In this week's edition, Greg Hansen dishes on the amazing turnout of Arizona fans in Las Vegas at the Pac-12 tournament, a pair of Tucson sports greats remembered, Craig McMillan's place in life, former football Cats coaching in the Pac-12 and Greg Byrne's star growing ever brighter.

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The vast corridors of the MGM Grand are a mob scene. You can’t possibly get from Point A to Point B swiftly because you are blocked, gridlock,…

Two of the most notable sports figures in Tucson history died last week in Southern California.

I wrote last Sunday about the few high school ballplayers from Tucson who went on to score 1,000 or more in college basketball. My research wa…

After coaching for Kevin O’Neill at Marquette and Tennessee, and becoming a pro head coach in the Middle East, Arizona’s 1988 Final Four off-g…

As for O’Neill, he, too, has found his calling and it’s not as a combative, combustible coach. His analysis work on the Pac-12 Networks this s…

Sunnyside sophomore Jacob Inclan and Ironwood Ridge sophomore Mitch Lightfoot are the only Tucson players invited to the annual Arizona Basket…

One of the all-time success stories in college athletics as it relates to Arizona is the hiring of Mark Harlan as the athletic director at Sou…

With the hiring of Duane Akina as Stanford’s secondary coach last week, the Pac-12 now has a full staff of ex-Arizona assistant coaches operat…

Former CDO shortstop Mattie Fowler underwent a second ACL surgery and will not play for Nebraska again this season. She can apply for a fifth-…

It now appears as if Matt Scott will get a chance to contend for the Jacksonville Jaguars starting QB job, or at least the No. 2 job. The Jags…

Nick Francona was born in Tucson, the son of Terry Francona, Arizona’s 1980 NCAA baseball Player of the Year. He moved with his family as his …

Former UA basketball player Daniel Bejarano, who averaged 16.3 points this year at Colorado State, ended his junior season (unless the Rams ge…

Sunnyside grad Stefen Romero’s bid to make the Seattle Mariners roster appears stalled in spring training. Romero was hitting .258 in 13 start…

For the first time since he left Arizona in December 2010, Jim Livengood attended a UA athletic event, sitting courtside with Tucson attorney …

In her six seasons as Arizona’s women’s basketball coach, Niya Butts is 28-80 in the Pac-12. How’s that? It’s last. Oregon is 31-77, Washingto…

Here’s a name to remember: Tempe Corona del Sol point guard Alex Barcello. Starting as a freshman, he helped his team win the Division I state…

Sooner or later, Arizona AD Greg Byrne is going to be the target of a hiring search to either be an athletic director at a top 10 program, or …