of muscle during the winter. His first live batting-practice session at the Peoria Sports Complex displayed increased life on his fastball and sharper bite on his cutter.

AUDIO: Bruce Bochy On Loaded Giants Team, Managing With Instinct & Seeing Lincecum
Giants skipper Bruce Bochy on expectations for a loaded roster, balancing instincts when managing and the idea of seeing Tim Lincecum in a different uniform.

VIDEO: Gulls Get Stronger After Trade Deadline
Craig Elsten recaps a solid month of hockey in February and breaks down why the Gulls got better after the NHL trade deadline

Aroldis Chapman accepts 30-game suspension from MLB for domestic violence incident – USA Today
New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman was suspended 30 games by Major League Baseball on Tuesday for a domestic violence incident in October and becomes the first player to face discipline for violating the league’s new policy.

Clippers’ Blake Griffin says he is ‘very close’ to returning from hand injury – Sports Illustrated
Clippers forward Blake Griffin says he should be able to return to the court soon as he continues to recover from a broken hand.

Griffin fractured his right hand when he punched Clippers equipment manager Matias Testi during an altercation in January. Griffin was suspended for four games for the incident and has undergone two surgeries on the injury.


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