Born and bred in Reno, NV, alumni of the sporting powerhouse University of San Diego, all around good guy. My first sports memories are of Joe Montana and Jerry Rice on Monday Night Football and Will Clark at blustery Candlestick Park; basically a Bay Area sports homer since birth. I now live in the City by the Bay, writing about sports, questing for knowledge, and currently averaging a triple-double on my living room basketball hoop.
The San Francisco Giants are ready for their Game 5 meeting with the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday.
Can the Golden Bears earn themselves a win on the road this weekend?
The 49ers running back claims to be ready to play, though Jim Harbaugh isn't as convinced that his knee is ready to go.
The Oakland Raiders are trying to find ways to get more sacks as they are currently dead last in the NFL.
The San Francisco Giants have harnessed the momentum from their game 3 victory to force a game 5 against the Cincinnati Reds.
The San Francisco Giants talk about what the victory means to them, and how they're feeling heading into game 5 on Thursday.
Even though they won game three, the Giants will need to find their offense to have any chance in Tuesday's game four.
Stanford is now the No. 17 team in the country, according to the Associated Press.