Faulk picked for College Football Hall of Fame – San Diego Union-Tribune
Marshall Faulk on Monday became the fourth Aztec to be named to the College Football Hall of Fame.
Faulk, who starred at San Diego State from 1991-93, will join Don Coryell (inducted in 1999), Fred Dryer (1997) and George Brown (1985) when he is inducted Dec. 5 at the 60th National Football Foundation Annual Award Dinner in New York.
Clemson’s classic win over Alabama proves each team is equipped for sustained glory – Sports Illustrated
Clemson’s thrilling win over Alabama marked the second classic title game the two teams have played. Don’t be surprised if they square off for the same prize next year.
AUDIO: Dan McSwain: “Every Day That Goes By, It Appears More Likely Chargers Will Stay”
UT’s business reporter Dan McSwain on the Chargers San Diego options, if renovating Qualcomm is a feasible option and why each passing day is an indicator the team will stay.
Report: Raiders to present details on Vegas project to committee – 24/7 Sports
The focus is shifting for the Oakland Raiders now that their season has officially come to a close, and one of the main talking points that’s sure to dominate the offseason conversation is the team’s potential relocation to Las Vegas.
According to a tweet sent by Tom Pelissero of USA TODAY Sports, the Raiders are expected to present details on the Las Vegas stadium project at a committee meeting in New York City on Wednesday.
VIDEO: What’s Wrong With The Aztecs?
What’s wrong with the Aztecs? Steve Fisher has left no stone unturned in trying to figure it out. Plus, Captains Trey Kell and Dakarai Allen on righting the ship, and playing with a shuffling lineup because of injury.
AUDIO: Steve Fisher: “We’ve Been Resilient, Coachable But We Haven’t Won And That’s What We’re Paid For”
SDSU Head Basketball Coach Steve Fisher joined Scott and BR to talk about the teams 3 game losing streak, the amount of injuries hes had to deal with and tomorrow nights game vs San Jose State.
Bold prediction: Peavy plays for Padres in ’17 – MLB.com
With Hot Stove season winding down, there’s not much left for the Padres to take care of. So as far as predictions go, here’s one that makes sense on every level:
Jake Peavy, one of the franchise’s all-time greatest starting pitchers, will don a Padres cap in 2017.
Playoffs may factor into Chargers’ HC hire – San Diego Union-Tribune
The Chargers anticipate less coaching turnover this offseason than what they experienced after Mike McCoy was hired in 2013. So, they may be more amenable toward waiting on the postseason picture to develop if either Patricia or Toub is coveted as McCoy’s successor.
Jags’ revamped front office opts for continuity by hiring Doug Marrone as coach – Sports Illustrated
In removing the “interim” tag from head coach Doug Marrone’s title, the Jaguars hope they’re still on a linear path towards contention.
After game absence, Derrick Rose’s Knicks future is uncertain – Yahoo! Sports
After failing to inform New York Knicks officials of his intentions to skip Monday night’s game at Madison Square Garden, Derrick Rose’s future with the franchise has become increasingly uncertain.
Knicks officials didn’t hear from Rose that he was OK until after an embarrassing loss to New Orleans, a confirmation that sources said began the next conversation within the organization: What do they do with Rose now?
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