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Aztec women's soccer falls behind early in loss to Phx

The Pima Community College women’s soccer team (8-7-3) lost control early in its game on Tuesday at Phoenix College.... Read more»

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La Fiesta de los Vaqueros

Rodeo photo roundup (2010)

Cowboys, cowgirls and fans have celebrated La Fiesta de los Vaqueros for 85 years. The Tucson Rodeo has grown to be one the the top 25 in North America. Photographer Will Seberger was on the scene, getting dusty and muddy so you don't have to.... Read more»

Cricket

The Michael Jordan of India

"The only name that we think of when we think of cricket is Sachin. Every single record of batting is Sachin. Whatever — centuries, half centuries, sixers, fours, boundaries, runs, test matches, one days — he is the one."... Read more»

Winter Olympics

Were the Olympics worth it for Vancouver?

Worries will now spring up about the legacy of Vancouver 2010. And while the new transportation infrastructure and improvements were needed, that's hardly enough to justify the decade in the making of this vast endeavor.... Read more»

Comic: Pharmacology

Just say no to drugs (except on 1st & 10)

The NFL is in favor of performance enhancing drugs. Sort of.... Read more»

Comic: Ambition

Own the (Olympic) podium

Did Canadians 'own the podium' in Vancouver, as they'd threatened? We'd have to say, from our south-of-the-border perspective ... no.... Read more»

Comic: Innovation

Curling... 2014

One man, one dream ... and an invention that would change the sports world forever.... Read more»

Arizona Wildcats softball

Cause of death released for UA softball recruit from Calif.

Nadia Brianne Matthews, a 16-year-old softball recruit from California recruited to play for UA died Thursday night. ... Read more»

Comic: Winter Olympics

If the Pope were a figure skating judge

Japanese figure skater Miki Ando is a former world champion, and the reigning queen of saucy outfits. What would the Pope think? We're pretty sure we know.... Read more»

Outdoors

Mount Lemmon Ski Valley opening Thursday

Oh, boy! With the sun shining and at least a foot of fresh snow on Mount Lemmon, Wednesday looked like a perfect opportunity to beat the rodeo rush and snatch a day of skiing from the jaws of the Sonoran Desert.... Read more»

Winter Olympics

Czech hockey team connects to past Olympic glory

The 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team locked up the copyright for “miracle on ice.” Which 18 years later, in Nagano, Japan, left writers scrambling for words to describe the gold-medal run of the Czech Republic.... Read more»

Arizona Wildcats basketball

Wildcat basketball heading to Bay Area

UA facing key games on the road. The Cats are 3-4 in Pac-10 road games, which isn’t bad. You want to try to play at least .500 on the road and then control your home court.... Read more»

Arizona Wildcats softball

Wildcat softball still No. 2 in USA Today poll

UA softball trails only Washington in poll... Read more»

Winter Olympics

Olympic chest-beating: Deadly or just poor taste?

From the moment of its birth five years ago, the so-called Own the Podium Olympic program smacked of something un-Canadian. Canada set out to win the most medals at all costs, and wound up eating its words and then some.... Read more»

Comic: Silver medals and silver linings

Looking on the bright side in a recession/depression

Sure, the world is mired in the worst economic 'downturn' since The Great Depression, But one Korean man looks on the bright side.... Read more»

Arizona Wildcats basketball

Start times announced for UCLA, USC basketball games

UCLA game to air on March 4, USC game on March 6... Read more»

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