Season two of Food Fights with Scott & BR is back! To get it started, the boys test out some of the best fish tacos in San Diego, from Puesto to The Brigantine to
Part 2: Scott Kaplan explores John Silverwood’s incredible story of survival, perseverance, and his search for redemption before the captain gets ready to set sail, by
Part 1: Scott Kaplan explores John Silverwood’s incredible story of survival, perseverance, and his search for redemption before the captain gets ready to set sail,
Scott Kaplan and Billy Ray Smith take over Jim Rome’s jungle for the day, guest hosting his nationally syndicated show from 9-noon. Check out the day and see what it
Del Mar Vlog #2 – Into the Vault: Scott Kaplan takes a behind the scenes tour at one of the money rooms at the Del Mar Racetrack.
Aztecs running back Rashaad Penny sat down with Andrew Burer to discuss his new role as the feature back, replacing D.J. Pumphrey, becoming a more vocal leader, and
A pair of rookies powered the Padres to a series finale victory over the New York Mets, Yangervis Solarte begins his rehab stint and could see time at shortstop, Aztecs running back Rashaad Penny discusses his new role as the feature back and replacing D.J. Pumphrey, the U.S. women’s national soccer team loses for the first time in 28 games against Australia, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving reportedly wants to go “home” to the New York Knicks, USC head coach Clay Helton joined Darren Smith to discuss the impressive intangibles of Sam Darnold at quarterback and managing big expectations every year, Brian Baldinger of the NFL Network explains to Dan Sileo why Philip Rivers shouldn’t be worried about Cardale Jones and previews different Training Camps, and more in today’s Morning Mighty!
Aztecs quarterback Christian Chapman sat down with Andrew Burer to preview the upcoming 2017 season, and talks about becoming a leader, filling the void left by D.J.
Former Charger Billy Ray Smith breaks down why he believes the Chargers will be a playoff team in 2017.
Darren Smith weighs in on SoccerCity’s new campaign, #WaitforSD, and what it means for the prospects of Major League Soccer coming to San Diego.