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  • 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 […]
  • Steve Nash to be honored with International Award

    What do former President Jimmy Carter’s wife, the first doctor to perform open heart surgery, Mother Theresa, and Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash have in common? It may be long flowing hair, but we’re not sure. What we are sure of is that they all have now received the International Award given out by […]
  • Alan Faneca announces his retirement

    The Arizona Cardinals might have yet another hole to fill via free agency this summer. This time at guard. That’s because veteran offensive lineman Alan Faneca will announce his retirement Tuesday afternoon sources confirmed to Sports 620 KTAR and Faneca joined to the Cardinals last season after spending twelve seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers […]
  • Cardinals rookie gets first Arizona surprise

    Sam Acho, welcome to Arizona. The Cardinals’ fourth round pick in last month’s draft arrived in the Valley and completed his first workout with some of the players. Among the things he didn’t expect: the weather. Just finished my 1st workout with some guys on the team. AZ is a little hotter than expected, but […]
  • Ex-Cardinals and current analyst thinks Bulger is right for Cards

    There’s one former Arizona Cardinal turned NFL Network analyst who thinks Marc Bulger is the perfect fit as the team’s new quarterback. It’s not who you’d think though. Jamie Dukes, an offensive lineman who played for the Cardinals in 1995, said on the NFL Network Monday he thinks that Bulger gives the best chance to […]
  • Maryland never offered Sean Miller the job?

    It was generally thought that Arizona basketball coach Sean Miller turned down an offer to take the same job at Maryland. Well, he didn’t, but now word comes out that the job was never even Miller’s to turn down. MD AD Kevin Anderson: Did you offer job to Sean Miller.. “no I did not”. #Terps […]
  • Rival Seahawks also passed on QB in the draft

    Some talk after the NFL Draft was about how certain teams, like the Cardinals, passed on the opportunity to add a quarterback. Clearly lacking in that area, the Cardinals — along with division rival Seattle — had their drafts questioned by some ‘experts.’ While the Cardinals said they considered the signal callers but ultimately felt […]
  • Deja vu: Coyotes situation feels awfully familiar

    The Phoenix Coyotes must be feeling like they are stuck in the movie Groundhogs Day. Every few weeks it seems like a ‘new’ storyline emerges in their ownership saga that mirrors one we’ve previously heard. The only thing that seems to be missing is Bill Murray replacing the team’s television sideline reporter. The latest case […]
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  • How close was Sean Miller to leaving University of Arizona basketball?

    University of Arizona head coach Sean Miller was a lot closer to leaving than I think anyone wants to admit.
  • Sean Miller: ‘I’m here for the long haul’

    He listened and, ultimately, he stayed. Sean Miller acknowledged that he spoke with Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson about the school’s head coaching vacancy and considered taking the job. But, through it all, he ultimately decided the best move for him and his family was to not move at all. “I paused and considered for […]
  • Sean Miller staying brings relief today, Arizona championships tomorrow

    I didn’t even consider the possibility. When Gary Williams abruptly retired as head coach of Maryland basketball, there was not a thought in my mind that the decision would have a ripple effect that would reach Tucson, Arizona. That was Thursday, and although Sean Miller’s name had been linked to the job, I laughed off […]
  • Grant Hill doesn’t make the all-defensive team cut

    Grant Hill’s teammates and coaches view him as one of the elite defenders in the league. Apparently few others around the NBA share that opinion. On Monday the NBA announced it’s all-defensive first and second teams. Hill’s name was nowhere to be found. The honor, which is voted on by the coaches, was one many […]
  • Cardinals may have competition for veteran quarterbacks

    The Arizona Cardinals may have their eyes set on a few veteran quarterbacks for the upcoming season but it’s starting to sound like they’ll have competition for their services. According to CSN Washington, the Washington Redskins have interest in two of the names that have been linked to the Cardinals over the last few months. […]
  • Coyotes Ilya Bryzgalov could be on the move

    The Phoenix Coyotes may not be on the move but their goalie Ilya Bryzgalov might be. Philadelphia Inquirer writer Sam Carchidi suggests that the Philadelphia Flyers might pursue the netminder this offseason to help solidify a position that they struggled with in the playoffs. It says here that Bobrovsky, the 22-year-old rookie, is a keeper […]
  • The D-backs are interested in trading a key player for a starter

    This past week Major League Baseball was dominated by pitchers. Francisco Liriano and Justin Verlander threw no hitters while guys like Anibal Sanchez flirted with no-nos. The Arizona Diamondbacks haven’t been quite that lucky this year. Their starting pitchers have the second worst ERA in the majors (5.06) and opponents are hitting .271 against them. […]
  • Inside the Box: Hudson, Roberts silence Padres

    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 April 27, 2011: Diamondbacks 6, Padres 0 The Good: What a night for Daniel Hudson. The young ace has been shaky, especially early on in the game as of late, […]
  • Inside the Box: D-backs rally falls short

    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 6, 2011: Padres 4, Diamondbacks 3 The Arizona Diamondbacks lost a heartbreaking game on Friday night 4-3 to the San Diego Padres in 11 innings, but there were still […]
  • NBA analyst Kerr believes Miller staying at UofA

    PHOENIX – With the announcement that coach Gary Williams would be retiring from Maryland, rumors have circulated around University of Arizona’s Sean Miller possibly becoming his replacement. Former Wildcat and TNT NBA analyst Steve Kerr isn’t buying it. “I don’t think he’s going anywhere,” said Kerr on the Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash show […]
  • Hulsizer getting cold feet with Coyotes purchase?

    Have the shenanigans between Glendale, NHL and the Goldwater Institute finally driven prospective Matthew Hulsizer to the breaking point? According to Forbes, yes. People familiar with the discussions say that NHL commissioner is adamant the Coyotes stay in Phoenix despite the huge losses the team is suffering. And, say these people, Bettman has told Hulsizer […]