Hope remains for San Diego to get an NFL team, the SDSU Aztecs’ to-do list to make it to the NCAA Tournament, the Padres reach out to former Chargers’ season-ticket holders, the 49ers hire their Head Coach and General Manager, and more.
Chris Berman on the Chargers leaving San Diego, why Don Coryell belongs in the Hall of Fame and his favorite moment on ESPN.
Tiger Woods stumbles in his return to the PGA Tour, a Padres legend reveals his battle with cancer, the “unprecedented” deal from the NFL that the Chargers turned down in San Diego, MLS players are excited for San Diego, and more.
Tiger Woods completes his return to the PGA Tour as the Farmers Insurance Open tees off at Torrey Pines today, the economic impact of the Chargers leaving San Diego, a 19-year prospect is getting attention in the Padres’ farm system, and more.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, some of the NFL’s top executives and team owners are upset about Dean Spanos moving the San Diego Chargers to Los Angeles: As
The news is not official yet, but many different sources have leaked out that the San Diego Chargers plan on telling their own employees, and then the world, of their intentions to relocate to Los Angeles today. Get the whole story, as well as reactions from Dan Sileo, Darren Smith, Scott Kaplan and Kevin Acee, in today’s Morning Mighty.
Despite the NFL moving the San Diego Chargers’ decision deadline back from Sunday, January 15th to Tuesday, January 17th, Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that the
After today’s 37-27 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, the San Diego Chargers immediately announced that they were dismissing Head Coach Mike McCoy, who had one year
Here’s a list of all of the college football games that will be on The Mighty 1090 and ESPN 1700 over the next few days.
Dean Spanos reveals to Scott Kaplan that he’s “leaning towards L.A.” as the future home of the Chargers, the Raiders clinch a playoff berth in front of a crowd of their fans in San Diego, the Padres add another arm to the rotation, SDSU RB Donnell Pumphrey ends his NCAA career as the best ever, and more.