The Los Angeles Chargers have a unique problem that’s unheard of in professional sports. They don’t wants fans to use the company that is sponsoring their stadium.
Set to play at StubHub Center in 2017, the Chargers will use the home of the Los Angeles Galaxy to host NFL games while construction of a football stadium in L.A. is completed. The Chargers are concerned that the 30,000 seat capacity at StubHub center could be a problem, considering the team’s relocation and renewed excitement.
The second, titled “If This Cup Could Talk,” highlights the sheer joy players and fans show when they get close to it.
And that’s where we lost it. Well done.
Did you see Christian McCaffrey only did 10 reps on the bench press? I hope for his sake that the poor results are injury-related. If that is his true strength, yikes. Many gym warriors on social media claim they can do better in some of these combine drills than the future NFL players, but in this case, they are right.
South Carolina QB Brandon McIlwain is transferring. I always thought he was a much better baseball prospect than a football player, but now he’s free to pursue whatever.
Ohio State got a new four-star commit. He is Jaelen Gill, a running back from Ohio, and he is legit:
Gill is commitment No. 4 for the Buckeyes 2018 class joining QB Emory Jones of Georgia, RB Brian Snead of Florida, and S Jaiden Woodbey of California. He’s also the fourth blue-chip pledge for Urban Meyer. Gill currently holds the 32nd highest grade of all prospects in the 2018 class.
The Ole Miss latest: Egg Bowl rivals arguing about whether there’s tape evidence of Mississippi State being dragged into it.
How Nick Saban turning down some home cooking helped Alabama recruit Jonathan Allen.
Tom Brady was once committed to Cal before Michigan. That’s cool.