SDSU holds on to advance in MW Tournament

San Diego State forward Skylar Spencer

Aztecs Hang On For 71-65 Win Over Utah State In MWC Tournament Opener – Mighty 1090
San Diego State hung on for a wild 71-65 win over Utah State in it’s opening game of the Mountain West Conference tournament. It wasn’t pretty, but the Aztecs NCAA tournament aspirations are still alive.

Stone-steady Malik Pope buoys Aztecs – San Diego Union-Tribune
When the San Diego State Aztecs needed him most, sophomore forward Malik Pope re-found his game and has been the driving force of the SDSU offense.

Brandon Mebane, Travis Benjamin & Dwight Lowery On Joining The Chargers
Nose tackle Brandon Meban, wide receiver/punt returner Travis Benjamin and safety Dwight Lowery discuss joining the San Diego Chargers and why a team that went 4-12 was a compelling fit.

 

AUDIO: Tyson Ross sits down for a chat with Scott & BR
Scott & BR are in Peoria, Arizona for San Diego Padres Spring Training, and they had a chance to sit down with the team’s Opening Day starter to find out what he’s expecting from himself this season.

Stefan Noesen gains confidence as the Gulls gain steam – San Diego Union-Tribune
Stefan Noesen, the Gulls’ 23-year-old winger and one of the organization’s most promising prospects, has helped power the team to its current eight-game point streak as it enters two weekend games, starting Friday against the Bakersfield Condors at 7:05 p.m. at the Valley View Casino Center.

Goose Gossage: Jose Bautista a ‘disgrace,’ baseball ruined by ‘nerds’ – ESPN
Hall of Fame reliever Goose Gossage called Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista a “disgrace to the game” and blasted “nerds” for turning baseball into a “joke” during a 10-minute interview Thursday.

LeBron James’ Cavaliers top Kobe Bryant’s Lakers in ‘special’ final duel – USA Today
At least one last time, Kobe Bryant wanted to make his mark and made sure he did last night. He shot 11-for-16 from the floor, collected 26 points and even outscored James, who tallied 24.

Nate Robinson hopes to jump from the NBA to the NFL – For The Win
Former NBA star and 3-time Slam Dunk Contest winner, Nate Robinson is ready to continue his career…but he’s hoping to do it in another league, playing another sport.

 

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