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  • More than a name: Hamilton’s Brenden Rice hopes to forge own path

    A legacy runs deep when you are related to the greatest wide receiver ever. For Brenden Rice, it's about the legacy he makes separate from his father.
  • Ricky Rubio brings flashes of Steve Nash back to Phoenix Suns

    Devin Booker may be the face of the franchise, but Ricky Rubio has been a steadying force behind the Phoenix Suns’ success.
  • ‘Unbelievable’: Pinnacle’s J.D. Johnson grateful Michigan honored scholarship

    The Pinnacle quarterback and Michigan commit J.D. Johnson was forced to medically retire from football, but the Wolverines will honor his scholarship.
  • ASU women’s hoops confident despite key player losses

    After a Sweet Sixteen appearance for ASU women’s basketball, the Sun Devils look to build upon last season with a new-look lineup and playing style.
  • Reaction strong after racist taunts aimed at Salt River High athletes

    Salt River High School volleyball players were targets of racial taunts. Their governing body is organizing a committee to ensure it doesn’t happen again.
  • Phoenix Suns’ hot start linked to defense, ball movement

    For a Suns team led by athletic, young stars who haven’t recently been accustomed to winning basketball, Williams’ systematic stylings have proven critical.
  • Ranked matchup shows complex position Pac-12 is in with TV network

    Opportunities are plentiful for the Pac-12 Networks’ future as the conference prepares for 2024, but the path to get there will continue to be challenging.
  • Here’s the kicker: Once a walk-on, Zendejas plays key role for ASU

    Cristian Zendejas, son of ASU legend Luis Zendejas, is now starting for the school for which his father played. And he is trying to make his own way.
  • Breakthrough they needed: Kingsbury feels good about Cardinals’ progress

    Kliff Kingsbury and the Arizona Cardinals tallied their much-needed first win of the season against the Cincinatti Bengals on Sunday.
  • Phoenix Suns enthusiastic heading into new NBA season

    After a 19-63 season last year, the Phoenix Suns made numerous changes that have generated optimism as the new season approaches.
  • Midnight Madness: GCU students camp outside for basketball kickoff

    The GCU Basketball team kicks off their 2019-20 season with a Midnight Madness pep rally that numerous students camped out for.
  • Early takeaways from training camp with the Phoenix Suns

    Monty Williams, Deandre Ayton and Ricky Rubio hope to begin flipping the script for the Suns at training camp in Flagstaff.
  • Out of baseball to Olympian: Jeremy Wolf’s path to aliyah and Team Israel

    Jeremy Wolf, who is a Scottsdale native, is a Jewish-American Olympian that has a heart for minor league baseball players.
  • California’s Fair Pay to Play Act has Arizona sports figures divided

    Arizona sports figures are divided over a California law permitting college athletes to benefit off of their names, images and likenesses.
  • NASCAR vet Michael McDowell starts week in Scottsdale, ends in hospital

    NASCAR veteran and Glendale native Michael McDowell started his week in Scottsdale promoting his sport and ended it in a hospital because of kidney stones.
  • RB and wrestler Julia Chambers looks to break barriers for Skyline football

    As Skyline High School's first female running back, Julia Chambers uses her wrestling prowess and cross-country experience to contribute on the gridiron.
  • Return to Cal stirs memories for ASU’s Herm Edwards

    Arizona State’s Herm Edwards and Rob Likens have fond memories of the time they spent at Cal.
  • Photographer Mike Harvey was Notre Dame coach Gerry Faust’s right-hand man

    Mike Harvey's numerous contributions to Notre Dame football carried him from Gerry Faust's personal assistant to Notre Dame Prep's football photographer.
  • With Fry’s guidance, female hockey participation in Arizona is booming

    Arizona ranks first among all fifty states for female hockey growth over the past year and continues to grow thanks to grassroots initiatives.
  • With Pac-12 play on horizon, a behind-the-scenes look at ASU’s win at MSU

    In his second season ASU, coach Herm Edwards continues his mission to build an improved college football program in Tempe.