Craig Elsten previews the Gulls home opener Friday night against the Tucson Roadrunners, and breaks down the Gulls situation at goalie after the Anaheim Ducks traded Dustin
Thanks to former Aztec Stephen Strasburg’s brilliant start and a late grand slam off the bat of Michael A. Taylor, the Nationals topped the Cubs, 5–0, in Game 4 of the NLDS to avoid elimination, the Yankees overcame a two-games- to-none deficit, and eliminated the defending AL champions Indians, Landon Donovan weighs in the U.S. Men’s National team’s absence from the 2018 World Cup, Scott Kaplan on why you shouldn’t give up on San Diego as a sports town, Rocky Long says he has no plans to leave San Diego State, and more in today’s Morning Mighty!
Scott Kaplan shares his thoughts on why we shouldn’t give up on San Diego as a sports city, and why supporting the Aztecs this weekend against Boise State is
Darren Smith breaks down the U.S. Men’s National Team’s disaster performance against Trinidad and Tobago, which cost the team a chance to go to Russia in 2018
Quest Truxton and Trey Lomax on the Aztecs game against UNLV in Las Vegas, and why they hope football can help heal the community.
Voice of the San Diego Gulls Craig Elsten previews the upcoming 2017-18 AHL season, what the team’s projected lines could look like, and how injuries to the Anaheim
The Scott and BR Show decided to raise the stakes at this year’s Links at Petco Park: the loser has to rock the gear of their most hated opponent. So who’s
The Arizona Diamondbacks held off the Colorado Rockies 11-8 in the National League Wild Card, Cam Newton laughed at a female reporter for asking a good football question, SDSU and UNLV will wear decals on each teams helmets this Saturday honoring the victims who were killed, what if the Chargers can survive in Los Angeles without any fans?, Padres Executive Chairman Ron Fowler says 81-81 is reachable next season, and more in today’s Morning Mighty.
Former Aztec Xander Schauffele on being named the 2017 PGA Rookie of the Year, returning to his alma mater, and representing the city of San Diego.
Head coach Rocky Long, running back Rashaad Penny, and defensive back Kameron Kelly on the Aztecs 34-28 win over NIU.