SDSU prepares for tonight’s NIT opener

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SDSU picks itself up to open NIT – San Diego Union-Tribune
It’s weird, unexpected, humbling, bewildering, disconcerting: SDSU vs. Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, Tuesday, Viejas Arena, 7 p.m. You can listen to the game on The Mighty 1090AM.

AUDIO: Winston Shepard On Finishing His Aztecs Career Strong & Why He’s Proud Of Their Accomplishments
Aztecs senior Winston Shepard talks with Darren Smith about finishing his college hoops career the right way, approach to the NIT and why he’s proud of their accomplishments.

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AUDIO: Eric Weddle: “I’m Excited To Be A Part Of A Team That Wants Me”
Former San Diego Chargers safety Eric Weddle joins Kevin Acee to discuss his new 4 year deal with the Baltimore Ravens and reflects on his 9 years that he spent here with the Chargers.

AUDIO: Casey Hayward: “I Give The Team A Better Chance When I’m On The Field”
New Chargers CB Casey Hayward joined Scott and BR to talk about why he chose to sign with San Diego, where he prefers to play and a timeline of his tenure with Green Bay.

AUDIO: Dwight Lowery On Why Chargers Were A Good Fit & Replacing Eric Weddle
New Chargers safety Dwight Lowery on what he brings to the Bolts, why they were a good fit and replacing Eric Weddle.

NFL acknowledges, for first time, link between football, brain disease – ESPN
The NFL’s top health and safety officer acknowledged Monday there is a link between football-related head trauma and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE — the first time a senior league official has conceded football’s connection to the devastating brain disease.

Gulls Continue Hot Streak, Push Toward Playoffs
Craig Elsten recaps an awesome weekend of Gulls hockey, what’s going right for San Diego, and a look at the week ahead.


Bench coach McGwire returns to Padres camp –
McGwire had only just begun introducing himself to members of the Padres organization on Feb. 19 — the first day of workouts for pitchers and catchers — when he received the phone call about his wife’s illness. Now, he’s got some catching up to do — but he can do so with a clear mind, knowing his wife is recovering well.

Blash blasts second homer in Padres’ win – San Diego Union-Tribune
Playing their first game with bench coach Mark McGwire seated next to Andy Green, the Padres turned in their best offensive showing of the spring in a 10-2 win over the Cubs at Sloan Park. Youngsters Manuel Margot and Jose Pirela each had two hits, Alexei Ramirez hit his first homer since signing with the team and Rule-5 outfielder Jabari Blash blasted his second long-ball, a moon-shot to left in the Padres’ four-run sixth inning.


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