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With a looming NCAA appeal hanging over its head, the ASU baseball team continues to Charlie Sheen all over the Pac-10.
What’s $50 to an ASU student?
ASU junior Brock Osweiler made a throw in Saturday’s spring game that reminded me of a guy I saw in 2003.
It’s always sad when a great family like the McCourts have to deal with the media vultures picking away at their private lives and sticking their noses in where they shouldn’t.
Are we about to witness the best NBA playoffs ever? And by that I mean, could this be the best professional sporting tournament of all-time?
Shout out to all Pat’s Run participants. In seven years the event has grown from 5,000 participants to 28,000. It’s raised millions of dollars for the Tillman Foundation, including the Tillman Military Scholarship program — an extraordinary way to honor an extraordinary human being.
The NFL and the NFLPA (now a trade association and not a union) will return to the negotiating table next week, per a mandate from the U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson, who is hearing the player’s class-action antitrust lawsuit against the league.
It was like every other day at ASU: longboarders surfed the campus malls, classroom commuters scurried every which way, ear buds in, oblivious to the impending “change.”
I tend to dispute the long-held notion that the NCAA college basketball tournament is the greatest sporting event. It’s not even the best basketball tournament in the country.
Just a week before Monday’s unsightly NCAA championship game, the issues of the NCAA cartel, college athletes and compensation and Title IX re-emerged as trending topics.
The enlightened age of sabermetrics: an attempt to put the belief systems of baseball purists to shame.
The post-Carmelo Denver Nuggets have a chance to make one of the most important statements about NBA basketball in decades. Sure, the 2004 Detroit Pistons proved you don’t need a superstar to win a championship, but the Pistons played an unsightly style of basketball in which they limited possessions and maximized the defensive dominance of Ben Wallace.
Here’s a freakin’ genius way to pick playoff teams: Pick the Yankees, Red Sox and Phillies.
The NCAA tournament gets better every year. Right?
Aren’t the Phoenix Suns doing this year exactly what they should have done last year?
Congratulations to national champion wrestlers Bubba Jenkins and Anthony Robles. No athlete represents ASU better than Robles.
Say, purely for the sake of argument, the rapture doesn’t go down (or up) on May 21 and the lot of us aren’t fighting locusts and the like.
When Ohio State’s President E. Gordon Gee was asked Tuesday if he would consider firing football coach Jim Tressel for egregious NCAA violations, he said: "No, are you kidding me? Let me be very clear. I'm just hoping the coach doesn't dismiss me."
ASU coach Herb Sendek doesn’t want to focus on negatives this season, but unless ASU officials plan on passing around memory erasing drugs to those in attendance on Thursday and Saturday, they won’t be forgotten.