Arizona Sports’ 2021 Newsmakers Week schedule
For one week in February each year, the people in charge of the biggest decisions in Valley sports join Doug & Wolf on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station.
Newsmakers Week begins Tuesday morning and goes through Friday.
Representatives from the Cardinals, Diamondbacks, Coyotes, Suns, Mercury, Arizona State Sun Devils, Grand Canyon Antelopes, Phoenix Rising FC, Rattlers, Waste Management Phoenix Open and Fiesta Bowl will join the show to talk about recent events and what to expect moving forward.
Without further ado, here’s the schedule of each appearance this year.
Visit back each day to find links to articles/interviews of the guests.
Newsmakers Week schedule
Tuesday, Feb. 16
Phoenix Raceway president Julie Giese — Listen here
Suns general manager James Jones — Listen here
D-backs general manager Mike Hazen — Listen here
Suns president and CEO Jason Rowley — Listen here
ASU men’s basketball coach Bobby Hurley — Listen here
ASU head football coach Herm Edwards — Listen here
Coyotes general manager Bill Armstrong — Listen here
Godfather of Phoenix sports Jerry Colangelo — Listen here
Wednesday, Feb. 17
D-backs manager Torey Lovullo — Listen here
Rising head coach Rick Schantz — Listen here
GCU men’s basketball coach Bryce Drew — Listen here
AIA executive director David Hines — Listen here
Coyotes head coach Rick Tocchet — Listen here
WMPO tournament chairman Scott Jenkins — Listen here
Thursday, Feb. 18
Rattlers head coach Kevin Guy — Listen here
Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill — Listen here
Suns head coach Monty Williams — Listen here
D-backs president and CEO Derrick Hall — Listen here
Phoenix Rising FC general manager Bobby Dulle — Listen here
Friday, Feb. 19
ASU vice president for university athletics Ray Anderson — Listen here
Coyotes president and CEO Xavier Gutierrez — Listen here
Cardinals general manager Steve Keim — Listen here
Fiesta Bowl executive director Mike Nealy — Listen here
Mercury general manager Jim Pitman — Listen here
GCU president Brian Mueller — Listen here
ASU president Dr. Michael Crow — Listen here