Phoenix Raceway Hosts NASCAR’s Elite For Action-Packed Weekend!

2020 marks the very first year in NASCAR Championship history where the title race will be held at a track where the drivers had already raced earlier in the season. This year, Phoenix Raceway has been chosen to host the final showdown for the championship in November. And this past weekend, we got a little preview of what to expect from the track that has quickly become a fan favorite on the schedule.

Phoenix Raceway hosted three of the four NASCAR racing leagues this past weekend; The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Xfinity Series, and ARCA Menards Series West were all in town for the three-day blitz of racing action.

I’ve been covering NASCAR now at Phoenix Raceway for about …

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Heroes Media Group Launches New Book Publishing Services

Washington, DC – Heroes Media Group 

The same great broadcast station that supports our Hero network is providing a super new service to their listeners.  Heroes Media Group is ready to publish your story.  Heroes who have always wanted to tell their story by writing a book, now, have the tools and support from Heroes Publish.  

“Camouflaged Sisters was created to empower military women and women Veterans to own the narrative of their stories. A partnership with Heroes Publish allows us to do just that and so much more,” said Lila Holley, Veteran and creator of Camouflaged Sisters.  “We couldn’t be more excited about being on this journey with the team at Heroes Media Group to help more military members and Veterans share their …

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Arizona State Takes Down 15th Ranked Utah 38-20!

TEMPE, AZ- The Arizona State Sun Devils hosted the 15th ranked Utah Utes on Saturday afternoon in a big Pac-12 matchup.

Arizona State received the ball on their own 25 yard line after the opening touchback.  The Sun Devils offense moved down the field with efficiency both through the air and the ground, highlighted by a 31 yard pass from Wilkins to Brandon Aiyuk down the left sideline.  The drive would come up short after an incomplete pass on 3rd and 15 on the Utah 15.  But Utah would be called for targeting on the play, and it would give the Sun Devil offense a first down and goal on their own 7 and 1/2 yard line.  Eno Benjamin would …

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Sun Devils Offense Stalls As Time Expires Against Stanford

That pass had to go into the end zone.  After the Arizona State Sun Devils had used up 2:12 of the 2:20 remaining in the game, a crucial mistake was made by Wilkins as pertaining to clock management.  With just eight seconds left, and no timeouts remaining from the Stanford 20-yard line, Wilkins threw the ball to Eno Benjamin in the middle of the field for just two yards.  He was immediately wrapped up by the Stanford Cardinal defense.

As the Sun Devils receivers scrambled back to the line, the clock hit zero, and the game would end.  Now, I can sit up in the press box and second guess what I’m seeing, while leaning on zero playing experience, and …

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Coyotes Still Scoreless At Home; Lose 3-0 To Sabres

GLENDALE, AZ- The Arizona Coyotes returned home after a home-and-home series against the Anaheim Ducks, where they split the series 1-1.  They finally got the lid off the net for the season in Anaheim after big goals by Dylan Strome and Brad Richardson.

So for Saturday night, they returned to the friendly confines of Gila River Arena to take on the Buffalo Sabres.  Unfortunately though, the lid on the net was still very tight.

The Sabres would open up the scoring early in the first period (2:45) with his first goal of the season, upper right corner of the net.  It was assisted by Jeff Skinner and Even Rodrigues.

Buffalo would add a second goal in the first period (18:06) …

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