The man with the most rushing yards in all of major college football this year shoved his pregnant ex-girlfriend to the ground and was "threatening [her] pregnancy" last month, according to that ex-girlfriend.Reports out of Tucson state that University of Arizona running back Ka'Deem Carey is going ... More >>
globalwarming.orgIf you've ever wanted to start an argument based off nothing but the opinions of 743 random Arizona voters, we've got some material for you.Public Policy Polling often releases "Odds and Ends" surveys along with its political polls, asking voters about some off-the-wall things li ... More >>
Arizona State University reportedly has offered University of Houston football coach Kevin Sumlin the head coach position that opened up when soon-to-be former coach Dennis Erickson was given the boot earlier this week.KTAR broke the story about the offer, and reports that the university is ready ... More >>
Arizona State University made it official an hour or so ago, releasing a statement that everyone expected: Dennis Erickson is out as the Sun Devils' head football coach, apparently effective after the team plays in a minor bowl game somewhere next month.Erickson's record in Tempe is 31-30, and that ... More >>
Back about a hundred years ago (actually it was September 24) just after Arizona State's high point of this lost football season, a 43-22 win over USC, team defensive coordinator Craig Bray spoke to an Arizona Republic reporter about "superstar" linebacker Vontaze Burfict.Burfict had gotten about ... More >>
Lots of talk in Sportsland about the hiring today in Tucson of Rich Rodriguez as the Arizona Wildcats' next head football coach. Price tag: 5-year deal for $9.55 million. Nice work if you can get it, huh? Rich Rodriguez is not universally loved from what we gather.Mixed bag of opini ... More >>
Dennis Erickson, the veteran head football coach at Arizona State University, collects $1,275,000 in salary each year, plus whatever else he pulls in from endorsements and what have you. What the Devil got into St. Dennis?For this remarkable sum, Sun Devils' fans have gotten a consi ... More >>
asu.edu ASU's new logo and typeface Fear the fork -- Arizona State University's longtime devlish mascot, Sparky, is taking the backseat to a pitchfork as A-State's logo, just one change in a series of new athletic looks unveiled by the school today. The redesign of ASU's athletic ... More >>
Arizona State University's athletic department is keeping a secret, and it's creating a whole lot of buzz among Sun Devil faithful. People inside ASU athletics wouldn't budge on divulging the secret to New Times, but we're told the secret is a "total overhaul" of ASU's athletic branding -- ... More >>
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public.asu.eduASU football began camp today The Arizona State football team started camp yesterday full of questions. Who is the quarterback? Do they have an offensive line? Is the defense as good (or better) than as advertised? Ultimately, however, the biggest question is whether or not the Su ... More >>
We remember The Play like it was yesterday, to steal a cliche, though it was almost a quarter-century ago, November 1986. It was a bright, sunny afternoon in Tucson, and we were right down on the field, parallel to the action inside Arizona's ten-yard-line on the south side o ... More >>
www.esquire.com Arizona football legend Pat TillmanFormer Arizona State University linebacker Pat Tillman was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame yesterday in New York, more than six years after he was tragically killed while fighting in the war in Afghanistan. ... More >>
Two hotshot ASU QBs vie for the starting job
ASU looks to continue epic winning streak
Young Devils face raspberry-blowing fans in Tempe
Cardinals wide receiver Sean MoreyA pro football player donating his brain to science? Well, we never... Arizona Cardinals receiver Sean Morey announced yesterday that he has agreed to donate his brain, plus some spinal-cord tissue, to a medical study being conducted at Boston ... More >>
Like we've been saying all along, Cardinals starting quarterback Kurt Warner may be playing elsewhere next season. A blogger on azcardinals.com., the team's official Web site, reports that Warner and the team are still about $4 million a year apart on a contract. Warner wants to ... More >>
No question, University of Arizona football has been lousy at best for about a decade now. Alums like ourselves who pay attention to such weighty things quietly were suffering through yet another mediocre season until -- Hallelujah! -- the Wildcats throttled ASU down in Tucson a few weeks ago and th ... More >>
By Steve Jansen It's been like this all season for Washington State In 1981, the so-shitty Northwestern Wildcats' football team set a new NCAA record for consecutive losses with a 61-14 home shellacking at the hands of Michigan State. But instead of booing and dotting players in the back of the he ... More >>
We want football. Give us football now.
You may kiss us at midnight
Sure, ASU got the boot, but the Fiesta parties on
New Year's Eve of destruction
Games that really, really obsessive people play
No, this ain't some artist's rendering of Dirk Koetter post-whacking; it's the scary new statue of Pat Tillman at You Pee Stadium
Another winning season ends for Pat Murphy and his baseball team. Now, it's ASU management's turn at bat
Copperstate Football likes its grass stains the old-fashioned way
Caliente seeks redemption against Aftershock
Because Hugh Hallman went suddenly silent, Tempe wound up losing the Cardinals and the Fiesta Bowl
Insight Bowl rolls into BOB
Rowing in the desert? Tempe junior crew is leading a boom in this traditional Ivy League sport.
The Arizona Legislature may prove to be too much for ASU's unsinkable Michael Crow
Sun Devil Stadium
Bernie Busken may have gone too far in toughening his players. More likely, the world around him no longer goes far enough.
The Arizona State hockey team iced tough competition this season. So why did players pass on a shot at a national championship?
December 31, 1998 - January 6, 1999
THE MEDICAL DIRECTOR SAID ASU ADMINISTRATORS WERE ENDANGERING THE HEALTH OF STUDENT ATHLETES. THE DIRECTOR GOT FIRED. THE DANGER'S STILL THERE.