Corbin Carroll didn’t disappoint in his Diamondbacks debut, while the team exercised manager Torey Lovullo’s contract option to keep him in Arizona another year. Cardinals CB Antonio Hamilton suffered a scary cooking accident and will miss the beginning of the season. Plus Herm Edwards leads the Sun Devils to a win in their season-opener, but is Urban Meyer in line to take his job? Jae Crowder gets cryptic about his future with the Phoenix Suns, AND our reactions to the latest College Football Playoff expansion!
Arizona Coyotes Chief Hockey Development Officer joins the show to talk about his son, Josh’s ASU captaincy, the Coyotes’ incoming batch of veterans, middle age and the pursuits of his talented family.
On today’s 2-in-1 show, Craig, Petey and Leah talk about the trade that sent Dylan Strome and Brendan Perlini to the Chicago Blackhawks for Nick Schmaltz. What were the circumstances around the trade and who came out on top? Plus, the World Junior Championships kick off today and Arizona Coyotes fans can watch prospects Logan Cooley and Maksymilian Szuber compete against their peers. The crew previews the tournament and debates whether or not the WJC should always be in the summer.
The Arizona Rattlers ended the 2022 regular season with a 42-31 win on Sunday, but there was a lack of excitement after the game for a team that just locked up the top seed in the Western Conference. “We have little things at every position that we need to work on,” coach Kevin Guy said. “The big thing for us...
The Alliance of American Football, or the AAF was a league that aimed at giving players a second opportunity who had seemingly missed their shot at playing professional football. The league began play in 2019 and thus the Arizona Hotshots were born. In the first episode of a 3-part series, we take a look back what went into getting it all off the ground, and the story behind the Hotshots brand.
On this episode, Jesse and Derek are discussing the D-backs splitting the series with the Padres, if we should be worried about Zac Gallen, and if Madison Bumgarner’s chirping at the umpires is off-putting.
The 2022 college football season figures to be a crossroads of sorts. With the Supreme Court Name Image and Likeness (NIL) ruling allowing player compensation, combined with a player transfer portal with few limitations, and a sports world still dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic, 2022 is uncharted waters. Due to a few similar reasons, 2022 looks like a crossroads campaign...