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  • 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.
  • Cardinals offense doesn’t reflect the style Kingsbury displayed in college

    In the early part of Arizona’s 2019 season, why has Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury become one of the league’s most conservative coaches?
  • Three former ASU softball players to represent Mexico in 2020 Olympics

    Three former Sun Devils who all play for the Mexico National Softball team qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
  • Retooled offense, day-to-day approach has Coyotes hopeful for playoff return

    The Arizona Coyotes hope veterans Phil Kessel and Carl Söderberg can help a team make it back for the first time in eight years.
  • ‘Every day I walked in here to play’: Taurasi, Griner reflect on 2019 season

    Phoenix Mercury's Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner will fiercely try and improve as they reflect on an injury-riddled 2019 season.
  • Coyotes’ Soderstrom, Hayton fighting for roster spots

    Heading into the 2019-20 season, Arizona Coyotes first round picks Victor Soderstrom and Barrett Hayton are making significant pushes to earn a roster spot.
  • ‘I’m not really a freshman’: ASU Daniels confident in first road test

    ASU freshman QB Daniels is coming off two home wins to start his career, but he faces a stiff test on the road against the Michigan State Spartans.
  • Hayton hoping his versatility will lead to early success for Coyotes

    Just under a year ago, Barrett Hayton found himself in a familiar place, though it may not have been exactly where he wanted to be.
  • Diana Taurasi doubtful as Mercury head to playoffs

    Securing the final spot in the WNBA playoffs, the Mercury know they must play better on the road if they hope to make a deep playoff run.
  • Clayton Keller extension part of GM John Chayka’s vision for Coyotes

    Clayton Keller’s eight-year, $57.2 million contract extension offers insight into John Chayka’s master plan for the Arizona Coyotes.
  • Out of the spotlight, Kyler Murray opens up about his football career

    To understand Kyler Murray, who makes his first NFL start with the Cardinals Sunday, is to appreciate his roots in Texas and Oklahoma.
  • ‘It feels like a big club’: Schantz vision for Rising starting to show

    When Rick Schantz had his interim coaching status removed, he saw a vision for Phoenix Rising and set lofty goals for the squad after a breakout season.
  • After stumbling, loaded ASU men’s golf team is aiming at national title

    ASU golf went to nationals last year ranked second but ended up 16th. Now, they are second in the ranking again and are ready for another run.
  • Quarterback Jayden Daniels makes strong impression in ASU opener

    In Arizona State's season opener, freshman quarterback Jayden Daniels made a strong impression in a 30-7 victory over Kent State.