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COVID-19 has sports on hold but fans could see their teams soon

In his press conference on Monday, May 18, California Governor announced the second phase of the state’s plan to reopen the economy could begin and sports could begin in the state June 1. Already the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers […]

COVID-19 has sports on hold but fans could see their teams soon

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In his press conference on Monday, May 18, California Governor announced the second phase of the state’s plan to reopen the economy could begin and sports could begin in the state June 1. Already the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers […]

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Extra Points: It takes Luck sometimes to win

Opening Kickoff: There is no doubt the sudden and unexpected retirement of Andrew Luck is the biggest story in football. It may well be the biggest story of the season

Extra Points: Kickoff Edition

Opening Kickoff:It’s approaching mid-August which means colleges and pro teams are preparing for the upcoming football seasons and the rest of the sporting world can expect to be relegated

Chargers training camp got a lift with a joint practice with the Rams

At the end of their first week of training camp, the Los Angeles Chargers held a joint work out with the other L.A. Team, the Rams. Last season both

NFL Extra Points: Never a dull moment

The Kickoff: There never seems to be a dull moment in the NFL and that is usually just fine with everyone involved in the league. At a time when

NFL musings: Off-season action for Extra Points

Kickoff: Today marks the beginning of my NFL off season coverage as well as a snappy new article name to refer to, Extra Points. I will let you decide

Super Bowl LIII: A study in defense

I will skip my usual format and get right to it. Going into this Super Bowl, it was easy to see two teams with enough offensive fireworks to break

Super Bowl LIII is here, carrying with it some NFL history

It’s Super Bowl Sunday, the 53rd such sporting spectacular in history. I’ve watched every Super Bowl, but I don’t remember every Super Bowl. The first two are easy to recall:

Super Bowl LIII: It’s the main topic this week

It was never my intention to be a sports writer. Nothing wrong with the profession. There are a lot of great writers in the world of sports, most of

Super Bowl Week Part 1: We ain’t the fortunate ones

It’s Super Bowl week and I figure what the heck, why not break up my Super Bowl week coverage of the NFL into two parts? After all, the game

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