DAILY LINKS: Would the NFL give the Chargers more money to stay in San Diego?

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, left, is joined by Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke during groundbreaking ceremonies for the team's new stadium in Inglewood, Calif., Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016.(AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

AUDIO: Kaplan: “Jerry Jones Says Its Conceivable The NFL Will Give The Chargers More Money To Stay”
Scott got his annual face to face with Jerry Jones in Dallas during the Thanksgiving game. He talked about what Jerry Jones thinks will happen with the Chargers in San Diego.

Gaspar vote is blow to Spanos subsidy bid – San Diego Union-Tribune
The victory for Kristin Gaspar, an incoming County Supervisor whose opponent conceded the election Monday, brings a new face to county government for just the second time in two decades.

And Gaspar says she’s less willing to play ball on a stadium subsidy than is fellow board member Ron Roberts, a longtime supporter of the Chargers and Padres.

AUDIO: Philip Rivers On Must-Win Games, Faith In Inman & Case For Chargers Pro Bowlers
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers on path of must-win games, why Dontrelle Inman has the most important trait a player can have & his choices for Bolts’ pro bowlers.

San Diego Chargers Place LB Attaochu On Season-Ending IR
Michael Gehlken, San Diego Chargers beat reporter for the San Diego Union-Tribune, joined the Darren Smith Show and revealed that OLB Jerry Attaochu had broken his foot in the 4th quarter of yesterday’s game and would be undergoing season-ending surgery yesterday.

Cheatham, Shrigley lead Aztecs to 100-67 victory vs Tigers – FOX Sports
Zylan Cheatham scored 18 points and Matt Shrigley had 15, all on 3-pointers in the first half, to lead San Diego State to a 100-67 victory against Savannah State on Monday night.

Max Hoetzel added 15, Jeremy Hemsley 14 and Montaque Gill-Caesar 12 for the Aztecs (4-1), who were playing for the first time in a week following a 77-65 victory against California at Sacramento.

VIDEO: Full-Strength Aztecs Rout Savannah State 100-67
After a week off, a healthy, full-strength Aztecs basketball team cruised to a 100-67 win over Savannah State. Game highlights and postgame reaction from Head Coach Steve Fisher and Forwards Matt Shrigley, and Max Hoetzel.

Plane carrying Brazil’s Chapecoense soccer team crashes, killing 76 – Sports Illustrated
A chartered plane carrying a Brazilian first division soccer team crashed outside Medellin while on its way to the finals of a regional tournament, killing 76 people, Colombian officials said Tuesday. Six people initially survived, but one of them later died in a hospital.

Redesign complete at Torrey Pines North Course – San Diego Union-Tribune
When the South Course at Torrey Pines was redesigned 15 years ago, it was to attract the U.S. Open and accommodate the PGA Tour professionals who play there one week each year.

When it came time to redesigning the North Course at Torrey this year, it was done with everyone else in mind.

VIDEO: Chargers Keep Slim Playoff Hopes Alive
Dan Sileo and Joe Tutino break down the Chargers 21-13 win over the Texans, why this team has won four of its last six games, and what the victory means for their slim playoff hopes.

Gulls extend win streak to six games – SanDiegoGulls.com
The San Diego Gulls (8-5-1-0) won their franchise-record sixth consecutive game as they defeated the Ontario Reign (6-5-4-0) 4-3 in front of 8,380 fans at Citizens Business Bank Arena. The current six-game winning streak is San Diego’s longest unbeaten streak since a seven-game unbeaten run from March 27-April 10, 2016 (5-0-2).

They’ll try and run their streak to seven tomorrow night against the Tucson Roadrunners at the Valley View Casino Center. If you can’t make it to the arena, you can listen to the game at 7:00pm on The Mighty 1090AM!


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DAILY LINKS: Dean Spanos heckled at L.A. Chargers rally

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DAILY LINKS: Aztecs notch first road win of the year vs. rival UNLV

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Chris Githens, left, kicks a pile of Chargers memorabilia in front of San Diego Chargers headquarters after the team announced that it will move to Los Angeles Thursday Jan. 12, 2017, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)

DAILY LINKS: The Chargers officially leave San Diego for Los Angeles

In a historic day, the Chargers announced that they would be moving after 56 years in San Diego to become the Los Angeles Chargers. The city and its people are still in pain, but they got some of their frustrations out yesterday before the team could make its first official move in L.A., hiring a new head coach.

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