Chargers go on the attack in stadium campaign


Chargers Stadium Initiative Will Be Ballot Measure C
Having the same proposition delegation as the successful Petco Park vote in 1998 should help the Chargers, as they have talked about their stadium plan as one that can continue to expand and revitalize a down area, just like the Padres did with their ballpark.

San Diego Chargers go on the attack in stadium campaign – USA Today
The team instead has come out swinging against a local political opponent, City Councilman Chris Cate, who says the team’s proposal to build a new stadium is a bad deal for taxpayers.

AUDIO: Brandon Mebane: “We Have The Ability To Be Real Good”
New Chargers DT Brandon Mebane joined Scott and BR to talk about the first pre season game vs the Titans, why he thinks the defense will get better, the differences coming from Seattle and his thoughts on Joey Bosa.

VIDEO: Darius Philon On Making The Most Of An Opportunity In Absence Of Joey Bosa
Chargers second-year player Darius Philon on making the most of an opportunity in the absence of Joey Bosa and learning from reps with the first team defense.

Rookie Dickerson delivers in see-saw battle with D-backs –
Rookie left fielder Alex Dickerson played hero after San Diego loaded the bases against D-backs reliever Jake Barrett in the eighth. Arizona then called upon right-hander Enrique Burgos, who left an 0-1 fastball over the plate. Dickerson crushed it to the opposite-field gap, scoring all three baserunners and give the Padres a 9-7 lead.

Jankowski pivotal in Padres’ three rallies –
The Padres’ rookie center fielder finished with a career-high four hits and added his 26th steal of the season for good measure. On top of that, he spent most of the evening wreaking havoc on the bases, commanding the constant attention of his opponents.

AUDIO: Case Keenum: “It’s A Challenge To Us”
Rams starting QB Case Keenum discusses the transition to Los Angeles and the quarterback competition.

Rio Olympics 2016: Usain Bolt wins 200m gold, his eighth Olympic gold – BBC
Usain Bolt won the men’s 200m to claim his second Rio 2016 gold, his eighth at an Olympics, and keep alive his hopes of an unprecedented ‘treble treble’.

AUDIO: Steve Mason: “Lochte Is Dumb And Selfish”
Reporting live from Rio Steve Mason joined Scott and BR to talk about the latest with Ryan Lochte and his “robbery” story, why he thinks Lochte is dumb and selfish after meeting him at the Olympics and he explains why NBC decided to tape delay.

Rio Olympics try to move on from Ryan Lochte’s embarrassing debacle – Sports Illustrated
What was Ryan Lochte thinking? That question is still unanswered as Brazil recovers from an overblown global incident and reaffirms its focus on protecting Rio athletes.

Ashton Eaton repeats as decathlon gold medalist – USA Today
He placed himself in elite company: Eaton joins the USA’s Bob Mathias (1948 and 1952) and Great Britain’s Daley Thompson (1980 and 1984) as the only two-time decathlon winners in Olympic history.


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