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Sonoran Hot Reads: Amy Van Dyken-Rouen planning to attend US Swim Trials

What an amazing recovery this has been

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When her accident first happened, it didn't seem likely that Amy Van Dyken-Rouen would survive her spinal injuries. But she has done so much more than that. She has become an inspiration for anyone trying to come back from a serious event like hers, and the story just keeps getting better. She plans on attending the United States Swim Trials in late June now. This is an unbelievable turn of events for her, and just a reminder to everyone out there that if you think there's no coming back from something, there's always a glimmer of hope


- Rich Rodriguez was visiting his old pal Bruce Arians at Cardinals practice on Wednesday

- New football beat writer Michael Lev gives his thoughts on Rodriguez making a change to the defensive staff, the early draft entrees, and spring ball starting earlier

- Here's a few photos of Michael Eletise at the Under Armour All-American Game

Gronk was getting his WWE on, and doing Gronk things


- Jay Bilas has Arizona way down at 15th in his power index, but still says the Wildcats should win the Pac-12

- Bobby Hurley had some praise for UA ahead of Sunday afternoon's game


- Freshman pitcher Austin Rubick will likely be key to Arizona having success in 2016

Tucson news

- People in the Foothills are feeding the javelina, which is an interesting move. Probably Matt Dudek

A bicyclist was killed at Wetmore and Flowing Wells

- The medical marijuana rules might be changing