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Sonoran Hot Reads: Will Parks' stepbrother injured in car accident

Hopefully the UNM receiver isn't injured very severely

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Heading into this year's New Mexico Bowl, one of the main storylines was Will Parks getting to cover his stepbrother, UNM receiver Delane Hart-Johnson. The Lobo pass catcher got the better of Parks in the game, beating him for a touchdown. Unfortunately, Hart-Johnson was involved in a serious car accident in Philadelphia Wednesday night. New Mexico head coach Bob Davie said "I have been with Delane and his family at the hospital and fortunately he is alert, responsive and in stable condition."

- It has to have been somewhat of an emotional roller coaster for Parks the past couple days, since he also officially signed his contract with the Denver Broncos

- Braxton Burmeister is back in the fold after re-committing to Arizona early Friday morning. Now both Arizona schools have four-star QBs on their commitment list for 2017

- Being Gronk has to be good. He's on the cover of Madden, and he's also on the cover of GQ

- When the official Scooby Doo Facebook page supports Scooby Wright, you know the world is going to be okay

- Four-star defensive end D.J. Johnson says that Arizona and USC are the two coaching staffs he has a great relationship with

- Ted Miller says that Arizona's QB situation is in "great shape"

Basketball

- 2017 five-star D.J. Harvey has a list of nine schools, and Arizona is not on it

Baseball

- A bad first inning cost Arizona in a 5-2 loss to ASU on Friday. Here's the ASU perspective of the game

- All the D1Baseball writers picked the Wildcats to win this series. Aaron Fitt also had a very good preview of why this series is so important

Softball

- The series against Cal is even after two games. Saturday's rubber match will probably be Lauren Young's last game at Hillenbrand

Other sports

- The Pac-12 Track and Field Championships are going down in Seattle this weekend

- The gymnastics team added a new member from Australia

Tucson news

- It was Graduation Day