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  • ‘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.
  • ASU alumni Gonzalez, Foster look to make mark with Cardinals

    Former Sun Devils standouts, Zane Gonzalez and D.J. Foster look to build upon a new regime and make the Cardinals' 53-man roster.
  • Kickoff for breakfast? ASU football reacts to potential 9 a.m. starts

    Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said the conference could begin to trial 9 a.m. kickoffs and some Arizona State players are in favor of the idea.
  • Phoenix Mercury rookie Sophie Cunningham looking to make a mark

    Phoenix Mercury second round draft pick Sophie Cunningham has shined so far in Phoenix in her first season with the team.
  • Versatility is key for new Rising FC player, Liverpool import Corey Whelan

    Liverpool product Corey Whelan may be a new player for Phoenix Rising, but he’s expected to solve a problem that’s been there for a while.
  • Brandon Clarke lights up NBA Summer League, takes home MVP award

    Phoenix native Brandon Clarke led the Memphis Grizzlies to a Summer League championship after being selected 21st overall in this year's NBA draft.
  • Kevon Lambert and Junior Flemmings in Phoenix Rising uniforms

    Jamaica Reggae Boyz Flemmings, Lambert return to Phoenix Rising

    Kevon Lambert and Junior Flemmings returned Phoenix Rising FC following their time with Jamaica for the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
  • Former ASU hoops F Zylan Cheatham impressing at NBA Summer League

    Former Sun Devil Zylan Cheatham has had an opportunity to show off his skills for the New Orleans Pelicans in the NBA's Summer League.
  • Luke Bell, Arizona Diamondbacks draftee

    From Diamondbacks executive to GCU player, baseball a Bell family affair

    Seton Catholic High School's Luke Bell, the Arizona Diamondbacks’ 34th round draft pick, continues a baseball-led family legacy.
  • Maturity, defense keys to success for Rising’s Amadou Dia

    Phoenix Rising FC's Amadou Dia is enjoying success on the pitch, but his growth off of it is just as important to his accomplishments.
  • Kaepernick remains impactful figure as Ducey, Nike drama reveals

    Arizona Govenor Doug Ducey has decided to pull funding from a proposed Nike plant in Goodyear, Arizona in relation to Nike pulling Betsy Ross themed shoes.
  • Ex-players Ramage, Gavin look for coaching success with Rising

    Former Phoenix Rising players Peter Ramage and Blair Gavin are bringing their experience to the coaching staff in Phoenix.
  • ASU basketball searching for answers as summer workouts begin

    With losses of Luguentz Dort and Zylan Cheatham, Bobby Hurley and ASU basketball looks to regroup and retool after second-consecutive NCAA Tournament.