Kaplan: “It Is Critical To San Diego, SDSU And SDSU’s Football Future That The Stadium Be Open In 2022”
Scott Kaplan reacts to SDSU West winning on election night and why SDSU Football needs to be backed financially like a top football program.
Landon Donovan Concedes Measure E on Ben & Woods
Landon Donovan joined Ben & Woods to concede the morning after Election Day as Measure E failed drastically.
SDSU West victory creates questions about future of MLS in San Diego – Union Tribune
SoccerCity was beaten badly at the polls Tuesday, but does that mean Major League Soccer will never come to San Diego? That was the question remaining, with few immediate answers forthcoming, after city voters backed the SDSU West initiative with a 55-percent approval rate, while delivering a decisive blow to SoccerCity, which received only 30-percent backing.
Kirk Morrison joined Darren Smith: “It’s Just A Win For Everybody, It’s Putting An Emphasis On Football”
Kirk Morrison on why SDSU needs to put a big emphasis football and why the new stadium could mean big things for tuition and enrollment, an important game for Boise vs. Fresno State, and if the Rams are concerned about allowing 45 points to the Saints.
Bryce Harper will sign with the Phillies. You can bank on it. – USA Today
Bryce Harper will be standing in right field with the Phillies on March 28 at Citizens Bank Park when they open the season against the defending NL East champion Atlanta Braves. Bank on it. It’s hard to find an executive, scout, or rival agent who doesn’t believe that Harper will eventually sign with the Phillies, maybe a month from now when he can drive from his Las Vegas home to Mandalay Bay and make the official announcement himself.
Scott Bair joined Darren Smith: “Raiders Are Practicing Hard But They Can Get Knocked Down With A Feather”
Raiders insider Scott Bair discussed why it’s worse than it’s ever been for the one-win team, if the players quit on Jon Gruden, the departure of Bruce Irvin and why it’s time to think about the 2019 draft.
Floyd Mayweather says he agreed to small exhibition fight, not official bout – ESPN
If you’re a Floyd Mayweather fan, don’t go booking your trip to Japan for the New Year’s Eve return to the ring that he announced Monday at a news conference in Tokyo. Mayweather on Wednesday pulled back from his announcement, posting on Instagram that he had never agreed to a formal bout with Japanese kickboxing phenom Tenshin Nasukawa and that he and his team were “completely derailed” by the magnitude of the event announced.
Saints Sign Dez Bryant With All Eyes Squarely on the Playoffs – Sports Illustrated
After a lengthy time without an NFL team, Dez Bryant finally lands with the Saints, where he’ll be expected to contribute to a deep playoff run this season.
Video: Ben & Woods Play The Links At Petco Park
Ben & Woods, and producer Paul play the Links at Petco Park and try to win the inaugural media tournament!
Le’Veon Bell uses bizarre upside-down tweet to lash out at his critics on Twitter – CBS Sports
If you’ve been paying attention to the Le’Veon Bell situation, then you may have noticed that there seems to be at least one new twist every day. The newest twist came on Wednesday when Bell lashed out at his critics on Twitter. However, instead of sending a normal tweet to rip his critics, Bell decided to write his message using upside-down letters.