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  • Inside the Box: D-backs fall short again

    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 May 12, 2011: Giants 3, Diamondbacks 2 The Good: Stephen Drew added to his RBI total as he got two hits and an RBI in San Francisco. It gives him […]
  • Suns not the only crumbling dynasty, but may be last to realize it

    As the NBA’s old guard dynasties have come crashing down they have brought the realization that all good things must come to an end. The Spurs, Lakers and Celtics all bowed out of this year’s postseason, sometimes in a less-than-graceful manner (I’m looking at you, Los Angeles), and with them went the dynasties of the […]
  • Kennedy on if he sees himself as D-backs ace: ‘No’

    When spring training started the Arizona Diamondbacks were without an ace for their starting rotation. Spring training has come and gone and six weeks into the season the Diamondbacks are still without an ace. At least, that’s the case if you ask who would presumably be their ace. After all, Ian Kennedy is the guy […]
  • Even a Wildcat can see Vontaze Burfict ready for big 2011

    The Arizona versus Arizona State rivalry pretty much permeates through anything involving the two schools regardless of whether it involves athletics or not. That’s why when a writer who covers one of the teams says a player for the other should win a national award it should be noted. TucsonCitizen.com’s Anthony Gimino, who has covered […]
  • Tyler Gabbert eyeing Arizona State, Arizona?

    With a name like Gabbert you have to think he’s pretty good. Tyler Gabbert, Blaine’s younger brother, has informed Missouri coach Gary Pinkel that he is leaving the program. Among his possible destinations? Arizona State and Arizona. According to Sporting News, Chuck Gabbert, Tyler’s father, has contacted the two schools as well as Clemson, Iowa, […]
  • Acquiring Kolb is something Jerry would do

    Let me ask you a question. What did you love about Jerry Colangelo? He won you say? Well…he did and he didn’t. His Suns and D-backs teams won a lot of games over the years but if you’re getting down the brass tax (whatever that means) Jerry’s teams only won one championship. All those years, […]
  • Is the price for Kevin Kolb starting to take shape?

    The Cardinals are interested in Eagles QB Kevin Kolb, that much is clear. What is a bit hazy, though, is what it would take to get him. Speculation has had the Cardinals giving up a first round pick, a player or a pick and a player to acquire the 26-year-old, but if one really wants […]
  • Report: Hulsizer to walk away from Coyotes deal

    Could the Phoenix Coyotes be back to square one in their ownership saga? Just one day after the Glendale City Council approved covering the team’s losses for another season while they and the NHL find a new owner, it’s being reported that Matthew Hulsizer may be backing out. FOX 10’s Jude LaCava is reporting that, […]
  • ‘Kevin Kolb, starting quarterback Arizona Cardinals’

    Most people will admit they aren’t sure exactly what the Arizona Cardinals will do when it comes to the quarterback position. Don’t count FoxSports.com’s Adam Schein as one of them. In a video that more resembled a Lewis Black comedy routine than a sports report, Schein emphatically expressed that the Cardinals will land the Philadelphia […]
  • One team is skeptical about Kevin Kolb

    How much would you pay for a young NFL quarterback who’s been named NFC Offensive Player of the Week multiple times? If you’re the Miami Dolphins, apparently nothing. The Miami Herald is reporting that the Dolphins aren’t interested in the Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback Kevin Kolb. Especially not at the reported asking price. Besides the […]
  • Russ Grimm says Cardinals must be able to run the ball

    The Arizona Cardinals ran for the fewest yards of anyone in the NFL last season, tallying just 1,388 over the course of 16 games. So, it should come as no surprise that Russ Grimm, assistant head coach and offensive line coach, feels the team needs to improve on the ground. “You’ve got to be able […]
  • Steve Nash to be the subject of documentary

    When it comes to film making Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash has spent most of his time behind the camera. Now it’s his turn to be the subject of one. Thanks to directors Michael Hamilton and Corey Ogilivie in association with Chruchtime Films and Donnelly Films, Nash will be the subject of the aptly […]
  • Acho ready to play for defensive coach with Steelers ties

    Arizona Cardinals fourth round draft pick Sam Acho referred to the Cardinals as the “perfect team” when talking to The Bud Light Morning Rush — ESPN radio in Austin, Texas. Acho is excited and ready to get his professional career underway. Of course one would expect a rookie to be excited. Acho has specific reasons, […]
  • An Arizona Cardinal guaranteed to be playing in July

    While guys like Reggie Bush and Reshad Mendenhall are spending their free time due to the lockout ruining their reputations via Twitter and Chad Ochocinco is spending it riding bulls, one Arizona Cardinal has decided to do something a little more productive. In a month that he’d usually be reporting to Flagstaff for training camp, […]
  • Cardinals draft pick Acho was ‘shocked’ he wasn’t taken earlier

    If you ask Arizona Cardinal draft pick Sam Acho when he thought he was going to get drafted his answer might surprise you. No, not necessarily because the University of Texas product thinks too highly of himself, but rather because of what a few NFL scouts and coaches told him leading up to the draft. […]
  • Statement from Coyotes COO Mike Nealy

    Statement from Phoenix Coyotes Chief Operating Officer Mike Nealy on the City of Glendale’s vote to keep the Coyotes in Glendale for the 2011-12 NHL season. “On behalf of the entire Phoenix Coyotes organization, we are very pleased that Glendale City Council voted in favor of keeping the Coyotes in the Valley for the upcoming […]
  • Inside the Box: D-backs lose pitchers duel

    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 May 10, 2011: Giants 1, Diamondbacks 0 It was a classic pitchers duel between Arizona’s Ian Kennedy and San Francisco’s Tim Lincecum. Both pitchers were fantastic throwing eight shutout innings […]
  • Reinsdorf re-emerges as potential Coyotes suitor

    Just when you think the Phoenix Coyotes ownership drama couldn’t get any more convoluted, a familiar name has re-emerged as a potential suitor. According to the Phoenix Business Journal, the City of Glendale and NHL commissioner Gary Bettman have been in contact with Chicago White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf. Glendale city manager Ed Beasley and […]
  • ASU guard Corey Hawkins to transfer

    Just as a college basketball team is supposed to begin taking shape the Arizona State Sun Devils find themselves needing to replace someone who was expected to be a key contributor next season. Corey Hawkins, a sophomore, has informed the coaching staff he intends to transfer, according to the Arizona Republic. The sophomore guard’s decision […]
  • Sun Devils, Wildcats welcomed to ESPN

    With a new TV deal comes increased exposure, and starting this year both Arizona State and Arizona will have more of a national presence. According to ESPN Media Zone, ASU and UA will be on the ESPN family of networks three times each. Of course, it is not as if the schools have been picked […]