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The University of Arizona is refusing to disclose the Notice of Allegations issued from the NCAA related to the university’s program. The NOA is alleged to contain nine different violations, but the document has not been made public.

ESPN is suing the University of Arizona and the Arizona Board of Regents because they refuse to turn over NCAA records related to allegations against former UofA basketball coach Book Richardson, who went to federal prison in a bribery scandal. Read more»

Sen. Adam Driggs, R-Phoenix, introduced a bill that would make playing fantasy sports for prizes legal under Arizona law. He says the current gambling law is vague on the subject.

The countless Arizonans who play fantasy football for prizes may no longer have to wonder whether they are breaking the law. A bill introduced by Sen. Adam Driggs, R-Phoenix, would legalize participation in fantasy sports, eliminating what he calls vague language in the current gambling law. Read more»

Jeremy Lin

Many have succombed to Linsanity — the excitement surrounding New York Knicks player Jeremy Lin. Unfortunately, his celebrity carries a racial edge to it. Read more»

Cricketers have become some of the highest paid athletes in the world.

Last week the cricket teams from New Zealand and Sri Lanka played the first ever international cricket game on American soil. It was minor history in the making, albeit a bit perplexing to some Americans who witnessed it. Read more»

Lini Koria celebrates her walk-off grand slam in the NCAA Regional against Hofstra University on Sunday at Hillenbrand, as the Wildcats come out of the dugout to meet her at home.

UA designated player Lini Koria blasted a 12th inning grand slam to help Arizona move on to the NCAA Super-Regional next week. The Cats erased three deficits with the win. Read more»

Former Suns star Charles Barkley and Gov. Jan Brewer might not make for a great matchup on the boards, but what about in the war of words? Barkley is calling for professional sports to boycott Arizona because of SB 1070. Brewer penned an op-ed for ESPN saying a boycott is "the wrong play." Read more»

Defensive tackle Earl Mitchell brings down an Iowa Hawkeye during his senior season at Arizona. Mitchell is projected to be selected in the third or fourth round of the 2010 NFL Draft.

Former Arizona defensive tackle Earl Mitchell waits for his name to be called in the 2010 NFL Draft over the weekend. He might go in the third or fourth round if the ESPN and Sports Illustrated mock drafts hold up. Read more»

Tiger Woods will use Augusta National to help reclaim his place atop the golf world.

Tiger Woods’ golf game has so many virtues that it is difficult to single one out. But if fans were forced to choose their favorite, I have no doubt it would be Tiger’s uncanny ability to hit recovery shots. Read more»