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Jay Paris: Another Bolts win could mean so much more

The Chargers’ bumpy sleigh ride comes to an end on Sunday.

FCC proposes lift on sports blackout rules

FCC proposes lift on sports blackout rules

REGION — Six times so far this season the Chargers have had to file a 24-hour extension to sell enough tickets to fill Qualcomm Stadium and avoid a local TV blackout.

Chargers postseason push still has a ‘pulse’

Chargers postseason push still has a ‘pulse’

SAN DIEGO — The Chargers have one more week remaining for the 2013 regular season — a season which saw the debut of a new head coach, a new general manager and a new feeling of optimism.

Endurance cyclist outlasts grueling challenges

Endurance cyclist outlasts grueling challenges

ENCINITAS – “How are you going to not do the race after two years of preparation and you’re in Texas with a torn quad muscle and you still have 5,000 miles to go?” Paul Solon asked himself.

Jay Paris: Too bad the Bolts aren’t on Santa’s naughty & nice list

If only there was a jolly St. Nick.

Jay Paris: This potato is sweet for the Aztecs

San Diego State is going bowling and that always beats striking out.

Miguel Barragan named coach of the year

OCEANSIDE — MiraCosta College women’s soccer coach Miguel Barragan was named Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Coach of the Year.

Jay Paris: Chargers are hoping McCoy isn’t Gilbride 2.0

If you squint just right, it’s not a pretty sight.

Buddy Bowl brings military and civilians together

Buddy Bowl brings military and civilians together

CAMP PENDLETON — Military and civilian football players gathered to play in the annual Buddy Bowl to support military charities and share their love of the game Nov. 30.

‘Too many mistakes’ cost Chargers a win

‘Too many mistakes’ cost Chargers a win

SAN DIEGO – This Chargers game was one defined by critical penalties and drive-killing turnovers.