Star sports columnist Greg Hansen offers his opinion on recent sports news.

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The All-Star team for the 2014 Tucson Summer Pro League included center Chris Ayer.

Each player must have a minimum of three suits: one blue, one gray, one black.

Scooby Wright has not only changed jersey numbers (he wears 33) but has gained 11 pounds.

Arizona freshman quarterback Brandon Dawkins immediately passes the “eye test.”

Freshman tight end Trevor Wood is likely to play a lot this season.

The 1986 Territorial Cup game is probably one of the five most compelling games in UA history.

Michael Haywood is a former member of the PGA Board of Directors.

Catalina Foothills girls soccer coach Charlie Kendrick ended with seven state championships.

Estela Piñon became Mexico’s No. 1 starting pitcher in the World Cup.

Smith joined the New York Jets last week.

Jon McGee became a world-class bobsledder after his football career. 

David Blatt was named head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James.

The coaches get too much, the players too little. 

No Pac-12 city was in the Top 25 in ESPN college football ratings. 

Here’s an emerging star to watch in the coming years of Tucson tennis.

The Tucson City Champion for men’s tennis singles last weekend was Mitch McDaniels.

ASU refers to its construction project as the “reinvention” of Sun Devil Stadium.

Dick Tomey visited Pueblo High School, which hasn’t had a winning season in more than 10 years.

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