Jay Paris

Jay Paris: Kim makes the turn from amateur to pro

The greeting was unusual, this early in the golf year.

Jay Paris: Padres are on-deck, but we give the Bolts one last look

Are you ready for some football? Uh, yeah, and that’s a good thing and quite a switch.

Jay Paris: Chargers looking to lasso another unlikely playoff win

There are big doings in Denver this weekend and all the best in trying to locate a vacated hotel room.

Jay Paris: Singing the Chargers’ praises while chowing on some crow

Down in the Deep South, there’s a saying that goes like this: it’s not the species, but the recipe.

Jay Paris: Another Bolts win could mean so much more

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

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.

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

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

Jay Paris: Oceanside in final with Carroll as its eye in the sky

It was a bull rush of epic proportions. A stampede seldom seen. An onslaught of humanity that caused Tri-City Medical Center officials to reluctantly wave a white flag.

Jay Paris: On the face of it, Rivers’ career will never be Super

Quarterback Philip Rivers leads his Chargers into Kansas City this weekend, hopefully not by the hair on his chinny, chin, chin.