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Arizona Cardinals play coy about third overall pick, strategy ahead of NFL Draft
TEMPE – The NFL Draft begins Thursday and it is the first for Cardinals General Manager Monti Ossenfort and new coach Jonathan Gannon. On Friday, Ossenfort and Gannon discussed the upcoming draft and a bevy of scenarios surrounding the team’s first-round pick, the third overall choice in the draft.
Sense of urgency prompts Diamondbacks to move on from pitcher Madison Bumgarner
PHOENIX – At the time of signing All-Star left-hander Madison Bumgarner, the Arizona Diamondbacks thought they were getting an ace-caliber pitcher for a bargain. Four years later, they ended his Diamondbacks career by designating him for assignment.
Pat Tillman’s legacy lives through annual 4.2-mile race to raise money for veterans
PHOENIX – It has been nearly 19 years to date since the tragic death of former Arizona State and Cardinals football star Pat Tillman. Since then, those close to him have honored his legacy through an annual run to raise money for active duty scholars and their spouses.
GCU men’s basketball perseveres through adversity to set up NCAA tournament date with No. 3 Gonzaga
PHOENIX – Grand Canyon University men’s basketball hopes to one day build a mid-major powerhouse like Gonzaga’s. Coach Bryce Drew understands patience is key, but a good showing in Friday’s first-round matchup of the NCAA tournament will be a step in the right direction.
‘He wants to make amends’: Can Desmond Cambridge Jr. spark ASU in intriguing Pac-12 men’s tournament?
PHOENIX – When Arizona State men’s basketball guard Desmond Cambridge Jr. drained a game-winning half court shot against Arizona, it seemed as if ASU salvaged its March Madness hopes. However, ahead of the Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament, that shot wasn’t as impactful as expected for either team.
Arizona Cardinals facilities grade poorly in anonymous NFLPA poll
PHOENIX – Ahead of the NFL new year on March 15, the NFL Player’s Association released team report cards for various aspects of player relations. The Arizona Cardinals ranked 31st in aggregate grade.
For Bobby Hurley, WSU’s Myles Rice, Suits and Sneakers Week hits home
PHOENIX – The American Cancer Society’s Suits and Sneakers Week hits home for Arizona State men’s basketball coach Bobby Hurley, Washington State guard Myles Rice.