Charlie Wund joins us on the show this week to talk about cloud-based InjureFree, which sets out to address the dearth of data on head injuries in youth sports.
Schools’ responsibility goes beyond identifying possible concussions. Doctors, parents and school staff share responsibility in managing concussions afterward.
Schools, lawmakers and researchers have taken steps to protect young players in California. But we still don’t know much about the long-term effects of football-related concussions.
The team lost two titans, and has performed abysmally all season. It still must hire a new GM, and doesn’t seem to be having much luck attracting good candidates.
Some wonderful tributes pour in to honor Tony Gwynn, picturing a Whisenhunt-free Chargers offense and the Valley View Casino Center’s big facelift.
As the city and greater world of sports mourn the loss of Tony Gwynn, photos from the SDSU archives show the breadth of the Hall of Famer’s long San Diego career.
Tony Gwynn, arguably the best and most beloved athlete in San Diego history, died Monday at the age 54 after a long battle with cancer.
The Chargers are eyeing the land under his feet, and Viejas Arena is luring away the talent. We talked with Ernie Hahn, general manager at Valley View Casino Center, about the future of San Diego’s sports arena.
Chargers rookie Ryan Carrethers is already impressing people, the Padres’ dumb PR stunt and San Diego State’s Kawhi Leonard is shining in the NBA Finals.
The Padres have said they never would have wasted a substantial pick on Johnny Manziel, who’s sure to never set foot on a baseball diamond. But the team’s not in much of a position to be tossing aside opportunities to improve.