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  • Arizona Wildcats nab Brandon Ashley, another top recruit

    The rich keep getting richer? Sean Miller and the Arizona Wildcats, already having landed one of 2012’s best recruiting classes, added another verbal commitment Monday, this time from a five-star recruit. According to the Arizona Daily Star, the Findlay product chose Arizona for a variety of reasons. “I just think he had a familiarity and […]
  • Cardinals QB Kolb ready to face Carolina Panthers

    The regular season is just about two weeks away and Arizona quarterback Kevin Kolb is already preparing for the opener. The Cardinals open up at home against the Carolina Panthers on September 11, and Kolb has begun the process of reviewing game film. “I’ve watched a couple of games on my own, but not in […]
  • Arizona Cardinals inlude Komar among roster cuts

    The Arizona Cardinals made their first batch of roster cuts Monday. The team trimmed its roster to 80 players, a limit that all teams have to meet by Tuesday afternoon. The most notable move was waiving wide receiver Max Komar, who recorded 12 catches for 117 yards last season. The Cardinals also waived safety Tommy […]
  • Arizona Cardinals DB Greg Toler out for the season

    Well that’s not good. The Arizona Cardinals have lost cornerback Greg Toler to a torn ACL, an injury suffered in Saturday’s preseason loss to the Chargers. He has been placed on injured reserve. CB Greg Toler has a torn left ACL. Going to IR, out for the season.less than a minute ago via TweetDeck Favorite […]
  • Chester Taylor to be released, possible fit for Cardinals?

    The Arizona Cardinals said they’d wait. In need of a running back once Ryan Williams was lost for the season, coach Ken Whisenhunt said the team would be patient in their search for a replacement. Perhaps the time has come to make a move. A report by the Chicago Sun-Times says the Bears will be […]
  • Inside the Box: Brooms come out at Chase Field

    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 August 28, 2011: Diamondbacks 6, Padres 1 The Good: In seven innings, D-backs starter Kennedy may have allowed six hits, but he hurt the Padres where it counts – the […]
  • Patrick Peterson notches first score as a Cardinal

    Patrick Peterson finally got one. With just more than two minutes remaining in the first quarter the rookie read Chargers QB Philip Rivers’ eyes, left his man and made a break on the ball. A little running and a couple of jukes later, touchdown. “It felt great because I was screaming the whole way to […]
  • Offense, Beanie Wells click for Cardinals in loss

    Now that was what the Arizona Cardinals envisioned their offense doing when they traded for Kevin Kolb. The Cardinals scored 31 points Saturday — 24 of which came courtesy of the offense — and while they ultimately lost to the San Diego Chargers, the good certainly outweighed the bad in this one. Take, for instance, […]
  • Kevin Kolb gives Cardinals reason to believe in him

    Eight passes into the game Kevin Kolb looked every bit of Derek Anderson. The new Cardinals QB had completed just two of eight passes, missing open receivers and failing to put enough air under his deep throws to Larry Fitzgerald. Give No. 11 time to get under the ball and chances are he’ll go and […]
  • Inside the Box: Cardinals lose to Chargers in dying seconds

    After every Arizona Cardinals game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for August 27, 2011: Chargers 34, Cardinals 31 The Good: Kevin Kolb showed on Saturday why the Cardinals offered him a serious contract. The Cards’ new starting quarterback completed 11 of […]
  • Inside the Box: Young HR wins it, fan interferes with Upton

    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 August 27, 2011: Diamondbacks 3, Padres 1 The Good: Chris Young had a big night for the D-backs. His two hits, including a two-run homer in the fourth, put him […]
  • Prisco tips Arizona State to win BCS championship

    A senior writer for CBS Sports said that Arizona State is as a contender for the BCS national title this season.
  • Inside the Box: Collmenter stifles Padres in D-backs win

    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 August 26, 2011: Diamondbacks 5, Padres 0 The Good: The Arizona Diamondbacks jumped all over the San Diego Padres and Wade LeBlanc early in the game scoring four runs in […]
  • Arizona’s Greg Byrne talks Rose Bowl for Wildcats

    Greg Byrne wants to see the Arizona Wildcats reach the Rose Bowl. “We’ve been knocking on that door of getting over the hump, and now we need to do that,” he told ArizonaSports.com’s Bearing Down with Adam and Jarrett podcast. And, from the sounds of it, Byrne thinks Mike Stoops is the guy to get […]
  • Arizona Cardinals defense adjusting on the fly

    This offseason the Cardinals hired Ray Horton to be their defensive coordinator, but with only two preseason games left the players admit they’re still learning. “We’ve got the grit of it,” safety Kerry Rhodes told azcardinals.com’s Darren Urban. “We’ve got the base stuff, and some of the exotic stuff. But we don’t have everything in.” […]
  • Dennis Erickson wants Arizona State to be a powerhouse

    Arizona State head football coach Dennis Erickson has had a long and successful career, one the 64-year-old has no plans to end anytime soon. Erickson has been a head coach at the high school, college and the NFL level, leading four different programs to bowl games and winning two National Championships while with the Miami […]
  • How good is Paul Goldschmidt?

    Just how good is Paul Goldschmidt? That is the question fans and baseball minds alike have been wondering since he was called up to the Majors back at the beginning of August. The first baseman wasn’t really viewed as a legitimate big league prospect by those around baseball until recently despite tearing the cover off […]
  • What stands between the Diamondbacks and the NL West crown?

    The Diamondbacks are looking at a golden opportunity to shut the door on the San Francisco Giants’ season and wrap up an NL West title. With 31 games remaining on the schedule, the Diamondbacks begin a 6-game homestand Friday where they host two teams who are already looking towards next season. The Padres followed by […]
  • Cardinals need O’Brien Schofield to step up

    The Cardinals selected O’Brien Schofield in the fourth round of the 2010 draft believing they were getting a top-notch pass rusher at a discounted rate. Roughly 19 months since tearing his ACL, the hope is the linebacker will turn into the dominant pass rusher the Cardinals need. “The two guys that had been starting there, […]
  • Arizona football loses another player to injury

    University of Arizona lost another player to a knee injury when sophomore cornerback Jonathan McKnight tore his anterior cruciate ligament after jumping for a pass and landing awkwardly, according to the Arizona Daily Star. McKnight was expected to be a starter on defense after playing in all 13 games as a freshman. “You feel very […]