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  • ASU quarterback position undecided

    Quarterback wasn’t supposed to be a position of concern for the 2012 Arizona State Sun Devils. It was set up to be Brock Osweiler’s team, but after ASU decided to let go of Dennis Erickson, which led to Noel Mazzone heading to UCLA, Osweiler entered the NFL Draft. During the Sun Devils first scrimmage Saturday […]
  • D-backs’ Collmenter roughed up by Halos

    Heading into the 2012 Major League Baseball season, many believed that Arizona Diamondbacks’ right-hander Josh Collmenter would have to pitch very well during the Cactus League to hold onto a spot in Kirk Gibson’s formidable starting rotation. With the impressive roster of young arms the Diamondbacks have assembled, the pressure to excel appeared to be […]
  • ASU’s Osweiler receives draft green room invite

    Some have scoffed at the idea of former Arizona State quarterback Brock Osweiler being a first-round NFL Draft pick. Others whole-heartedly believe he will be. But just hours after his pro day workout for numerous NFL teams and 27 days before the NFL Draft, Osweiler’s chances of having his name called in prime time by […]
  • Steve Nash is paving the way for his exit out of Phoenix

    It appears Steve Nash is preparing for an exit. A free agent at the end of this season, the Suns have, publicly, expressed hope a desire to keep the former league MVP on Planet Orange after this season. Still playing at a high level, Nash is the quintessential Phoenix Sun, the face of the franchise […]
  • ESPN’s Barry: Despite comments, Nash won’t leave

    Steve Nash opined on national radio Thursday that he wants to be on a team in the hunt for a championship, and the Suns, quite frankly, have been going backwards in attempting to get to that point. But ESPN analyst Jon Barry told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Friday that Nash will not leave […]
  • Former NFL GM: Osweiler a first round pick

    Arizona State QB Brock Osweiler held his pro day Friday afternoon in Tempe, and according to the player himself, had a solid afternoon throwing the football. He’s not the only one who feels that way. NFL.com’s Gil Brandt, who serves as an analyst now but spent nearly 30 years running the Dallas Cowboys, says the […]
  • Suns’ Nash refutes Vecsey report

    Another NBA trade deadline has come and gone, and Steve Nash is still a member of the Phoenix Suns. Despite the Suns’ unwillingness to trade the two-time league MVP, speculation still runs rampant about Nash’s future in the Valley. Nash made the national media rounds Thursday, and while promoting Dove Men Care, the subject of […]
  • D-backs manager Gibson a procrastinator with his lineup

    One week from Friday Diamondbacks Manager Kirk Gibson will have to post his starting lineup in the clubhouse for real and the odds are…he literally won’t post it until Friday morning. Gibson likes to wait until the last possible moment when setting his lineup, just in case he wakes up in the morning with a […]
  • Coyotes fighting with others for Western Conference playoff spot

    The Phoenix Coyotes have four games left in the regular season, all which are crucial into securing a spot in the playoffs. Currently, the Coyotes are sitting seventh in the Western Conference, which makes the team viable for postseason play. But a few teams are on Phoenix’s heels to take a spot in the playoffs. […]
  • From March Madness to March Sadness

    Q: When exactly did I click “Unfollow” on college basketball? A: Don’t ask me. If anyone knows that I don’t have a clue – it’s you. That exchange represents an earnest answer to a genuine question that I’ve asked myself repeatedly. Yes, a sort of struggle within. Heck, I’ve even refused to take that answer […]
  • Suns forward Grant Hill undergoes knee surgery

    Suns forward Grant Hill underwent surgery Friday to repair a torn meniscus, and is expected to miss at least two weeks, and possibly the rest of the regular season. Hill missed the Suns’ last two games — both of which were losses — with what was described as “right knee inflammation.” Hill underwent an MRI […]
  • Cameron Marshall hopes surgery allows for a pain free season

    Last season, Cameron Marshall was ASU’s leading rusher. He became the first Sun Devil running back to surpass 1,000 yards in a season since 2006, while his 18 rushing touchdowns were tied for the most in school history. He did all that on a bad ankle. Imagine what he could do running pain free. Marshall […]
  • ASU’s Brock Osweiler pleased with pro day

    Former Arizona State quarterback Brock Osweiler took another step toward the NFL at his pro day held at the Verde Dickey Dome in Tempe Friday. All 32 NFL teams were expected to be in attendance, including the Arizona Cardinals, who were represented by quarterbacks coach John McNulty and scout Josh Scobey. Former ASU offensive coordinator […]
  • Graham excited about ‘huge, huge evaluation day’ Saturday

    The first five ASU spring football practices have been held at the Bill Kajikawa Practice Facility. The sixth, Saturday, will take place at Sun Devil Stadium. “I believe in simulation, game simulation; and that’s what we need,” explained head coach Todd Graham. “With everything being so new — you guys forget, we’re also learning. You […]
  • Suns move on without Hill; host New Orleans

    The Phoenix Suns have dipped under .500 again, and will have to make up at least two games in the West in order to make the playoffs. Oh, and they’ll have to do without one of their captains, Grant Hill. Team orthopedic surgeon Dr. Thomas Carter performed a successful procedure on Hill’s right knee Friday […]
  • Williams: Justin Upton coming into his own

    Five-time All-Star third baseman and World Series champion Matt Williams knows a thing or two about superstars in the making. “Matt the Bat” was among the upper echelon tier of players during his tenure in the majors with the San Francisco Giants, Cleveland Indians and Arizona Diamondbacks. Now serving as the D-backs third base coach, […]
  • Gibson says D-backs are ‘on target’

    With spring training winding down, Arizona Diamondbacks’ skipper Kirk Gibson is pretty careful about what adjectives he’d use to describe what’s happened with his team this March. The reigning National league Manager of the Year was asked if he’d describe this spring as “smooth”. “I’m not going to say that,” Gibson said. “I mean, we’re […]
  • Skaggs surprised he’s still with D-backs

    Diamondbacks pitcher Tyler Skaggs received his first win in Spring Training against the Cleveland Indians Thursday, and he didn’t think he’d be around long enough to get one. “Honestly I didn’t expect to be here this long. I didn’t expect to be within 10 days of breaking camp, so I’m just gonna keep my fingers […]
  • Nash laments ‘bad breaks’ that kept Suns out of Finals

    Steve Nash has guided the Suns to three Western Conference finals appearances in seven seasons since returning in 2004, leading the franchise to a significant amount of success. However, one thing he has never led them to is the NBA Finals, a fact that is not particularly easy for the two- time MVP to swallow. […]
  • Are Miguel Montero’s days as a D-back numbered?

    Back in February, the Arizona Diamondbacks came to terms on a one-year deal with catcher Miguel Montero that helped both sides avoid the arbitration process. That deal, reported to be worth around $5.9 million for the season, also was the result of the two sides failing to agree on terms of a long-term deal to […]