Greg talks about the fun — and the hazards — of traveling to Oregon.
Greg reflects on Lute Olson as the former UA coach turns 80.
Ryan and Greg break down the “Hill Mary,” and how it led to a win over Cal.
Greg and Ryan preview Arizona-Cal and chat about Anu Solomon.
Greg and Ryan talk about the newest UA basketball recruit, Chance Comanche.
Ryan and Greg explain Arizona’s less-than-ambitious scheduling.
Ryan and Greg wonder what USC athletic director Pat Haden is thinking.
Ryan and Greg put Arizona QB Anu Solomon’s record-breaking performance in perspective.
Greg explains why he doesn’t have Friday football fever.
Greg weighs in on the best freshman quarterbacks in UA history.
Greg and Ryan talk about what was possibly the best year in Tucson sports, 1994.
Greg and Ryan talk about UA's new uniform and uniforms from other teams
Greg and Ryan explain why recent news has changed the NCAA forever.
Greg and Ryan talk about the dreaded two-a-days for UA football.
Greg explains why the UA's second-chance players are crucial.
Ryan and Greg discuss Nogales’ title and tell a Dick Tomey baseball story.
Greg reveals the Tucson sports records that will likely never be broken.
Greg explains why average fans will love McKale Center.
Ryan and Greg explore the bests — and worsts — in the Pac-12 North.
Ryan and Greg break down the Pac-12 South to commemorate media days.
Ryan and Greg talk about Arizona’s first major-league all-star, the death of Odimae Elliott and why Grant Jerrett was right to leave school early.
Greg and Ryan talk about the Pima County Sports Hall of Fame, and which inductees are most deserving of the honor. Ryan then embarrasses Greg, a hall of famer himself.
The Star is listing the 25 best high school football coaches in Tucson history, and Greg is ready to name names.
Pat McCoy has been called up the big leagues, cementing Greg Hansen's assertion that Tucson is a baseball town. Greg and Ryan discuss why America's pastime is Tucson's passion.
Greg and Ryan discuss how money has changed the Pac-12 conference, and what Cal's decision to part ways with AD Sandy Barbour says about modern athletics.