The Mighty 1090 and the SD Sign Guy are giving you, the listeners, the chance to vote on which sign a plane will fly over with before the Los Angeles Chargers vs. Kansas
This Thursday, come join Darren Smith and Marty Caswell at High Dive in Linda Vista, and you and a friend could win a trip to see your favorite NFL team play live!
All you have to do to be entered is show up at High Dive (1801 Morena Blvd., San Diego, CA 92110) before halftime of Thursday Night Football and sign up! If you’re chosen as the winner, we’ll provide airfare, hotel, and tickets to see your favorite NFL team play a game during the 2017/2018 season!
The San Diego State Aztecs have no time to celebrate their win over Stanford, as they already have to get ready for a different kind of challenge against Air Force. Also, the Padres again play spoiler to the Diamondbacks, the NASL files suit against US Soccer, and more.
Hunter Renfroe returns to Major League Baseball with a bang and leads the Padres to a win, TV ratings for the Chargers hit new lows in San Diego (and Los Angeles), the Lakers add a new big man via free agency, and more.
In a new city and new stadium, the Los Angeles Chargers face some of the same obstacles that they’ve been trying to overcome for years: Opposing fans in the crowd and last-second losses. Meanwhile, the SDSU Aztecs upset #19 Stanford and catapult into college football’s top 25!
SDSU prepares for what could be the biggest win in the football program’s history, ‘Qualcomm Stadium’ potentially gets a new name, Texas/USC get their long-awaited rematch in Los Angeles, an in-depth Canelo/GGG fight preview, and more.
Join San Diego Chargers legend “Hammer” Hank Bauer for the unbiased national radio broadcast of the Los Angeles Chargers’ first home game at StubHub
Don Coryell and three others with San Diego ties get nominated for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, SDSU football hopes for a big crowd against Stanford this weekend, Shohei Otani prepares to join MLB free agency this offseason, Sam Darnold talks about the USC-Texas rivalry, and more.
The Los Angeles Chargers are losers after their first game against the Denver Broncos, the Dodgers can’t stop losing (even against bad opponents), Oscar De La Hoya gets us ready for Canelo vs. GGG, Alexi Lalas rips into the current generation of U.S. Soccer players, Padres manager Andy Green reflects on the season to this point, and more.
The Chargers begin life as the ‘L.A. Chargers’ with a Monday Night Football appearance in Denver, Rashaad Penny leads the SDSU Aztecs to a huge win over Arizona State, the Padres can’t find their offense in Arizona, the NBA attempts to change its draft lottery to discourage tanking, and more.