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  • Arizona Cardinals place Early Doucet on IR

    The 2010 season was suppose to be a break out one for Arizona Cardinals’ wide receiver Early Doucet, instead it was one that ended prematurely. The team announced Wednesday that they’ve placed Doucet on injured reserve due to a hip injury. The move officially ends what was an injury plagued season for the wideout. With […]
  • Green: Are the wrong people fixing the Suns?

    We always like it when messes are cleaned up. Whether it’s the food that was spilled onto the floor, the garbage the dog emptied or the remnants of the latest storm, cleaning up is generally an arduous, tedious process. Usually, though, if we are the ones who made the mess we are generally capable of […]
  • Burns: Turkoglu trade fixes an unnecessary mistake

    It happens more often than I care to admit. An impulse buy. A pair of gym shorts at Target. A new traveler coffee mug from Starbucks. And the minute I get home I realize I’ve wasted my money. Didn’t need it. Didn’t really want it. Got five just like it. I’ve never been afraid to […]
  • Burns: Don’t root for a Cardinals loss

    Some times in life things come exactly as advertised. When you go see TRON, you’ll get exactly what you expect. Loud. Bright. Action. No plot. Sunday’s game between two teams with rookie quarterbacks, the 4-9 Arizona Cardinals and 1-12 Carolina Panthers, came exactly as advertised. As an entertainment product, it was….uh…..lacking. A 19-12 loss that […]
  • From man on the street to Coyotes goalie

    New York’s Madison Square Garden has played host to NBA and NHL championships, a Pope, an Ali-Frazier fight, Elvis, and one of the most famous moments in NBA history when Willis Reed limped onto the court in Game 7 of the 1970 NBA Finals. On Thursday night, it may have played host to one of […]
  • Sendek, Sun Devils busy over winter break

    PHOENIX – Arizona State basketball coach Herb Sendek isn’t traveling anywhere over the winter break. That’s because he and the Sun Devils have already been on the road a lot so far this season, a trend that will continue into 2011. “We really don’t have a great deal of time before or after to do […]
  • D-backs accomplish goals at Winter Meetings

    The Arizona Diamondbacks were due for a makeover after back-to-back seasons with more than 90 losses. That process began this week during Major League Baseball’s Winter Meetings. General Manager Kevin Towers’ “Extreme Home Team Makeover” included trading Mark Reynolds, finding his replacement at third, signing a closer, and adding two other relievers. After the Winter […]
  • Burns: The Jay Feely Show in Glendale on Sunday

    To sit here and say I knew it was coming would be a lie. But a little birdie told me weeks ago that the Cardinals were itching to bust out a Jay Feely fake field goal. That little birdie….was Jay Feely. So I sat on that little nugget, as you have to, and waited and […]
  • Towers isn’t about winning the press conference

    Arizona Diamondbacks General Manager Kevin Towers doesn’t try to ‘win the press conference’. He tries to win on the field. That much was evident in his first big deal since moving to the desert. Many fans weren’t happy about Towers’ decision to deal the power hitting Mark Reynolds. Their reasoning? They only got two relief […]
  • Suns’ Nash is again the playmaker

    PHOENIX – After his 17-assist, two-turnover performance Sunday against Washington, Steve Nash is second in the NBA with 10.4 assists per game. He trails only Boston’s Rajon Rondo (14.1). Nash is currently riding a streak of six straight games of double-digit assists. “Our cohesion is better,” the point guard said. “We have a better understanding […]
  • ASU looks forward to next year after big win

    TEMPE- Arizona State may not have made it to a bowl game, but winning the Territorial Cup in Tucson served as a consolation. How fitting that in a season where extra points doomed the Sun Devils, two blocked extra points proved to be the difference in beating Arizona. “That’s one of the bigger wins I […]
  • ASU’s Weber, Brooks Named Pac-10 Conference Players of the Week

    Arizona State defensive end James Brooks and place kicker Thomas Weber were given Pacific-10 Conference Player of the Week honors after both had clutch performances in their double overtime win against in-state rival University of Arizona. All the scrutiny Weber faced this season may have been forgotten by Sun Devil fans after the kicker was […]
  • Burns: Consternation and confusion at quarterback

    Seeing that the roof was open at University of Phoenix stadium, I couldn’t help but to think of an old Seinfeld episode. Jerry is dating a woman whose appearance changes based on the lighting. Sometimes hideous, sometimes gorgeous, he can’t figure his two-faced date out. I was hoping that the open roof and the bright […]
  • NCAA denies ASU’s petition for a bowl game

    TEMPE- The NCAA has denied ASU’s bowl waiver request late Friday afternoon. ASU Vice President for Athletics Lisa Love was disappointed by the news but optimistic about the programs future. “It was a powerful way to end the season last night in Tucson,” Love said. “We are disappointed in the outcome that we are not […]
  • Quick Facts: Arizona State at Arizona

    The big instate rivalry, the Duel in the Desert, is taking place Thursday in Tucson. Whether you’re an Arizona State Sun Devil or Arizona Wildcat, here are some quick facts to give you everything you need to know for the game. • This is the 84th time ASU and UofA have gone head-to-head. The Wildcats […]
  • Stoops sees defense as key for Arizona against ASU

    Mike Stoops and his Arizona Wildcats will be focused on stopping the run Thursday against their in state rival Arizona State Sun Devils. “They’re not going to change what they do,” Stoops told Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash Wednesday. “They’ve done this all year and Brock’s been a part of this transition they made, […]
  • Tucson hosts the 84th Duel in the Desert

    The 2010 college football regular season will come to an end in the state of Arizona this week as the bitter in- state rivals University of Arizona and Arizona State clash for the 84th duel in the desert. The Territorial Cup is expected to be an offensive showcase between two of the nation’s top passing […]
  • A.D. Lisa Love still hoping for an ASU bowl bid

    Arizona State University heads into the Territorial Cup seeking their sixth win of the season; however, even if they pull off the upset on Thursday the Sun Devils will most likely left out of postseason play. ASU Athletic Director Lisa Love told Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash there is still a slight chance that […]
  • Rivals Arizona and Arizona State face off

    PHOENIX – Arizona State travels down to Tucson this Thursday in hopes of bringing the Territorial Cup back to Tempe. ASU pounded UCLA this past Friday by 21 while Arizona is coming off a loss to No. 1 Oregon. After falling behind 17-0, ASU was lead to a 55-point outburst by Brock Osweiler, who filled […]
  • Burns: It can’t get worse for the Cardinals

    Paul Calvisi is wrong. My co-host on Sports Interactive likes to say “it can always get worse.” Against their division rival, in a game that both teams have pointed to since August, on the second biggest stage in the sport, the Arizona Cardinals laid down and had their tummies scratched. I defy anyone to tell […]