Category Archives: Pro Football

2024 NFL Draft: First Round

2024 NFL Draft: First Round

Super Bowl LVIII: Who Do the Coaches Like?

We took a poll of area high school head coaches and assistants (past and present) on the outcome of Super Bowl LVIII. We asked them just one question: Who do you like in the Super Bowl? We received 89 responses with one coach that abstained. Out of 88 answers 47 picked the Kansas City Chiefs […]

Harbaugh Hungry, Spanos Starving, “Let’s Go!”

(Inglewood)—Jim Harbaugh was officially introduced as the 19th head coach in Los Angeles Chargers history today at a press conference at SoFi Stadium.

Chargers Name Harbaugh Head Coach

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – The Chargers have named former Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh as their new head coach the team announced Wednesday.

Chargers’ Season Ends in Defeat, 13-12

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – Harrison Butker kicked a 41-yard field goal with 41 seconds left to give Kansas City a 13-12 win over the Chargers Sunday before 68,274 fans at SoFi Stadium. Cameron Dicker booted four field goals for the Chargers but they failed to get in the endzone and they fell short.

Late Kick Sinks Chargers, 24-22

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood)- Tyler Bass kicked a 29-yard field goal with 28 seconds left to lift Buffalo to a 24-22 win over the Chargers Saturday night before a capacity crowd of 71,500 at SoFi Stadium.

Chargers Fire Head Coach Staley, GM Telesco after Loss to Raiders

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – The Chargers fired head coach Brandon Staley and General Manager Tom Telesco Friday morning after a 63-21 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders Thursday night at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

No Offense But Chargers Lose

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – The Chargers were held out of the end zone until the fourth quarter and never established a groove offensively in a 24-7 loss to Denver in front of 70, 240 fans at SoFi Stadium Sunday.

Chargers Turn it Over to Ravens, 20-10

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – The Chargers turned the ball over four times and ultimately couldn’t overcome the mistakes in a 20-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens Sunday before 70, 240 Sunday Night Football fans at SoFi Stadium.

Chargers Have Their Way with Bears

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – The Chargers controlled the game from the outset and ultimately dispatched Chicago 30-13 on Sunday Night Football before 70, 240 fans at SoFi Stadium.