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  • Cardinals’ Terrell Suggs all business in return to Baltimore

    Arizona Cardinals LB Terrell Suggs spent 16 seasons in Baltimore before signing with the Arizona Cardinals in the offseason.
  • DL Jonathan Bullard among Cardinals inactives against Ravens

    The Arizona Cardinals also listed offensive lineman Lamont Gaillard, Joshua Miles, Jeremy Vujnovich, and Brett Toth as inactive.
  • Suns’ Ricky Rubio boosts Spain to FIBA World Cup Championship

    Phoenix Suns' point guard Ricky Rubio had 20 points in the win and was named tournament MVP as Spain beat Argentina 95-75.
  • Unruly fans cause Rising FC match to be abandoned for player safety

    Phoenix Rising came away with a 4-1 win on Saturday despite the match being abandoned due to unruly fans and player safety.
  • Khalil Tate, Arizona Wildcats grind out win over Texas Tech

    Khalil Tate accounted for 314 yards and two touchdowns as the Arizona Wildcats defeated the Texas Tech Red Raiders on Saturday.
  • Case Cookus throws for 4 TDs as NAU beats Western New Mexico

    Case Cookus threw for 357 yards and four touchdowns on Saturday night and Northern Arizona beat Division II Western New Mexico 55-21.
  • Arizona Wildcats QB Khalil Tate turns on afterburners in win over Texas Tech

    After struggling out the gate against the Texas Tech Red Raiders, Arizona Wildcats quarterback Khalil Tate found his footing before halftime. Literally.
  • D-backs’ one baserunner is somehow enough to beat Reds

    Behind starting pitcher Merrill Kelly, the Arizona Diamondbacks didn't need much offense to defeat the Reds on Saturday night.
  • Arizona State edges No. 18 Spartans in wild last minute

    Arizona State beat No. 18 Michigan State on Saturday after the Spartans had a tying field goal negated for having too many men on the field.
  • Stout ASU defense allows 7 points for 3rd-straight week in win over MSU

    The ASU defense stayed true to form. In each of its first three games of the season, the defense surrendered just seven points to their opponents.
  • Cohl Cabral to start at center for Arizona State against Michigan State

    Arizona State football will start offensive lineman Cohl Cabral at center on Saturday against Michigan State, per SunDevilSource.
  • Tennessee band members wear T-shirt honoring bullied fan

    The band briefly wore a T-shirt created by a boy who was teased at school over the design and then offered a scholarship at the university.
  • Predictions heavily favor Ravens over Cardinals in Week 2

    The national media doesn't believe the Arizona Cardinals have a fighting chance as they head into Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens.
  • Baseball America: Arizona State baseball has No. 8 signee class

    According to Baseball America, Arizona State baseball's best signee from the 2019 class is a junior college transfer from Middletown, New Jersey.
  • Arizona Cardinals WR Fitzgerald publishes SI column

    NFL legend Larry Fitzgerald displayed his other talent, writing, in an article he produced about division in America and how sports could be of help.
  • Diamondbacks’ downward spiral continues with 6th straight loss

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have gone ice-cold, dropping their sixth in a row in a 4-3 loss to the Cincinnati Reds on Friday at Chase Field.
  • Diamondbacks agree to extension with GM Mike Hazen

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have agreed to a contract extension with general manager Mike Hazen.
  • Open competition: Coyotes have 2 goalies with a ‘starter’s mentality’

    Antti Raanta and Darcy Kuemper give the Arizona Coyotes two good options at goaltender. So how will they manage that position battle?
  • ‘I’m not really a freshman’: ASU Daniels confident in first road test

    ASU freshman QB Daniels is coming off two home wins to start his career, but he faces a stiff test on the road against the Michigan State Spartans.
  • Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury admits he’s a thief but not a plagiarist

    "I'm probably the biggest thief of concepts and gadgetry and everything," Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said before facing the Baltimore Ravens.