Breakdown (93 minutes) On today’s ArizonaSportsCast, Ralph Amsden gets into Devin Booker’s omission from the Western Conference All-Star reserves. Other topics include the return of Brentson Buckner to the Arizona Cardinals as Defensive Line coach, ASU’s turnover-filled hoops loss to Washington State, Arizona’s road win over Washington, as well as an explanation for why he’s… Read More Ralph Amsden’s ArizonaSportsCast: Devin Booker Snubbed, Interview with Alec Simpson, Mailbag
To Play, click below on the Soundcloud link, download directly from PodBean, or download directly from iTunes. Breakdown (53 minutes) Ralph Amsden sorts through the social media reaction to Arizona State’s 21-3 loss to Utah in Salt Lake City.
Breakdown (24 minutes) Ralph Amsden speaks with Zach Alvira of the East Valley Tribune/Ahwatukee Foothills News about the story he broke regarding ex-Mountain Pointe girls basketball head coach and varsity football assistant Justin Hager’s resignation over the revalations that he used a secret email account to forward gameplans to Mountain Pointe opponents.
Breakdown (11 minutes) Cody Cameron of ArizonaVarsity.com interviews Charles Wilson of King of the Game about his business, how to build a relationships with prospects, and his role in the Arizona sports media landscape.
Episode Breakdown (112 minutes): The C-Town Rivals Podcast returns for its 7th year, and the crew of Brett Quintyne, Ralph Amsden and Chilly are back together again. It this 2019 season-preview, the guys talk about the upcoming football seasons for the following Chandler-area schools: Seton Catholic (2:35-6:40) Arizona College Prep (6:41-7:40) Valley Christian (7:41-13:10) Casteel… Read More C-Town Rivals Podcast- 2019 Season Preview
Breakdown (11 minutes) Cody Cameron and Chilly stop by Chandler High and interview 2020 LB Malik Reed, and discuss what Reed has to do in his senior year to help earn Head Coach Rick Garretson his first state championship.
Breakdown (13 Minutes) Cody Cameron visited 7-time champion Hamilton High to talk to 2020 QB Nick Arvay, and gives his thoughts on what the cerebral dual-threat might accomplish this year.