Arizona State only played four football games in 2020 due to COVID-related issues. But if the only game this season had been the Territorial Cup, it would still be historically memorable. The Sun Devils scored twice in the first minute, including on a kickoff return from over 100 yards andRead More →

Arizona State’s 31-0 territorial cut in 1971 was no surprise. The Sun Devils were in the midst of the most dominant football era in school history with double-digit wins in five of six seasons from 1970 to 1975 and a combined record of 62-9 during that period. ASU won nineRead More →

As the Arizona Interscholastic Association men’s high school basketball season kicks off Monday for many schools, here’s the Arizona Republic’s preseason rankings, 6A to 1A. Conference 6A 1.Gilbert Perry 2. Phoenix Brophy Preparation 3.Chandler Hamilton 4. Phoenix Mountain Pointe 5. Sunny Slope of Phoenix 6. Gilbert Highland 7. Desert ViewRead More →

Sinema speaks out on investing in a meeting WASHINGTON, DC (KYMA, KECY) — During a Commerce Committee hearing, Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) highlighted investments being made in expanding broadband across the state. Senator Sinema spoke about the importance of working with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to begin rollingRead More →