Quest Truxton and Trey Lomax on the Aztecs game against UNLV in Las Vegas, and why they hope football can help heal the community.
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.
After months of speculation, it was finally announced today that MMA champion Conor McGregor will take on boxing legend Floyd Mayweather in a boxing match in Las Vegas on Saturday, August 26th.
Reports that the Mayor is ready to endorse the SoccerCity plan in Mission Valley, the Padres reinvent ‘tanking’ in baseball, Mark Davis’ master plan to get the Raiders to Las Vegas, Dean Blandino resigns from NFL, and more.
Dan and Joe discuss the NFL’s decision to fine players involved who were involved in an arm wrestling competition in Vegas. Yes, an arm wrestling competition that
The Padres finalize their roster and rotation to prepare for Opening Day on Monday vs. Dodgers, more response to LT joining the Chargers’ “Fight for L.A.”, the path ahead for SoccerCity in Mission Valley, and more.
NFL Network’s Mike Silver on the Raiders approval for Las Vegas, why relocation is a bad look for the league and how he expects Oakland Raiders fans to respond.
The Chargers continue trying to win over the Los Angeles fanbase while looking for Philip Rivers’ replacement, USA draws Panama with help from their young star Pulisic, Padres name their starting Shortstop and Opening Day Starting Pitcher, and more.
Reaction from Oakland and around the NFL after the team owners approved to Raiders’ move to Las Vegas, including what it means for San Diego, a backlash against the SoccerCity signature drive, and more.
Raiders owner Mark Davis on moving the team to Las Vegas, the message the league is sending, if San Diego was ever a consideration and his message to Oakland Raiders fans.