3:06 AM EDT, Fri October 20, 2017

CHARGERS CHAT: Previewing the Broncos at StubHub Center

After winning two consecutive games on the road, the Chargers will come "home" to face the Denver Broncos at the StubHub Center. Beat writer Dan Woike previews the matchup with reporter Annie Heilbrunn.
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Like the Aztecs, Rocky's mom enjoys bowl games

Margaret Long shook her head as she walked back from lane 38. The pins were not falling as frequently as she would have preferred during warmups on this particular Saturday at Sam’s Town Bowling Center in Las Vegas. The pins would be more cooperative before the afternoon was over, bowing as much...

Chargers coach: Opposing fans not a concern

The Chargers return to StubHub Center on Sunday for their first “home” game after a pair of wins on the road. And while the Chargers’ home stadium has routinely been filled with fans of the opposing team — which surely will happen again against Denver — head coach Anthony Lynn said that it shouldn’t...

Chargers offense still looking to score early

The Chargers offense has been outscored in the first quarter 50-7 through six games this season. Offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt and quarterback Philip Rivers discuss what needs to improve to get on the board early.

Chargers better, but still slow out of gate

Winning suits Philip Rivers. The smiles are a little wider. The belt buckles are a little shinier. The bolo ties are a little longer. It’s why Rivers walked to the postgame podium last Sunday and told everyone that he had no idea “2-4 could feel so good.” When Rivers spoke to the press Wednesday,...

Russell Okung talks NFL meetings, player protests and social injustice issues

Chargers left tackle Russell Okung was invited to New York to sit down with a handful of players, owner and NFL executives to talk about the social and political issues facing the league. Okung talked Wednesday about those discussions and what he hopes to see moving forward.

Vegas sharps: Chargers lost home edge they had in SD

Soon after the Chargers hired him, Tom Telesco mentioned a “formula” the Indianapolis Colts had perfected in his time there as a talent man. Telesco divulged no hard details, but the implied gist was this: Early lead + late pass rush + (crowd noise) = Victory. The Colts had it down pat. They built...

SDSU picked second in MW preseason hoops poll

It’s an unusual position for members of the San Diego State men’s basketball team. Picked second. Seniors Trey Kell and Malik Pope, and everyone else on the roster, have known nothing other than being the favorite in the Mountain West’s preseason media poll, than being the team with the target...

Aztecs notebook: Rocky Long won't attach extra significance to Fresno State game

San Diego State head coach Rocky Long is downplaying the significance of this week’s Mountain West game against Fresno State, even if it is Homecoming and The Old Oil Can trophy is at stake. “I think, personally, I made a mistake about the way I approached last week’s game and it has something...

Chargers linemen from same high school make former coach proud

Jeff Obradovich wears his favorite jersey Sundays as he goes to local bars in south suburban Chicago to watch football, the sport he loves to coach. The 47-year-old will slide up to the bar to order drinks — a craft beer for him and a white wine or sangria for his wife Joan. His South Side Chicago...

As turnaround grows, bookies warm to Chargers*

Watch out for the former San Diego Chargers, despite their 2-4 record.Not only have these Los Angeles Chargers* won consecutive road games for the first time in three years, the next two opponents — both of them perennial AFC powerhouses — appear less formidable than when the schedule came out....

Aztecs super fan Tom Ables dies

San Diego State has lost its No. 1 fan. Tom Ables attended nearly 800 SDSU football games and more than 1,000 SDSU basketball games over seven decades. He literally wrote the book on SDSU football, "Go Aztecs!" chronicling the team’s most memorable games through the years and highlighting the Aztecs’...

Scouting report: Fresno State at Aztecs

San Diego State will renew its longest-standing rivalry this week in its Mountain West game against against Fresno State. The teams first met in 1923. The Aztecs lead 29-23-4 in the series, including last year’s 17-3 road win. The Aztecs (6-1, 2-1 MW) have more victories over Fresno State (4-2,...

Some first impressions of 2017-18 SDSU basketball

Brian Dutcher is a first-year head coach, but he’s been around long enough to know this much: As good as you might look in intrasquad scrimmages, and his San Diego State team has looked pretty darn good, it means nothing until you do it against someone else. That someone else for the Aztecs, according...

Chargers sign LB, will welcome Perryman back to practice

Injuries and some uneven play kept the linebacker corps in a state of flux Monday, with the Chargers signing free-agent Josh Keyes to the active roster, waiving rookie Nigel Harris and hoping the ankles of Jatavis Brown and Denzel Perryman continue to heal. “It’s a real thin group, and we didn’t...

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