Does San Diego State have a Heisman candidate?

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San Diego State thinks it has Heisman contender on campus – USA Today
If the Aztecs flourish this fall — and as owners of an active 10-game winning streak, there’s ample cause for optimism — it will be in large part as a result of one player in particular: senior running back Donnel Pumphrey, a preseason Heisman Trophy candidate and the heir to Marshall Faulk’s legacy at the position.

Cashner’s grit paves way for Padres’ comeback – MLB.com
Cashner put forth one of the grittiest efforts by a Padres pitcher this season. He needed 57 pitches to get through the first two innings, but faced the minimum after a leadoff single in the third as he finished an impressive six innings. The gutty effort allowed the Padres to rally and get him a much-deserved victory.

The win gave the Padres their second consecutive series victory. They have won 4 out of their last 5 games and are now just 3.5 games out of first place in the NL West. They’ll go for the sweep against the Colorado Rockies today, with first pitch at 12:30pm PT, and you can catch all of the action on 1090AM.

Robbie Erlin on partially torn UCL, Tommy John surgery
Starting pitcher Robbie Erlin will undergo Tommy John surgery after an MRI revealed he had a partially torn UCL.

 

Padres to attend Lincecum showcase – San Diego Union-Tribune
The news that left-hander Robbie Erlin will need Tommy John surgery doesn’t necessarily increase the Padres’ interest in free-agent right-hander Tim Lincecum, who will pitch in his long-awaited showcase Friday in Arizona. Even if Erlin and opening-day starter Tyson Ross weren’t on the disabled list, San Diego would be scouting Lincecum, a two-time Cy Young winner attempting to come back from September hip surgery.

PODCAST: Gulls In Flight #24: Calder Cup Second Round Preview!
It’s Calder Cup Playoffs time and Gulls in Flight is still airborne and seeking higher ground! Join your hosts Craig Elsten and B.J. MacPherson for a recap of the San Diego Gulls’ opening round 3-games-to-1 series victory over the Texas Stars, including a pair of dramatic and emphatic home wins to close out the series.

Goalie Matt Hackett steps up for Gulls in series-clinching playoff win
Craig Elsten caught up with Goalie Matt Hackett to talk about his stellar performance in the Gulls series-clinching win over the Texas Stars.

 

AUDIO: Daniel Jeremiah Recaps the 2016 NFL Draft
NFL Network Scout/analyst Daniel Jeremiah broke down the Chargers draft and why the Dolphins may have gotten the steal of the draft.

From Childhood Neighbors to Chargers Teammates – Chargers.com
Located in the southeastern portion of the Sunshine State, Travis Benjamin grew up just two houses down from the Chargers fifth round draft pick, Jatavis Brown.

Through adversity, Warriors show again why they’re a force to be emulated – USA Today
The Golden State Warriors faced a tough situation, down big to the Portland Trail Blazers in Game 2, knowing that a 1-1 tie would all but force Steph Curry to return for Game 3 from a sprained knee. However, they pulled out the victory with a strong 4th quarter, and now Curry can return at his own pace.

 

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