Nationally Ranked San Diego State Takes Aim Against Air Force

September 21, 2017

San Diego State Aztecs (3-0) vs Air Force Falcons (1-1) Saturday, September 23, 2017 4:00 PM PST/CBSSN TV Falcon Stadium/Colorado Springs, Colorado “Overconfidence precedes carelessness.” – Toba Beta A trap game is defined as a game played before or after a tough opponent. The Aztecs (3-0) travel to Colorado Springs to take on the Air Force Falcons (1-1) to open the 2017 Mountain West schedule. San Diego State, is coming…

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Aztecs Win First Pac-12 Road Game Behind Rashaad Penny’s Impressive Performance

September 10, 2017

Tempe, Arizona Respect. When it comes down to a PAC-12 team playing a Mountain West team, respect is hard to come by. The Aztecs (2-0) could change that as they took on the first of two straight games against a PAC-12 opponent. SDSU traveled to Tempe, AZ to face the Arizona State Sun Devils (1-1).  The Aztecs were looking to win their 10th game in their last 12 road games and…

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New East Village Sports Arena Announcement Coming Soon

August 29, 2017

August 30, 2017 could mark the day that changed the San Diego sports scene forever.  The Mighty 1090AM has reported that Joe Tsai will hold a press conference Wednesday to announce his plans on a new East Village Sports Arena. Reports are that his group has been quietly purchasing property in the East Village and has amassed over 80 acres.  The sports venue is to be privately funded and will…

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SDSU Basketball Signs Shooting Forward Matt Mitchell Jr.

August 16, 2017

Three-star recruit Matt Mitchell Jr. committed to San Diego State a few days ago. Mitchell Jr, who was originally committed to Cal State Fullerton, obtained his release after a stellar senior season which he averaged 25.5 ppg and 9.5 rpg. The 6′ 6″ Roosevelt High grad lead his team to a Division 1 state title while earning the Riverside Press-Enterprise’s Inland Empire player of the year. The shooting forward was…

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Four Aztecs Who Could Be Selected in the 2017 NFL Draft

February 15, 2017

Coming off their second top-25 finish in school history, the San Diego State Aztec football team could see four players selected in the 2017 NFL Draft. Last year’s Aztecs were led by four seniors, who in late April, may find themselves drafted by an NFL team. Let’s take a closer look at each one, listed in order of highest possible draft order. Nico Siragusa, Guard, 6’3” 324lbs. The former Mater…

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Chargers Socks & Dean Spanos Sucks

January 13, 2017

In a dingy three bedroom apartment in National City, filled with second-hand smoke and the stench of boiling fish guts from my mother’s secret sauce in the kitchen, was where my love for the San Diego Chargers started. As a child of the seventies, post Vietnam, and new to the country, there were a lot of things I had to learn. English was first and foremost as most first graders…

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Padres Claim Zach Lee off Waivers

December 13, 2016

The San Diego Padres have claimed right-handed pitcher Zach Lee off waivers from the Seattle Mariners. Lee, a former 2010 first round draft pick (28th pick overall) of the Los Angeles Dodgers, will try to compete for a starting spot in the Friars’ rotation. The Padres claimed RHP Zach Lee off waivers from Seattle. Former Dodgers first-rounder was drafted by Padres exec Logan White. — Dennis Lin (@sdutdennislin) December 13, 2016…

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Week 14 Recap: San Diego Chargers vs Carolina Panthers

December 12, 2016

CHARGERS LOSE EIGHTH GAME TO DISAPPOINTING PANTHERS TEAM The San Diego Chargers (5-7) traveled to Charlotte to face the (4-8) Carolina Panthers.  This was a matchup of two teams who found themselves at the bottom of their divisions with slim hopes of securing a playoff spot.  The Chargers are coming off a disappointing loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers while the Panthers and Cam Newton don’t seem to be playing at the same level we…

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2016 Padres Futures Game – Top 5 Players to Watch

October 7, 2016

The 2016 San Diego Padres season left most fans with little to cheer about and watch as the team traded all their top talent for prospects. Rebuilding is once again in full effect and the strategy is pretty clear. A.J. Preller has reloaded the farm system via trades, the MLB Draft, and the International Draft. Last November’s trade of Craig Kimbrel to the Red Sox has already paid off for…

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