Voice of the Gulls Craig Elsten talks about the team’s second consecutive Calder Cup playoff berth, and why the Gulls are poised for a deep run in the postseason.
USA heads for the World Baseball Classic Final for the first time after beating Japan, SDSU lays out what it wants to do with the Qualcomm Stadium site, NFL clears a path for the Raiders to move to Las Vegas, LeBron James vs. LaVarr Ball, and more.
Voice of the Gulls Craig Elsten recaps San Diego’s three-game win streak, including two overtime wins in San Antonio, as the team prepares for another showdown with
Several San Diego Padres are having a big impact on the World Baseball Classic, Darren Smith talks trash to Landon Donovan, Raiders consider signing Marshawn Lynch, Billy Ray Smith talks NFL Free Agency winners and losers, and more.
A recap of the wild first night of World Baseball Classic play at petco Park, the FS Investors release drawings of SoccerCity with an NFL stadium involved, Los Angeles Chargers players attack San Diego fans that are recruited by the Baltimore Ravens, and more.
The SDSU Aztecs advance to the semi-finals of the Mountain West Tournament, an economic impact report on SoccerCity SD, Doug Manchester’s plan to bring the NFL back to San Diego, the NFL’s relationship with painkillers, and more.
Voice of the Gulls Craig Elsten breaks down the state of the Gulls, and their chase with the San Jose Barracuda for the Pacific Division crown.
The hard journey to the NCAA Tournament begins today for the SDSU Aztecs, Raiders appear ready to get approval to move to Las Vegas, SDSU looks for other options in Mission Valley, Dirk Nowitzki cements his legacy, and more.
The debate rages on about what to do with the Mission Valley site with the Chargers gone, San Diego becomes the NFL’s new ‘stalking horse’, the #1 team in college basketball steamrolls the USD Toreros, and more.
The SDSU Aztecs lose their momentum and fall flat in a loss to Fresno State, Darren Smith talks to the young and excited Padres from Spring Training, dueling proposals for the Mission Valley land the Chargers left behind, and more.