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I am officially a torn Phoenix Suns fan.
Clothing typically doesn’t interest me.
An attractive blonde ex-volleyball player hooks up with a 51-year-old football coach — now that’s a storyline I can get on board with.
I’ll admit it. A small part of me became a journalist at ASU to escape the heat at Sun Devil Stadium.
When ASU junior quarterback Brock Osweiler first declared for the NFL Draft, my first reaction was of a skeptical nature, to say the least.
On Aug. 18, 2011, I wrote a Devil Dish explaining my thoughts on the Cardinals trading for Kevin Kolb.
As the final seconds ticked off the clock Saturday in the men’s Pac-12 basketball tournament championship game between UA and Colorado, some interesting tweets began to stream through my Twitter timeline.
Andrew Aplin isn’t a prototypical leadoff man. Sure, he’s equipped with plenty of speed, but he’s also got pop in his swing that makes him a threat to drive the ball anywhere on the diamond.
In the last five seasons, no ASU baseball team has lost more than three straight games. On three occasions, the program dropped three in a row, but never four.
Long before the first pitch Tuesday night, a plague of injuries and tired arms let the ASU baseball team know it was in for an uphill battle against Texas Tech.
As rigorous as a college baseball season is, the schedule typically doesn’t get more convoluted than three games in one week.
SURPRISE — A day after finding every gap at Surprise Stadium in a 14-run blowout, the ASU baseball team couldn’t buy a hit with a runner on base Sunday.
SURPRISE — Brady Rodgers doesn’t like to waste time. Not in his quick windup, not in between pitches and certainly not in dealing with long at bats.
Technically, the ASU baseball team won’t be at home this Thursday through Sunday when it travels to Surprise for the 10th consecutive season of the Coca-Cola Classic.
They bat in the four and five spots, but those are the only small numbers associated with ASU junior second baseman Joey DeMichele and senior first baseman Abe Ruiz in 2012.
What the heck are the Coyotes doing?
After an opening weekend filled with more runs than innings, the ASU baseball team is looking forward to facing a tougher test.
Baseball bloodlines don’t get much nobler than Brandon Bonilla’s.
Across Rural Road from Packard Stadium sits the area of land where the ASU football team practices.