Chargers Super Bowl


Hello all, I recently moved and going through some of my Dads old things and I have come across some incredible things. From the first Basketball Card Beckett's. old Sports Illustrated mags, Baseball/Football/Hockey/Basketball cards, but I thought these newspapers were the coolest find. My Dad would always tell me stories growing up of how great the Chargers once were(getting there again) in the Late 80's early 90's. I was old enough to watch the games with LT and Brees, but heaing the stories of Fouts, Seau, Wilkerson, Winslow, the list goes on. Hearing about the 93-94 season and the Super Bowl run was the best though. Seeing the way his face lit up when he'd talk about early season games and how it became so lifeless when he talked about how much better the Niners played. I just thought it would be a cool thing to share.

Huh? Dr. Chao as an expert?


I just stumbled upon this article at National Football Post written by a Mr. David Chao. Apparently, he's been writing for them since October. I just can't settle on my feelings about this: are we all too critical of Chao, or is the NFP (one of my favourite sites) just not as reliable as I hoped?

More reasons to love the Hawks (especially Russell Wilson).


I have never been a Russell Wilson fan, but I am now. You guys should check this out if you haven't already seen it. Never knew about his dad, but I think that it's pretty cool. As is Russell's recognition of SD. I was undecided on who to root for in the SuperBowl until I read this. The straw that broke the donkey's back if you will.

In case you don't have enough reason to want the 'Hawks to be champs


Great feature from 2007 called "23 Reasons Why a Profile of Pete Carroll Does Not Appear in This Space," published in LA Magazine. Despite its title, it is essentially a profile piece, though unconventionally structured. At the time, Carroll was the Head Coach at USC. A fun (albeit lengthy) read for anyone looking for a good read.

Wild Card Win: Eric Weddle Mic'd Up


Safety Eric Weddle was wired for sound during Sunday's 27-10 Wild Card victory in Cincinnati.

Rich Ohrnberger : Hometown Hero


Rich Ohrnberger didn't have time to be nervous. Once he saw that Chargers center Nick Hardwick had suffered a neck injury in the first quarter of Sunday's playoff game against the Bengals, it was right to work. "Just a few practice snaps on the sidelines, and that was pretty much it," said Ohrnberger, 27, who starred at East Meadow High School. But Ohrnberger, playing in his first career playoff game, did a terrific job in place of Hardwick, regarded as one of the top centers in football. He helped the Chargers rush for 196 yards and two touchdowns in a 27-10 win over the Bengals.

Chargers Blood Drive XXXIV


The Chargers and the San Diego Blood Bank are gearing up once again for one of the community’s longest running and most successful life-saving events of the year. This year’s day-long event presented by the San Diego County Credit Union, will take place at the Town & Country Convention Center in Mission Valley on Tuesday, November 26, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Parking is free for donors.

San Diego Chargers | Blood Drive
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