Keys To Victory: SDSU Aztecs vs Air Force Falcons

September 22, 2017

On Saturday September 23, the San Diego State Aztecs take on the Air Force Falcons in the first conference game of the season for SDSU. The Aztecs are riding high, after last week’s game in which they defeated their second PAC-12 opponent in a row. However, they better be careful not to overlook the Falcons. In this week’s piece we will focus on what the Aztecs need to do on…

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Keys to Victory: SDSU vs Stanford

September 15, 2017

  On Saturday, September the 16, the San Diego State Aztecs play host to the 19th-ranked Stanford Cardinal, in the most anticipated game of the season for SDSU. It’s safe to say that this game has created quite a buzz around town, especially after the Aztecs victory in Tempe last week against the Sun Devils. In this piece I will point out what I think are the keys to victory…

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Aztecs Game Preview: SDSU vs UC Davis

August 31, 2017

UC Davis Aggies vs SDSU Aztecs Saturday September 2, 2017 Qualcomm Stadium- 5:30 PM   On Saturday September 2nd, the San Diego State Aztecs kick off their 2017 football season at Qualcomm Stadium against UC Davis. It will be the first big football game to be played in San Diego since the whole Chargers/Spanos debacle. In my mind this is much more than just a regular season opener. Saturday’s game…

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Friday’s Game is a Must-Win for the Tijuana Xolos

August 10, 2017

It’s been a tough start to the 2017 Apertura tournament for the Tijuana Xolos. After an off-season of high-profile transfers (specially from South America) and a new coach introduced, a lot of fans and media members were hoping for a successful tournament. Well that hasn’t been the case so far. I still believe that this team has what it takes to turn things around, but they will need to get…

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An Interview with Xolos’ Announcer Nate Abaurrea

July 13, 2017

On Monday night, I had the pleasure of interviewing the voice of the Tijuana Xolos in English, Nate Abaurrea. I was curious to know how Nate fell in love with “the beautiful game” of soccer. In this profile, our readers will find out how a Northern California native has become a regional soccer voice. We talked about many topics, some of which will not be featured in this piece, but…

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Padres Editorial: The Padres Need to Show a Backbone

June 21, 2017

2017 has been a tough year for San Diego sports fans. First of all, we lost our NFL franchise to greed. Now it seems that the Qualcomm Stadium site will be abandoned for the foreseeable future, because SDSU will only play there for the next couple of seasons and the city has no clue on how to get out of their own way and built something in Mission Valley. The…

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Interview With Padres’ Minor Leaguer Ruddy Giron

June 18, 2017

  On Friday afternoon, I had a chance to visit, for the first time, the Padres advanced A affiliate Lake Elsinore Storm. I drove up there to interview a couple of young Latino players: Javier Guerra and Ruddy Giron. Due to extended batting practice, Javier wasn’t available after all. I did, however, find out a lot about Ruddy Giron. He’s a very interesting young man, and I was completely blown…

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Series Recap: Padres Lose 3 of 4 in Desert to Diamondbacks

April 27, 2017

  On Thursday night, the San Diego Padres lost for the third time in four nights in Arizona. Like I wrote in my preview for this series, Padres’ pitchers needed to be on top of their game in order to stop a very potent D-backs’ line-up. Sadly that wasn’t the case as not one of the San Diego starters managed to give the team a quality start in the series….

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Series Preview: San Diego Padres vs Arizona Diamondbacks

April 24, 2017

After a 3-3 home stand, the Padres travel to the Arizona desert to face their division rivals, the Arizona Diamondbacks. Arizona is coming off a series win against the Dodgers over the weekend. The Padres and D-Backs played last week in San Diego and the Padres won two out of three in the series. Arizona’s bats were on fire in their series against L.A. Cuban slugger, Yasmany Tomas, has been on…

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Aztecs Legendary Coach Steve Fisher Retires

April 11, 2017

One of the sad things about life is that everything must come to an end. On Monday, a day that every Aztecs fan knew would come, finally did, as Steve Fisher announced his retirement from coaching after 38 successful seasons in the sport. The man should be recognized for all he did. He changed collegiate basketball in San Diego forever. Steve Fisher began his coaching career at The University of…

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Xolos’ Paul Arriola Will Play on Men’s U.S. National Team

March 28, 2017

  Paul Arriola. WOW. Just WOW. Every now and then I get reminded why I fell in love with sports many years ago. Sometimes it’s a game like game 7 of the 2016 World Series that does the trick. But more often than not, it is a story of a guy that believed in himself when nobody else did, that comes to the forefront. This time we’re going to take…

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It’s Time for Miguel Herrera to Grow Up

March 19, 2017

  I hate when I give people credit for doing something well and then, almost immediately, they take a crap on their good actions. Last month, I wrote how Xolos’ manager, Miguel Herrera, had finally grown up after his many blow-ups. I wrote in that piece for EVT that if he remained on his best behavior, the Xolos could become champions at the end of the season. On Friday, after…

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