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  • The new Tim Tebow? Skelton leads Cardinals to another win

    John Skelton’s 13 of 19 for 114 yards and one touchdown in the first half Sunday was but one small step for a man, and one giant leap for the Cardinals. OK, maybe not. Skelton was a bit more effective in the first half of Sunday’s win over the Browns than he had been in […]
  • Another overtime win for Cardinals

    GLENDALE, AZ — The Arizona Cardinals have found a comfort zone. Strangely enough, it’s in overtime. Jay Feely booted a 22-yard field goal with 10:56 left in overtime lifting the Cardinals to a 20-17 win in front of 60,443 fans at University of Phoenix Stadium. The winning field goal was set up by a 38-yard […]
  • Snapshot: Cardinals continue overtime win streak

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  • Notes from the Nest: Cardinals vs. Browns

    Have a question about the game you want answered? How about a thought of your own? Email Adam at agreen@arizonasports.com or tweet him at @theAdamGreen. — 10:56 left in Skelton time Feely boots a field goal from 22-yards out, Cardinals win. Playoff hopes live to see another day, and the Cards reach the .500 mark […]
  • Seen, heard and observed: Last second goal crushes Coyotes

    The New York Rangers won a hockey game Saturday night under one of the most bizarre instances I’ve ever seen in hockey: a goal scored with .01 remaining on the clock. Aside from the heartbreaking goal, the Phoenix Coyotes played a solid game of hockey that could have gone either way. There was plenty of […]
  • NAU downs ASU on last-second three-pointer

    TEMPE, AZ — In the media notes for the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks, there’s an item that points out when guard Stallon Saldivar was in 6th grade in Salt Lake City, he played on a team coached by NBA legend John Stockton and sharpshooter Jeff Hornacek. Apparently whatever they taught him worked. Saldivar had a career-high […]
  • Slow start dooms ‘Cats in loss to Gonzaga

    Arizona was outclassed right from the opening tip falling behind 14-0 and never fully recovering in a 71-60 loss to Gonzaga at Key Arena in Seattle. For 10 minutes it seemed as if the Wildcats were just going through the motions until Jordin Mayes stepped up and added a spark. That spark was not enough […]
  • Report: Kyle Turris traded to Ottawa Senators

    The Kyle Turris saga has finally come to a close. The former contractual holdout player who has not tallied a single point since returning to the Phoenix Coyotes has been traded to the Ottawa Senators, according to reports. In return for Turris, the Coyotes will receive young Swedish defenseman David Rundblad and a second-round pick, […]
  • Report: Skelton to start Sunday vs. Browns

    It looks like Sunday will be a battle of the backups. Quarterback John Skelton will start Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, reported ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Kevin Kolb is out with a concussion. The Cardinals are 4-1 when Skelton is taking the snaps. So far this season, he’s thrown seven touchdowns and nine interceptions. Browns quarterback […]
  • Arizona Sports predicts Cardinals vs. Browns

    The Arizona Cardinals get a break from playing some of the NFL’s best as they welcome the 4-9 Cleveland Browns to town. At 6-7 the home team has a chance to bring its record to .500 while staying in the playoff race, but the Browns are hoping to pull off the upset. Will it happen? […]
  • Sun Devils add Bob Connelly to staff

    The Sun Devils’ coaching staff is coming together, as Bob Connelly was added to the staff late Friday. Connelly, who spent the 2011 season coaching the offensive line for UCLA, will likely fill the same role at ASU. Connelly has had stops at Alabama and UTEP as well, and was named one of the nation’s […]
  • Steve Nash: ‘That’s my team forever’

    Steve Nash knows his career may not finish in Phoenix, but that doesn’t mean he won’t always be a Sun. A guest on Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Friday, Nash said he thinks of the Suns in the same way he does his high school and college team. “That’s my team forever,” he said. […]
  • How many dunks for Dudley?

    It’s the biggest question of Suns training camp. No, not who is going to be the back-up point guard or starting shooting guard. It’s, how many dunks will Jared Dudley have in 2011-2012? “Eighteen!” he stated during the team’s one-week stay at Grand Canyon University. “Eighteen?” said a wide-eyed Steve Nash as he walked by. […]
  • Amare Stoudemire: New York a better situation than Phoenix

    When Amare Stoudemire signed with the New York Knicks last summer he left a team that had just gone to the Western Conference Finals for one that hadn’t made the postseason since 2004. So, maybe it’s just a little interesting that Stoudemire’s new team was in the playoffs last season while his old one, unfortunately, […]
  • Sun Devils add Chris Thomsen to coaching staff

    Todd Graham has wasted little time in filling out his coaching staff, as the new ASU boss added former Division II Abilene Christian coach Chris Thomsen to his staff. Thomsen posted a 51-21 record over seven seasons with the school and won the Lone Star Conference South Division Coach of the Year award four times. […]
  • Surging Cardinals defense to add another piece

    The Arizona Cardinals defense has been getting plenty of accolades recently — and rightfully so — as they’ve been key to the team turning its season around. The funny thing is, though, they’ve done so all without the services of starting safety Kerry Rhodes, who has been out since October 9th after breaking his foot. […]
  • Graham names Chris Ball as co-defensive coordinator

    Newly hired Arizona State head coach Todd Graham continued to fill out his coaching staff on Friday, naming Chris Ball as his co-defensive coordinator. Ball, 45, has been on the staff at Washington State for the past three seasons, serving as assistant head coach, co- defensive coordinator and safeties coach. In 2011, Ball’s WSU defense […]
  • The Better Half – December 15, 2011

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  • Graham not worried about being ASU’s first choice

    First, Arizona State was interested in Houston coach Kevin Sumlin. Then, apparently, they wanted SMU coach June Jones. Tuesday they “settled” for Pittsburgh coach Todd Graham, and some have wondered how he might feel about not being ASU’s “first choice.” Follow @theAdamGreen
  • Suns singer debate: Tamia vs. Monica

    In one corner, a four-time Grammy-nominated singer. In the other corner, the 1999 Grammy Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group award winner. Tamia or Monica. The wife of Grant Hill or the wife of Shannon Brown. “That’s a good question,” said Josh Childress. A question that could cause dissension in the Suns […]

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