Decision Day 2018: Measure E rejected, Measure G on pace to pass

SoccerCity is dead. Long live SDSU West.

As of 1:00 AM Wednesday, Measure E – SoccerCity is going down by a huge margin while Measure G – SDSU West is above the 50 percent threshold by more than five percent.

San Diego Registrar of Voters

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The most nerve-wracking SDSU football games of 2018, ranked

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Two years ago I spent most of the final drive of the Cal game lying face down on the floor of my brother-in-law’s living room in Texas, trying hard not to emanate any scream or exultation or stream of expletives that might stir — or permanently scar — my niece and nephew sleeping nearby.

Last year, I spent the final three minutes of the Stanford game gripping the railing of the STADIUM Press Level so tightly I’m surprised the decaying aluminum didn’t snap off in my hand.

College football wants us all dead, and it’s coming for us once again.

With the San Diego State season less than a month away, I’ve done the crucial task of ranking the 2018 regular season games based on how stressful I expect them to be.

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