Aztecs football picked to win MW West Division

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Aztecs football picked to win MW West Division – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Aztecs were a unanimous pick to win the West Division in the Mountain West, receiving all 29 first-place votes in a preseason media poll announced Tuesday by the conference at its annual Media Days event. TCU (2010) is the only other unanimous pick in the Mountain West’s 18-year history.

VIDEO: Tom Telesco On Why Joey Bosa Hasn’t Signed Yet And What He’s Missing
Chargers GM Tom Telesco joined Darren Smith in-studio to discuss why Joey Bosa hasn’t signed his contract yet, if he’s hopeful something can get done before the start of training camp and what he could be missing.

Padres Trade Melvin Upton Jr. To Blue Jays For Pitching Prospect
Hansel Rodriguez can be added to the swelling list of talented starting pitchers that the Padres have acquired and will have throwing at the low-A and high-A minor league levels next season, with the expectation to join the major-league team in 3-4 years.

AUDIO: Tony Gwynn, Jr.: “This Is Probably The Route The Padres Need To Go”
Former Padre Tony Gwynn, Jr. talks about the Upton trade, pitching for the Dodgers and Chris Sale.

Padres Reportedly Making Progress On Andrew Cashner Trade – MLB Trade Rumors
San Diego Padres General Manager A.J. Preller was talking with teams about Andrew Cashner before, during, and after his start last night. It’s likely that a deal gets done before Cashner’s next start.

Dickerson does it again: SD’s HR streak at 24 –
Alex Dickerson powered up once again Tuesday night at Rogers Centre as the Padres continued their march toward history, homering in a 24th consecutive game.

During their 7-6, 12-inning loss to the Blue Jays, Dickerson’s three-run shot off Blue Jays righty Marcus Stroman put the Friars in a very exclusive club. They’re only the sixth team in history to homer in 24 straight games, and the first since the 2002 Rangers ran their streak to 27 — the all-time record.

AUDIO: Keith Law On Padres Farm System, Trade Returns & Why He’s Not High On Renfroe
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The four biggest threats to Rio Olympics – USA Today
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