For years, Raiders fans have watched anxiously as Raider home games approached, wondering if the team would sell enough home tickets to broadcast games in the Bay Area, but it looks like that waiting game may now be over.
The Sharks have blown a three game lead in the opening round of the NHL playoffs and are on the verge of a nearly unprecedented collapse should they lose game seven of their series with the Los Angeles Kings. Would the most demoralizing loss in the history of the NorCal-SoCal sports rivalry? Hardly. Here are our picks, of the hardest losses to forget.
Former NFL players, baseball wives and a pair of exes among the teams racing around the world for a chance at $1 million…
Which team will cross the finish line first? We’ll find out during the show’s two-hour finale this Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on KPIX 5…
Quan led a crowd of about 100 people who gathered in front of Oakland City Hall in chanting, “Let’s Go Oakland!” and carried a sign urging the A’s baseball team, the Raiders football team and the Warriors basketball team to remain in Oakland.
According to organizers, there were 80,000 people vying for tickets in this year’s lottery – tens of thousands more than the venue’s 50,000 person capacity.
The California schools will be divided when the Pac-12 conference splits into football divisions next year following its recent expansion.