Aztecs are ready for big NIT matchup tonight vs. George Washington

San Diego State basketball coach Steve Fisher

Join Scott & BR as they broadcast LIVE from 3pm-6pm at our SDSU Aztecs viewing party at the Tilted Kilt Mission Valley.

 

Padres acquire RHP Straily from Astros – MLB.com
The San Diego Padres added some pitching depth at very little cost Monday evening, acquiring right-hander Dan Straily from the Astros for catcher Erik Kratz.

Straily is not a lock to make the club, and the Padres haven’t yet decided on his role. He could factor into their plans as either a starter or a reliever.

Pomeranz roughed up against Royals – San Diego Union-Tribune
In Monday’s 11-3 loss to Kansas City, Drew Pomeranz walked off the mound after only three innings. He’d surrendered six runs on two walks and five hits, including one by each of the Royals’ first three batters of the afternoon. In order, they were a home run, a single and a two-run home run.

Aztecs playing best basketball heading into NIT semifinal
Jordan Carruth & Andrew Burer break down the Aztecs matchup vs. George Washington & discuss why this team is playing its best basketball offensively on the season.

 

AUDIO: Steve Fisher: “We Are Driven, Focused And Very Excited”
Aztecs Head Basketball coach Steve Fisher joined Scott and BR from New York to talk about tomorrow’s game vs George Washington, the teams excitement to be in NY and a scouting report on GW.

Assembling the Properties for a Downtown Convadium Not Nearly the Obstacle It Seemed – Voice of San Diego
Over the past year, a steady stream of voices has reminded San Diegans how hard it would be to assemble the property needed to build a massive convadium in East Village. Many of those perceived issues have either been solved or are less impossible to solve as they once seemed.

AUDIO: Andrew Keatts On Why MTS Isn’t A Huge Obstacle To Stadium & Their Letter To Chargers
Voice of San Diego’s Andy Keatts tells Darren Smith why the MTS bus lots aren’t as big an obstacle to a downtown stadium as previously thought and what their letter to the Chargers means for the team’s own plan to build an NFL stadium in East Village.

Jurgen Klinsmann’s U.S. team trying to avoid World Cup disaster – USA Today
Another loss to the Guatemalans when the teams meet Tuesday, this time at Mapfre Stadium in Columbus, and the U.S. Men’s National Team would be virtually certain to miss out on qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

AUDIO: Craig Elsten: “This Is A Team That Is A Real Contender”
Craig Elsten, the voice of the San Diego Gulls checks in with Kevin Acee as the Gulls regular season is starting to wrap up and they get ready for a playoff push.

 

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