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Vince Marotta

  • An NBA Insider who doesn’t bash Robert Sarver?

    Day 112 of the NBA lockout began with some optimism. It ended on Thursday night with none. Talks between the players and owners broke down, public accusations flew from both sides, and no further talks were scheduled following three straight marathon bargaining sessions in New York. One of the more prevalent themes of this work […]
  • Big Ben a hard man to bring down

    Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has run for only 52 yards this season. There’s eleven NFL quarterbacks who have amassed more yardage with their legs than he has. Roethlisberger has also been sacked 18 times in six games- – the 3rd highest total in the league this year. Despite those figures, Roethlisberger is still one […]
  • Osweiler: ‘We’re right where we want to be’

    The expectations were high for ASU coming into the season. Now seven games in to the 2011 campaign, those expectations remain unchanged. “The way I see it in my eyes is we’re in first place in the Pac-12 South,” said quarterback Brock Osweiler. “Our goal at the beginning of the season was to win the […]
  • Is Whiz on the hot seat?

    How long does the goodwill of taking a historically bad franchise to within 157 seconds of winning a championship last? That seems to be the question a lot of people are asking when it comes to the job security of Arizona Cardinals’ head coach Ken Whisenhunt. As the Cardinals prepare for a visit from the […]
  • It’s Year 11 of the Doug Franz College Football Playoff

    The week 1 standings are out for the BCS. In case you don’t know from the things I’ve said on air. I want a playoff in college football but I don’t have a problem with the BCS formula. I just don’t want it used to narrow the field from 120 to 2. I have yet […]
  • Super Bowl rematch? Not quite

    What’s the first thing that goes through your mind when you think of the Pittsburgh Steelers playing the Arizona Cardinals? If you’re a Cardinals fan, you’ll undoubtedly be besieged by images of Steeler receiver Santonio Holmes tip-toeing in the corner of the end zone in front of three helpless Cardinal defenders for Pittsburgh’s game-winning touchdown […]
  • Kolb: ‘We’re all seeing it more and more clearly’

    They are not the best. They are not the worst. They are average, literally. The Cardinals passing attack through the first six weeks of the season ranks 16th out of 32 teams in yards (237.2) per game. That though—at least according to quarterback Kevin Kolb, is about to change. “Our last three or four practices […]
  • Foles named Golden Arm finalist

    University of Arizona quarterback Nick Foles, who is enjoying a stellar statistical season despite his team’s dismal 1-5 record, has been named as one of ten finalists for the 2011 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, presented to the nation’s outstanding senior quarterback. Foles currently ranks 2nd in the nation in yards passing with 2,255 while […]
  • The Kish Debut and Week 8 in the Pac-12

    The Arizona Wildcats and their athletic director, Greg Byrne, ran out of patience with their 8-year head coach Mike Stoops following a 1-5 start and a stretch of ten straight losses by the ‘Cats to FBS teams. Now, in week eight of Pac-12 play, we see the debut of interim head coach Tim Kish in […]
  • Fitz definitely on Tomlin’s radar

    Every team that is preparing to play the Arizona Cardinals devises a plan to contain Larry Fitzgerald. Few accomplish this. Pittsburgh Steelers’ head coach Mike Tomlin is quite aware of No. 11 in red and white heading into Sunday’s game at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. After all, it was Fitzgerald who scored two […]