Category Archives: Sports

Chauncey is the Real King of Denver Sports

The last time I saw Chauncey Billups he was sitting right below me in a court side seat watching the CU Buffs beat Iowa State back on February 1.  It was an off night for the Nuggets and Chauncey had … Continue reading

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Friday Bytes

I was struck by the lack of typical partisan reaction during President Obama’s State of the Union Address.  Some analysts attributed this to the simple fact that Democrats sat with Republicans.  Funny how that works.  I remember my grade school … Continue reading

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For CU Fans the Next Step is Winning and Losing With Class

The CU Buffs took on 6th ranked Kansas last night at the Coors Event Center in front of a sellout crowd.  It was the last visit for the perennially ranked Jayhawks as the Buffs are headed to the Pac12 next … Continue reading

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Jay Cutler and Perception Versus Reality

Only the MRI will confirm whether there is damage to Jay Cutler’s knee.  How much damage, could he have still played, what was the pain level, did he quit – those are questions that won’t be answered by the MRI.  … Continue reading

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Friday Bytes

Back to Tuscon.  Due process is a fundamental component of our legal system as is the human right of innocence until proven guilty.  But one would think that when there is irrefutable and undeniable evidence of the commission of a … Continue reading

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Friday Bytes

There has been much written this week in the aftermath of the heinous shootings in Tuscon last weekend.  Many of us ask where morality has gone in this country?  Where is the leadership? Well-respected columnist Peggy Noonan has some thoughts … Continue reading

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Almost is not enough for the Ducks

Since I picked Oregon in last night’s championship game I have to man up and give Auburn their props. The Ducks had their chances even though Auburn held them to a season low of 75 yards rushing on the ground.  … Continue reading

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Why I’m Picking Oregon

Tonight it finally ends.  I like the Ducks and here’s why: PAC12 – I grew up in Los Angeles area and have always been a PAC12 fan.  Now with CU heading to the PAC12 next year my allegiance grows stronger. … Continue reading

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Friday Bytes

Watching Nancy Pelosi hand over the gavel to John Boehner accompanied by a peck on the cheek was amusing.  These two hate each other.  It either signifies that politics is pure theater or they have buried the hatchet.  You make … Continue reading

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BCS – Tradition Out Blowouts In

Happy New Year to all. Where has all of the luster of the New Year’s Day bowls gone?  What used to be the Cotton, Sugar, Rose and Orange Bowl – 12 hours of college football nirvana – has turned into … Continue reading

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