Merilatt: A one-of-a-kind sports experience
By embracing soccer’s long-standing traditions, the Colorado Rapids have created something unique, finding a foothold in the process.
Merilatt: Hope springs eternal for the Rockies
It’s easy to find reasons why Colorado will struggle again in 2013. But on opening day, it’s better to focus on five reasons why they might not.
Merilatt: Broncos fans are rooting for dirty laundry
As Jerry Seinfeld once pointed out, sports fans are simply cheering for clothes. But in Denver, an influx of free agents has taken it to a new level.
Merilatt: It’s time to think bigger in Boulder
For the second straight season, CU is in the big dance; but simply getting an invite to the NCAA Tournament shouldn’t be the goal anymore.
Fogg: In Friday’s fiasco, Dumervil is to blame
If Elvis Dumervil doesn’t end up with $8 million or playing for the Denver Broncos, he can now only point the finger at himself after the contract snafu.
Merilatt: I’ll be booing Melo on Wednesday night
Carmelo Anthony makes his first return trip to Denver since leaving the Nuggets for the Knicks; how will fans greet their former star player.
Merilatt: Are local coaches too nice for their own good?
To win in today’s sports world, a head coach needs to be ruthless, cunning and all about W’s. In Colorado, those traits aren’t always on display.
Pac-12 Tournament seeding at stake for Buffs
Going into the final stretch of the regular season, the CU Buffs can still earn a bye in the Pac-12 tournament with a few favorable results.
Luke Richesson gives the Broncos horse power
A year ago, the Broncos decided it was time to revamp their strength-and-conditioning program. Luke Richesson wound up revolutionizing it.