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  • Brandon Browner gets tough test in Larry Fitzgerald

    • Story courtesy of MyNorthWest.com. Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner has his work cut out for him this week. “I’m a little anxious to see how it goes,” head coach Pete Carroll said during his Wednesday press conference. “He plays against Mike [Williams] and against [Kris] Durham and those guys and he feels comfortable against those […]
  • Coyotes showed the rust on Wednesday

    Thank goodness it’s the preseason. The Phoenix Coyotes had their first home preseason game against the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday. And it looked like preseason hockey. Never before have I seen a player who vied for a Stanley Cup last season fan so many times or two veterans collide then stop to look at […]
  • Arizona vs. UConn in 2010 Carrier Classic

    The Arizona Wildcats and UConn Huskies will have a rematch of their 2011 Elite 8 game next season as the teams square off in the Carrier Classic. The game, according to CBSSports.com, will be played on a U.S. Naval carrier and likely be on November 9, 2012. Chances are it will be one of the […]
  • Dockett says it’s time to put egos aside and play good defense

    The Arizona Cardinals defense has been under siege the last couple weeks, and captain Darnell Dockett knows they need to step up and start stopping people. “This week was very huge for us as a team,” Dockett said of improving. “You know, just communicating and just putting a lot of egos to the side and […]
  • Beanie Wells added to injury report

    Well that’s not good. According to Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com, Beanie Wells was added to the team’s injury report Thursday, listed as “limited” due to a hamstring problem. An injury to Wells is one of the last things the Cardinals would want right now, as the third-year pro is off to a great start as […]
  • Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals look to reclaim top spot

    Each of the last seven NFC West championships have been won by either the Seattle Seahawks or Arizona Cardinals. The Seahawks were division’s dominant team since 2004, winning four straight crowns before the Cardinals took over in 2008 and 2009. They reclaimed the top spot in 2010 while the Cardinals slipped back to the basement. […]
  • ASU looks to end long losing streak vs. USC

    The drought has lasted eleven years. “My whole life I’ve always wanted to beat ‘SC, any way possible,” stated senior offensive lineman Garth Gerhart, who was 11 the last time ASU beat USC. “I don’t care what the score — it can be 2-0. I just want to have a great win.” The last Sun […]
  • Kolb almost called Seattle home twice

    This week the Cardinals are playing in Seattle, a city quarterback Kevin Kolb almost called home twice during his career. In a conference call with The News Tribune, Kolb talked about the Seahawks’ prior interest in him while he was with the Philadelphia Eagles. “It was the year that Philly was talking about getting rid […]
  • Whisenhunt says offense will continue to improve

    The solid play of running back Beanie Wells has eased the panic that surrounded the team after rookie Ryan Williams went down with a season ending injury. Now it has been replaced with concern that the Cardinals are not running the ball enough. Go figure. However, it may not be as simple as some may […]
  • Cardinals ready for loud Seattle crowd

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Cardinals head into a big divisional match-up in Week 3 with the potential of facing a loud Seattle crowd. The Seahawks at 0-2 are in a must win game and will be counting on their crowd to give them a significant home field advantage. “There’s a lot at stake right now. […]
  • D-backs run past Pirates, reduce magic number

    The Diamondbacks were off and running early against the Pirates Wednesday. The team stole four bases in the first inning. “It’s just us playing our game,” said centerfielder Chris Young, who along with Willie Bloomquist, Aaron Hill and Lyle Overbay each swiped a bag in helping set a new club record for most stolen bases […]
  • Gibson wants Hudson to show composure on the mound

    PHOENIX – Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Daniel Hudson has had a phenomenal year in his first full season in the Major Leagues, but he’s still learning how to stay even-keeled on the mound. Hudson struggled to find his command against the Pirates on Tuesday and was noticeably flustered. “He does get frustrated. He’s a perfectionist. […]
  • Inside the Box: Good to see you, offense

    After every Arizona Diamondbacks game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for September 21, 2011: Diamondbacks 8, Pirates 5 The Good: The offense returned for the Diamondbacks in a big way, as Aaron Hill, Justin Upton, Miguel Montero, Chris Young and Ryan […]
  • Diamondbacks to host Star Wars Day at Chase Field

    The Diamondbacks can’t force you to attend a game, but they’ll welcome you to use the force when you watch them play the Giants at Chase Field Sunday afternoon. The team announced plans for “Star Wars Day” at the ballpark. Tickets for the promotion start at $33, with a portion of sales going to benefit […]
  • ASU preparing for but can’t stop blitz

    It’s coming. And ASU knows it’s coming. “If I’m USC or if I’m whoever we play down the road I’m going to look at what Illinois did to us and I’m sure as heck going to do it,” said head coach Dennis Erickson. He’s referring to the blitz. Illinois last week blitzed ASU more than […]
  • Divisional Series tickets to go on sale Friday for D-backs

    Single-game tickets for all potential NLDS games at Chase Field go on sale starting Friday at 9 a.m. For those wishing to purchase tickets at the ballpark, numbered wristbands will be distributed in the plaza are near Gate A beginning at 8 a.m. A lottery drawing around 8:40 a.m. will determine the order of the […]
  • Trojans view Sun Devils as cheap shot artists

    Arizona State has not beaten USC in its last 11 tries, but with Pac-12 South supremacy on the line Saturday you better believe they’ll be extra motivated to get a win at Sun Devil Stadium. Does that mean they’ll be more willing to play dirty? The Trojans think so. According to Mark Saxon of ESPN.com, […]
  • Beanie Wells is running well, running strong

    Beanie Wells is averaging 5.7 yards per carry this season, an average that ranks sixth among NFL running backs. However, the third year pro still feels like he’s not getting the most out of his runs. “I still left some [yards] out there,” Wells said with regards to Sunday’s game against the Redskins. “There’s always […]
  • Davon Coleman ‘ready to step up’ for ASU

    His head coach says he’s got a bright future. Well, the future is now. Sophomore defensive end Davon (day-VON) Coleman is expected to move into the starting lineup Saturday night when ASU hosts USC in the Sun Devils’ first-ever PAC-12 game. Coleman, a junior college transfer, will replace Junior Onyeali, who is scheduled to undergo […]
  • Insider believes D-backs should want the Phillies

    PHOENIX – It’s hard to argue that the Philadelphia Phillies aren’t the best or most formidable team in the National League heading towards the postseason. However, one baseball analyst believes the Arizona Diamondbacks should hope to face the Phillies in the first round because it would be their best chance to beat them. “Maybe the […]