Legendary Women’s Basketball Coach Pat Summit dies at 64

Pat Summitt

Pat Summitt, champion for women & winningest D-I hoops coach, has died – Sports Illustrated
Imagine the indignity: You play 40 minutes to a standstill and, in the sacred compact of sports, now face overtime—yet because your game is a prelim to a men’s game, you’re forced to play OT with a running clock lest the tip-off to the main event be delayed. That’s what happened to Pat Summitt’s Tennessee Lady Vols at LSU in 1979. It was only one of countless affronts that Summitt, who has died at 64 of early-onset dementia, Alzheimer’s type, endured over a career in which she nonetheless won eight NCAA titles and a record 1,098 games and changed the way Americans regard women’s sports.

Legendary NFL coach Buddy Ryan dies at 82 – USA Today
Buddy Ryan, the architect of some of the most feared defenses in NFL history, has died, USA TODAY Sports confirmed on Tuesday. He was 82.

Ryan was the defensive coordinator with the title-winning New York Jets in Super Bowl III and with the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XX. He coached in the NFL, either as a head coach or assistant for 35 years.

AUDIO: Ben Badler On Why Padres Will Make A Splash In International Signings
Baseball America’s Ben Badler on why the Padres will spend significant money and make a splash in International signings and why those prospects are about five years away.

McGwire fondly remembers winning 1992 Derby in San Diego – MLB.com
When Mark McGwire put on a dazzling display of power during the 1992 Home Run Derby at Jack Murphy Stadium, most of the baseball world had to wait a few hours to watch it.

McGwire, now the Padres’ bench coach, ran away with that 1992 contest — the last time San Diego played host to All-Star festivities. Then, later that evening, the event was broadcast on tape delay.

Kris Bryant made MLB history with his absurd 3-home run, 2-double performance – For The Win
Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant had himself a night. His outstanding ability to rake landed him in the history books during Chicago’s 11-8 win over the Reds on Monday.

Bryant was 5-for-5 with three home runs and two doubles. No player in MLB history had ever hit three home runs and two doubles in a game — not Hank Aaron, not Barry Bonds, not Madison Bumgarner. It’s never happened.

AUDIO: Vinny Bonsignore: “The Raiders Can Actually Help The Chargers And San Diego.”
Vinny Bonsignore from the LA Daily News joins Kevin to give us an update on the Raiders and the possibility of them moving to Las Vegas.

Sports Misery Index: Cleveland passes its crown to San Diego – ESPN
And then, rising above (or below) the fray, it’s … San Diego? Indeed, it’s San Diego and its tan, Teva-ed denizens who inherit Cleveland’s title as the longest-suffering fans in sports. With the Padres in last place in the NL West and already listed with a 0.0 percent chance of making the playoffs, this number will rise to 84 shortly. The Chargers finished 4-12 and might not even be in town next year. And the Clippers, Mariners, Conquistadors and Rockets have all come and gone without delivering a title.

Five veteran players the Chargers could unexpectedly cut this year – Bolts from the Blue
Every year there are one or two surprise cuts out of San Diego Chargers Training Camp; the BFTB staff weighs in on who they think will become free agents before the season starts.


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