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  • Dockett says talent isn’t everything

    The Arizona Cardinals returned to practice today after four days off for the bye week. Veteran defensive tackle Darnell Dockett was in a chatty mood as he stood next to his locker and assessed the team’s four game losing streak. “We gotta a lot of talent on this team but talent don’t mean nothing. When […]
  • Cardinals look to fix problems against Steelers

    The Cardinals are coming off a much needed bye week, but now must re-focus on Sunday’s opponent, the Pittsburgh Steelers. Defensive tackle Darnell Dockett admits the break was nice but says football was always on his mind. “It was good today to get out there and shake four days of rest off,” Dockett said Monday. […]
  • Four to join ASU Ring of Honor

    Four new members will be inducted into the Arizona State University Ring of Honor on the weekend of November 18th and 19th. The 2011 inductees are Curley Culp, a 1967 All-American at nose tackle, the late John Henry Johnson, ASU’s all-time leading rusher Woody Green and Charley Taylor, who starred in Tempe from 1961 to […]
  • Hockey the hard way? Coyotes open home slate with easy win over Jets

    The Phoenix Coyotes have a new marketing campaign this season: Hockey the Hard Way And with that the franchise the Valley kind of wants to keep around opened its home slate against the team that they used-to-be-but-didn’t-want-to-be-again with a satisfying 4-1 victory, one the Coyotes led from wire to wire in front of a packed […]
  • A.J. Hinch the next Red Sox manager?

    Following an epic collapse that saw them squander a double -digit lead in the American League Wildcard race in the final month of the season, the Boston Red Sox are in major upheaval. General manager Theo Epstein, who spent nine seasons as the Red Sox general manager, has moved on to take the same post […]
  • ASU still in polls; not in initial BCS rankings

    The initial Bowl Championship Series standings were released with great pomp and circumstance on Sunday evening, and with little surprise, unbeaten LSU and Alabama came in ranked #1 and #2. Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Boise State rounded out the top top five. Three Pac-12 teams were ranked in the BCS standings; Stanford (6-0) is ranked […]
  • Six Points: Devils miss opportunity in Eugene

    The Arizona State Sun Devils went to Eugene, Oregon not only with the hopes of ending a six-game losing streak to the Oregon Ducks, but also to send a message to the rest of the Pac-12 and the nation that they were ready for prime time. The (now) 18th-ranked Devils failed on both goals, falling […]
  • Nine Sun Devils get midseason kudos from Phil Steele

    With half the regular season already behind us, many publications are issuing mid-season awards in college football. Phil Steele, who has published Phil Steele’s College Football Preview since 1995, has put out his mid-season All-Conference teams in every conference, including the Pac-12. Nine Arizona State Sun Devils got mention with senior center Garth Gerhart, junior […]
  • ASU has chance if it limits turnovers, big plays against Oregon

    Arizona State has already surpassed the expectations many fans went into the season with. The team is currently ranked 18th in the nation with a 5-1 record, and appears to have an easy road to the Pac-12 championship game. The Sun Devils really only have one test remaining on their schedule, and it’s Saturday’s matchup […]
  • DDB: Bissonnette Eager for “Fun Rivalry” to Begin

    GLENDALE — Coyotes forward Paul Bissonnette has more than 147,000 followers on Twitter so he’s used to getting chirped online on a daily basis about his off-ice escapades, his playing time and a wide variety of other topics. Lately, @BizNasty2point0, has been getting plenty of chirps from fans of the Winnipeg Jets regarding Saturday’s game […]
  • Doan’s been here forever, will he stay in PHX?

    A lot of things have changed in the Valley of the Sun since 1996. One thing hasn’t: Shane Doan, an original Phoenix Coyote, is still in town. Phoenix’s longest-tenured athlete will play in his 15th home opener Saturday night when the Coyotes host the Winnipeg Jets at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale. The fact that Doan […]
  • ASU’s Osweiler would be a first round pick right now

    Brock Osweiler has thrown all of 377 passes in his collegiate career, passed for 2,723 yards and tossed 20 touchdowns. He’s thrown eight interceptions and been sacked 27 times. A mobile 6-foot-8, Osweiler is now on the radars of NFL scouts. “Up in Minnesota a pro personnel man told me ‘Brock Osweiler’s got my attention, […]
  • Roberts headed to 2011 Taiwan All-Star Series

    Ryan Roberts of the Arizona Diamondbacks was named as a member of the 2011 MLB All-Star team headed to the far east to take on the Chinese Taipei national team in this year’s Taiwan All-Star Series. The Taiwan All-Star Series will consist of five games played over a six-day span in three different Chinese cities. […]
  • ASU tries to break losing skid to Ducks

    In the history of the rivalry between 18th-ranked Arizona State and 9th-ranked Oregon, the Sun Devils still come out on top, having won 16 of 31 previous games. But that number can be a little misleading, as the Ducks have won the last six meetings—a trend Dennis Erickson’s 18th-ranked squad will try to reverse Saturday […]
  • Steve Nash: Suns point guard, NBA’s 14th-best player

    Steve Nash may be the sun, moon and stars for the Phoenix Suns organization, but when it comes to his status among the NBA’s best he fits right in at No. 14. According to ESPN.com, which is ranking every player in the NBA (hey, they have to do something during the lockout), the veteran point […]