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Sonoran Hot Reads: Bobby Hurley compares ASU’s performance to fighting cancer

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NCAA Basketball: Arizona State at Colorado Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

ASU has had a pretty brutal travel schedule, especially for a team that doesn’t play a ton of guys, and that seemed to catch up with the Devils on Tuesday. They got blown out by Purdue in New York, and that performance set Bobby Hurley off:

“For a city that's a blue-collar city and an arena that has so much tradition and so many good players that have played on this court — to look like that, it was embarrassing,” he said. “And then the cause, such a great cause that we're playing for tonight. Did my players play as hard as the people that are going through what they go through in cancer, as families go through in their personal situations? I don't think so.”

- Arizona dominated its game against UC Irvine on Tuesday, and even showed a lot of zone in the process

- Around the rest of the Pac-12, Cal squeaked out a win in Hawaii against Princeton. And Utah had a very close battle with Utah Valley

Football

- 2018 in-state safety Kenny Churchwell chatted with Gabe about his Arizona offer, and other potential schools that could come into play

- Our thoughts go out to the Colorado community after Rashaan Salaam’s untimely death. He was only 42. There are reports that it was a suicide

- ESPN’s All-Pac-12 team does not have any Arizona players to no one’s surprise

Baseball

Other sports

- Volleyball is heading out to Nebraska Wednesday morning. Check out our YouTube channel for interviews of three of the players and Dave Rubio as they preview their Sweet Sixteen matchup against Washington. Also, Kalei Mau and Penina Snuka were named All-Region

- Women’s basketball hosts San Diego on Wednesday night

Tucson news

- The Roadrunners return home on Wednesday. Here’s what’s happened since the last time they were at home

- I-10 is not great, so U of A is studying ways to try and make travel on the highway better