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  • Grimm staying on Cardinals staff?

    For the last few years, it seems like there’s been a group of vocal Arizona Cardinals fans who routinely call for the ouster of offensive line coach Russ Grimm. This year was no different after the Cardinals finished 8- 8 and had trouble protecting their quarterbacks for a good portion of the season. Add in […]
  • Larry Fitzgerald still catches everything in sight

    Larry Fitzgerald’s hands are the stuff of legend. His ability to catch most anything thrown his way is well documented, and even commercialized by a popular breakfast food chain. Fitzgerald is coming off a season that saw him record 80 catches for 1,411 yards and eight touchdowns — a down year, compared to others he’s […]
  • Cardinals’ lineman Colledge to undergo surgery

    Cardinals offensive lineman Daryn Colledge announced on Twitter Tuesday that he is undergoing elbow surgery. Ladies and gentleman the day has arrived, elbow surgery yeah!! I’ll be off my game for a few days. But I’ll see y’all on the other side. — Daryn Colledge (@DarynColledge71) January 17, 2012 We’re not sure which elbow is […]
  • Marcin Gortat thriving while Suns struggle

    The Phoenix Suns have lost their last four games, falling to teams such as the Cleveland Cavaliers and New Jersey Nets. However, while the team is having its share of struggles, one person you should not blame is center Marcin Gortat. Gortat, who is averaging 14.3 points and 8.4 rebounds per game, has been excellent […]
  • Home ice agrees with Coyotes

    GLENDALE — The last time the Phoenix Coyotes took the ice at Arena on January 7th, they exploded for 5 goals in a win over the New York Islanders and Shane Doan notched his first career hat trick in his 1,161st career game. On Monday, the Phoenix captain almost got his second hat trick. […]
  • Coach that had ‘interest’ in ASU job retires

    The Arizona State Sun Devils’ search for a new head coach took many twists and turns this offseason but one particular rumor had people buzzing. Back in November, Doug Haller of the Arizona Republic heard rumblings that Mike Martz, a former assistant for the Sun Devils from 1983-1991, had interest in the ASU head coaching […]
  • Suns on the ‘Grant Hill jilted suitors’ road trip

    It’s the Suns longest road trip of the season. It’s been dubbed the “Toy Story Trip” with US Airways Center being taken over by Disney On Ice’s Toy Story 3. Another name for the five-game, nine-day journey: the “Grant Hill jilted suitors” trip. San Antonio, Chicago, New York, Boston and Dallas all expressed an interest […]
  • Two D-backs prospects rank among top RHP

    It’s no wonder the Diamondbacks’ brass is turning to their elite farm system in search of their fifth starter. Jonathan Mayo of highlighted the top 10 right-handed pitching prospects and two D-backs’ hurlers made the coveted list. According to, former UCLA phenom Trevor Bauer was chosen fourth-best among the up-and-coming right-handers. 4. Trevor […]
  • D-backs to look internally for fifth starter

    It appears the Arizona Diamondbacks’ youth movement starts now. The D-backs may have lost out on veteran hurler Bartolo Colon but don’t expect the club to continue scouring the free agent market for their fifth starter. Arizona Sports 620’s John Gambadoro tweeted: Expect Dbacks to stop looking at free agent pitchers and go internally for […]
  • Colon turns down D-backs offer; will sign with A’s

    The search for the Arizona Diamondbacks’ fifth starting pitcher continues. According to Bob Nightengale, Bartolo Colon will pursue other avenues, despite interest from the D-backs. Bartolo Colon informed the #dbacks that he is going another direction, passing on their offer #mlb Colon agreed to a one-year deal with the Oakland Athletics, which is believed to […]
  • Creekmur propels ASU to win over Oregon State

    TEMPE — For the first seven games this season, ASU sophomore Chanse Creekmur could barely hit the broad side of a barn from three-point range. The Marshalltown, Iowa product made just 4-of-21 threes to start the season, including a 4-game stretch in which he went 0-for-8 from behind the arc. Oh, how times have changed. […]
  • Breakdown: Wildcats fall at home to Oregon

    At home Arizona had a prime chance to make a statement and get some National recognition playing on CBS before, and during NFL Playoff action. The Wildcats did not disappoint delivering another wild finish at home against an Oregon school. Thursday night, it was the Wildcats defeating Oregon State in overtime with some minor fisticuffs. […]
  • Suns lose to Nets, limp into daunting road trip

    PHOENIX — Spurs, Bulls, Knicks, Celtics, Mavericks. San Antonio, Chicago, New York, Boston, Dallas. The Phoenix Suns’ next five games – all on the road – could very easily make or break their season, which is dangerously close to spiraling out of control after the team suffered another home loss to another of the East’s […]
  • Nash, Hill out Friday vs. Nets

    With a long road trip looming, the Phoenix Suns (4-6) can not really afford to drop Friday’s game against the New Jersey Nets (2-9). The game got a little tougher late Friday, though, as Alvin Gentry announced that both Steve Nash and Grant Hill will not be playing. Nash, who has an injured back, and […]
  • Michael Redd shows promise in Suns debut

    Michael Redd scored 12 points in his debut with the Suns Thursday night, showing that he is ready to finally see time on the court. Redd joined the Suns as a free agent after spending 11 years with the Milwaukee Bucks. He struggled with injuries — including ACL and MCL tears in his left knee […]
  • Turnovers consistently killing Sun Devils

    If you ask any college or pro basketball coach what they preach to their teams repeatedly in practice or right before a game, invariably “taking care of the basketball” will show up near the top of the list. Some teams take those teachings to heart and really play conservative basketball, treating each possession with tender […]
  • New DC Casteel took paycut to join Arizona staff

    Apparently the opportunity to coach with Rich Rodriguez for the University of Arizona was enough to lure Jeff Casteel away from West Virginia, because he certainly didn’t come for the money. According to the Arizona Daily Star, Jeff Casteel will make $425,000 annually at the UA, with bonuses for making a bowl game. That, the […]
  • Sun Devils add assistant for sports performance

    Arizona State University has hired Greg Vandermade as an assistant head coach for sports performance, Head Football Coach Todd Graham announced Friday. Vandermade previously worked at Cal State Fullerton as the head strength and conditioning coach in 2008, and also was an assistant strength and conditioning coach for two seasons at the University of Tulsa. […]
  • Jeff Fisher in NFC West makes challenge for Cards

    Former Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher made the decision on Friday to take the reins for the St. Louis Rams, turning down an offer made by the Miami Dolphins. Fisher did not coach this past season, as he was fired from the Titans in January 2011 after spending 16 seasons with the team. He has […]
  • Diamondbacks interested in Bartolo Colon?

    Ian Kennedy, Daniel Hudson, Trevor Cahill and Josh Collmenter will likely fill out the top four spots in the Arizona Diamondbacks starting rotation, and that’s all well and good. It’s the fifth spot, though, that is undecided, and while the team will likely promote Trevor Bauer or Tyler Skaggs to the Majors at some point […]

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