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Kent Somers , azcentral sportsPublished 3:41 p.m. MT Jan. 22, 2017 | Updated 18 hours ago (Photo: Michael Chow/azcentral sports) Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald is one of three finalists for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award, the NFL announced on Sunday. Fitzgerald was also a finalist in 2012. Read More

NFL Final Four: Follow the rings!

Posted on January 19, 2017
In many ways the NFL playoffs, better known as the Super Bowl LI tournament, is like an Easter egg hunt. When the playoffs begin, just take the Super Bowl Championship rings off the head coaches and quarterbacks, hide them, and let the search begin. When the Super Bowl rings Read More

Tracy Claeys: Gopher scapegoat

Posted on January 11, 2017
Usually leadership at NCAA Institutions like Big Ten schools with 45,000 students comes from university presidents. Not at Minnesota, where President Eric Kaler has done his best recently to bungle the important role of the athletic program. He places academic achievement as his number-one priority, and in many ways Read More
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Kent Somers , azcentral sportsPublished 3:41 p.m. MT Jan. 22, 2017 | Updated 18 hours ago (Photo: Michael Chow/azcentral sports) Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald is one of three finalists for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award, the NFL announced on Sunday. Fitzgerald was also a finalist in 2012. Read More

NFL Final Four: Follow the rings!

Posted on January 19, 2017
In many ways the NFL playoffs, better known as the Super Bowl LI tournament, is like an Easter egg hunt. When the playoffs begin, just take the Super Bowl Championship rings off the head coaches and quarterbacks, hide them, and let the search begin. When the Super Bowl rings Read More

Tracy Claeys: Gopher scapegoat

Posted on January 11, 2017
Usually leadership at NCAA Institutions like Big Ten schools with 45,000 students comes from university presidents. Not at Minnesota, where President Eric Kaler has done his best recently to bungle the important role of the athletic program. He places academic achievement as his number-one priority, and in many ways Read More
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Larry Fitzgerald can be heard weekday mornings on KMOJ Radio 89.9 FM at 8:25 am, on WDGY-AM 740 Monday-Friday at 12:17 pm and 4:17 pm, and at www.Gamedaygold.com. He also commentates on sports 7-8 pm on Almanac (TPT channel 2).

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