One of the greatest Aztecs football players of all time goes into the College Football Hall of Fame while the team finishes in the Top 25 at the end of the season. Meanwhile, reasons why a Peavy-Padres reunion makes sense, how the NFL Playoffs could be shaping the Chargers’ head coaching search, and more.
The San Diego Chargers continue interviewing candidates to replace Mike McCoy, who could be returning to his old job with the Denver Broncos. Also, Trevor Hoffman braces for another Hall of Fame vote, SDSU tries to right the basketball ship, and more.
NFL owners scramble to find a solution to the Chargers’ stadium issues in San Diego, the Aztecs start the season 0-2 in the conference after another road loss, Tiger Woods is ready to make his return at Torrey Pines, and more.
Chargers running back and impending free agent Danny Woodhead discusses the team’s injuries, Mike McCoy and if he wants to return in 2017; Brandon Flowers discusses a
While the team searches for a new coach and someone to help them pay for a new stadium, two former San Diego Chargers are finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Also, the Gulls start a new winning streak, the Padres add another arm to their starting rotation, and more.
San Diego and the Chargers turn to the NFL for financial help that could keep the team from move to Los Angeles, San Diego State struggles without Malik Pope, the Raiders try to change their identity before the playoffs, Padres’ first All-Star passes away, and more.
Darren Smith and Marty Caswell discuss Mike McCoy’s firing and takeaways from Tom Telesco and John Spanos’ press conference on the decision and Los Angeles.
Hear from Philip Rivers, Matt Slauson, Denzel Perryman and Hunter Henry on the firing of Mike McCoy.
The Chargers played their final game of a miserable 2016 season, losing to the Kansas City Chiefs then promptly firing Mike McCoy. So what’s next? Hear from inside
Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates reflect on another Chargers “final” game, enduring another tough season, and making sure Gates at least tied the all-time record