Tom VanHaaren

‘Over the Middle’ with ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren

ESPN's Tom VanHaaren joins Jeremy to discuss the impact the NCAA's new transfer and redshirt rules have had on the college football recruiting trail....
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SoCal’s ‘Holy Bowl’ is More than Just a Game, it’s a Tradition

The southern California version of the ‘Holy Bowl’ — the high school football showdown between Cathedral Catholic and St. Augustine, is more than just...
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Game Film: Broken Arrow vs. Edmond Santa Fe

In a battle of unbeaten teams, the top-ranked Broken Arrow Tigers traveled to take on the Wolves of Edmond Santa Fe.  The Tigers dominated...
Top 5 Arizona Football recruits

The Top 5 High School Football Recruits in Arizona

Fresh off an appearance on Over the Middle with Jeremy Crabtree, Jason Jewell of 247sports.com joined Chris Harris during halftime of Pinnacle's thrilling 34-33...
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Get Ready for the Grand Opening of the New ISM Raceway!

JR and Vanessa get a sneak-peek at the new, fan-friendly ISM Raceway. We'll also meet some high school students with a passion for cars...
Primal Baseballvideo

No Need to Be a Pro for Custom Gear From Primal Baseball

After a successful career in baseball one former player is turning his attention from grounders to gear.
Ernesto Garciavideo

How a Childhood Love of Drawing Led to an Award Winning Career

Ernesto Garcia is an award-winning residential interior designer whose work is both classic and profoundly innovative.
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This Non-Profit Promotes and Develops Phoenix Art Projects

The spectrum of visual and performing arts are captured by Matice's Cultural Center. This non-profit was created because of a lack of art directed...

The DRAGG Program is Giving At-Risk Youth a Shot at a Brighter Future

DRAGG is an innovative program pairing the members of the Phoenix Police Department with car-loving high school students. Their goal is to inspire careers...

Easley’s Fun Shop is Coming to a Close After 72 Years

A Phoenix tradition is coming to an end when after 72 years in business, Easley's Fun Shop is closing their brick and mortar store.