Andrew Nadler
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Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Andrew Nadler expects to graduate in summer 2023 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism . Nadler, assigned to Cronkite’s Phoenix:sports bureau this semester, was a beat writer for AZPreps365.

Latest from Andrew Nadler

What direction should the Cardinals go? Arizona’s best eight options in NFL Draft

PHOENIX – The Arizona Cardinals, with a restructured front office and in need of a rebuild, face a potentially franchise-altering decision with the No. 3 overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft. A shaved-down current roster for the Cardinals begs the question, trade back and fill more holes or use the pick to select a centerpiece defender to build around?

Caption: The Arizona Cardinals will be on the clock Thursday with the third overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft. That's if new general manager Monti Ossenfort chooses to stay put in his first draft. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

3 years later, ASU reflects on how COVID-19 stalled a burgeoning athletic program

TEMPE – The COVID-19 pandemic took a toll on many athletic programs, but it was particularly tough on Arizona State, which was on a roll when the coronavirus halted sports.

Arizona State’s athletic teams were on a roll when the pandemic struck three years ago. In some ways, ASU is still recovering. (Photo courtesy of Sun Devil Athletics)

What the Eagles and Chiefs are saying ahead of Super Bowl 57

PHOENIX – For the first time since 2015, Arizona will play host to the Super Bowl. Follow along for live updates, featuring news, event highlights and more from the Cronkite News team, before the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs kick off on Super Bowl Sunday at State Farm Stadium.

Margaret T. Hance Park is home to a portion of the Super Bowl LVII Experience. Signage at the park promotes the big game and events surrounding it. (Photo by Drake Presto/Cronkite News)