Super Bowl Champion Broncos defend reign over Panthers

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (1) greets Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian (13) after an NFL football game, Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016, in Denver. The Broncos won 21-20. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)

QB Trevor Siemian ‘handled his end of the bargain,’ Gary Kubiak says – ESPN
In the end, Trevor Siemian didn’t throw for 180 yards in his first NFL start, he did throw two interceptions, and it wasn’t always a smooth ride on the learning curve. But the 24-year-old never lost his composure and showed why Broncos coach Gary Kubiak picked him as Peyton Manning’s replacement in a tense 21-20 victory over the Carolina Panthers on Thursday night.

Broncos batter Cam Newton, but did helmet hits cross line? – USA Today
The Denver Broncos talked all week about being physical. And players said they could tell as the season-opening Super Bowl 50 rematch went on Thursday night that the hits were adding up on Carolina Panthers star quarterback Cam Newton

Seahawks planning pregame demonstration before regular-season opener – ESPN
The Seattle Seahawks are planning a pregame demonstration before Sunday’s Week 1 matchup against the Miami Dolphins.


VIDEO:Road To Sunday – Back To Football For Chargers After Tumultuous Offseason
After a tumultuous offseason, Joe Tutino and Jay Paris preview the Chargers upcoming season as the team gets ready to take on the Kansas City Chiefs in its first game of 2016.

Benjamin gets a change, provides changeup for Chargers – San Diego Union Tribune
Receiver playing with elite quarterback for first time, is fastest weapon Philip Rivers has ever had

Telesco: Bosa hurt hammy, “minor” – San Diego Union Tribune
Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco said top draftee Joey Bosa sustained a minor hamstring injury

Padres strike for 7 in 3rd, blow out Rockies – Padres.com
Ryan Schimpf delivered the game’s biggest blow, a three-run homer into the beach area in right-center field, as the Padres smashed the Rockies 14-1 at Petco Park.

AUDIO: Donnel Pumphrey: ‘Revenge Is The Word For Cal’
SDSU running back Donnel Pumphrey joined Scott & BR to talk about vengeance versus California this Saturday

Aztecs looking to draw a crowd this season – San Diego Union Tribune
Strong football team and favorable early schedule provide boost for San Diego State’s attendance figures

AUDIO: Padres HC Alan Zinter: ‘It’s Been Like Two Different Years Put Together In One’
Padres hitting coach Alan Zinter sat down with Andrew Burer and spoke about the difference between roster from the start of the year to where it is now, working with younger players, Wil Myers’ second-half struggles, and why Derek Norris hasn’t been able to find a rhythm at the plate.

AUDIO: Gregg Rosenthal ‘I Don’t See Many Holes On Their Roster’
NFL.com’s Around The League Editor on competitive AFC West, why he likes the Chargers roster, why the NFC South has vastly improved and why it could be a breakout year for Jameis Winston.

Injured Serena Williams ousted in semifinals by Karolina Pliskova – ESPN
A year after she was stunned in a US Open semifinal, it happened again to Serena Williams. This time the upset was crafted by No. 10 seed Karolina Pliskova, a hard-hitting 24-year-old from the Czech Republic, who ended Williams’ most recent run at history 6-2, 7-6 (5).

What to make of Landon Donovan’s stunning return to the LA Galaxy, MLS – Sports Illustrated
Two years after stepping away from the game, Landon Donovan is set for a shocking return to the LA Galaxy.

SDSU announces men’s basketball schedule – San Diego Union Tribune
Aztecs open against USD at Viejas Arena and have eight Mountain West dates change by a day.

Mets sign Tim Tebow to minor league contract – Sports Illustrated
The New York Mets have signed former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow to a minor-league contract, the team announced on Thursday.

AUDIO: Matt Wells: “We Don’t Have To Beat The History And Tradition Of USC, We Just Gotta Be Able To Play For One Day”
Utah State Head Football Coach Matt Wells tells us more about his team going into their game against USC.

 

 

 

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