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Latest Ray Anderson Items
Ray Anderson lives at the edge of Arizona State's campus and walks to work every day, stopping along the way to chat with students, faculty, anyone he comes across.
Much of the space in Ray Anderson's office overlooking Park Avenue is taken up by an industrial-sized plastic garbage bin, about a third-full with piles of paper. His desk and the shelves around it are pretty much empty.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Ray Anderson decided to become a lawyer the day his father died suddenly. Just 9 at the time, Anderson figured if his father wouldn't be able to fulfill his dream, he would do it for him.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Former NFL executive Ray Anderson will be named Arizona State's vice president for athletics, a person familiar with his hiring told The Associated Press.
The NFL will keep a close eye on hits to the knees of defenseless players this season, with the possibility of extending the rules protecting such players.
The NFL is America's pastime, hands down.
The rule that negated using video replay to confirm a Houston Texans touchdown "may be too harsh" and will be re-examined immediately, NFL director of football operations Ray Anderson said Friday.
In attempting to predict Russia's role in World War II, Winston Churchill called it "a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma." I could say the same thing about finding a solution to the NFL's safety problem.
When St. Louis and San Francisco couldn't produce a winner during 75 minutes of play, the complaints came from all corners of the NFL.