SAN DIEGO – When the search for a new general manager began more than two weeks ago, Chargers President Dean Spanos said the person to fill that position would be “anybody that could win.”
SAN DIEGO – Even after being relieved of his duties as the San Diego Chargers head coach, for Norv Turner his final press conference was still about his team and football.
SAN DIEGO — On one end of the Chargers locker room, above the doorway is stenciled the Latin phrase, “Nunc Coepi.”
SAN DIEGO – On Wednesday, after the holidays have concluded and the good feelings of their latest win against the Jets wears off, Norv Turner will begin to assemble a detailed game plan for their last game of the season, and possibly, for the last game of his career as head coach of the San [...]
COAST CITIES — In four days, in five venues around the county, 69 teams from around the country will take to the courts for some highly competitive basketball until only one team remains.
SOLANA BEACH — The Santa Fe Christian football team never imagined they would end the 2012 season with a 66-7 loss to Modesto Central Catholic in the CIF Division IV state championship bowl, but it had little if anything to do with the lopsided score.
SAN DIEGO — Sir Isaac Newton created his three laws of motion to describe how objects react when affected upon.
SAN DIEGO — During Monday’s press conference, Chargers head coach Norv Turner did something he hasn’t done in a long time: Smile.
SAN DIEGO — Following a U-T San Diego report apparently from sources saying that the Chargers would fire head coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith at the end of the season, Dean Spanos, the team’s chairman and president, issued a statement late Thursday afternoon disputing the report