San Jose State will go to 5-0 for the first time since 1939 if it prevails at Boise State on Saturday afternoon. The Spartans and Broncos are both 4-0 in Mountain West Conference play, a half-game behind Nevada. Fox will carry the Spartans-Broncos matchup, the first San Jose State game to receive an over-the-air network telecast since 2006. … [Read more...] about Unbeaten San Jose State looks for first win ever against Boise State
The increased pressure on public health resources comes amid an alarming spike in cases in the Bay Area and the rest of the state. Daily cases have more than doubled in the region in the past month, and tripled in California. Just this week, an average of 1,760 cases were reported in the Bay Area each day before Thanksgiving, a nearly 50% increase over the daily average the week before. … [Read more...] about Surge strains coronavirus testing sites in Bay Area
“You look at the Green Bay game and a number of others,” Shanahan said. “And this one (against the Rams) is going to be tough, too. Any time you put a quarterback in there who hasn’t had two weeks in a row with the same group of receivers. … And the same thing with the running backs and O-line. So I think that’s been a huge challenge for Nick.” … [Read more...] about What’s behind 49ers QB Nick Mullens’ uneven season?
And now for the bad news for the 49ers: They still have six players sidelined because they have either tested positive for the coronavirus or have been a high-risk close contact with an infected person and it’s possible none will be available when they visit the Rams on Sunday. … [Read more...] about 49ers activate Javon Kinlaw from COVID-19 list; six players remain
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — There will soon be an app for international travelers that stores all their COVID-19 testing results and other important data to enable swifter, safer border crossings during the pandemic. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 Travel: Airlines Hope New Digital Health Passport App Will Revive International Travel