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A Padres Prediction

Josh and I went to high school together and were on JV baseball together.  We used eat seeds and play baseball trivia on the bench.  Before the year started I emailed him to give him some props on the moves they were making.  I really felt like we were improving on our team which finished […]

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Chargers Playoff Tickets Available… On Craig’s List

“• The Chargers announced their divisional round playoff game has sold out. Tickets were available only to current season-ticket holders and those purchasing 2010 season tickets. The team said it has a limited number of playoff tickets remaining for those who purchase ’10 season tickets.” – Courtesy of the UT If you want Chargers Playoffs […]

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Culture, Sport

USC Football and Fans Have a Bright Future!

If you’re worried about USC’s “off year”, it is understandable.  This is the first year in the Pete Carroll era where I don’t remember a plethora of ridiculous freak athletes with the ability to get the ball in to the end zone.  Damian Williams was hurt for several games, Stafon Johnson crushed his throat, and […]

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One man’s trash is another man’s treasure!

4 teams declined to sign Jon Runyan for the 2009 season as he had microfracture surgery on his knee after last season in February.  Even though Runyan was gearing up for a possible Congressional campaign, he kept himself in shape for an opportunity just like this. “The 35-year-old free-agent offensive tackle, who had microfracture surgery […]

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Sorry Donkeys

In case you missed it, the Chargers slaughtered the Donkeys and made this Donkey look good. We are finally back to watching the type of Chargers football we expect to see.  Every year we hear about how “talented this team is”, but we haven’t gotten off to a good start since Schottenheimer left.  Norv Turner […]

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Chargers Beat Eagles for Virtual Tie in AFC West

The season seemed to be over after starting 2-3 with two back to back losses to Pittsburgh and Denver.  Norv Turner’s Chargers teams have started the past two seasons slowly and they almost missed the playoffs last year after starting 4-8.  With the way the season was going, many of us thought we were on […]

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Trojans face their sixth ranked opponent this season!

Make no mistake about it… Jim Harbaugh is the real deal Holyfield when it comes to coaching.  After getting out of pro-coaching, Harbaugh became the head coach for our local USD Torreros and took them to two back-to-back Championships before becoming the Stanford head coach.   At the Pacific 10 Conference media day on July […]

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