San Diego’s Mayor and the San Diego State Athletic Director debate the future of Qualcomm Stadium, Trevor Hoffman talks about narrowly missing the Hall of Fame, the San Diego Gulls reward former Chargers season-ticket holders, and more.
The San Diego State Aztecs announced earlier today as a press conference that they have signed head football coach Rocky Long to a four-year extension, locking him up
Local media members seem ready to either see the Chargers leave San Diego or ready to try and keep them from going, SDSU basketball tries to find itself in Hawai’i, Andy Green’s tall task with the Padres this season, Billy Ray Smith’s favorite Chargers memories, and more.
San Diego politicians offend the Chargers with how they offered their olive branch, the NFL is still working on a solution to keep the Chargers in San Diego, the Padres sign a former first-round pick of the Dodgers, Tiger Woods makes plans for Riviera in February, and more.
The San Diego Chargers talk to the L.A. Coliseum about moving in next year while also talking to the San Diego Mayor about saying, the Aztecs face a huge test in the Las Vegas Bowl, the Padres begin shopping around Yangervis Solarte at the MLB Winter Meetings, and more.
What would a win vs Houston in the Las Vegas Bowl mean for the Aztecs football program? Head Coach Rocky Long weighs in.
The San Diego Chargers’ playoff odds fall to nearly impossible after another blown 4th Quarter lead, the Padres shake up their roster and jettison a couple of star players, SDSU football wins the Mountain West Championship, SDSU basketball makes another misstep on the road, and more.
Aztecs Head Coach Rocky Long talking winning the Mountain West Conference in back-to-back years, and facing Houston in the Las Vegas Bowl.
MLB breathes a sigh of relief after avoiding a lockout, the Padres considering letting Derek Norris go without an arbitration offer, a Chargers player is struck in a hit-and-run accident, the Gulls win their seventh-straight game, and more.
In his usual vintage form, Aztecs head coach Rocky Long shares his thoughts on why its more important to win a Conference Championship than a bowl game.