Monday, February 20, 2017

New Guy Behind the Wheel: Erik Jones debuts with Furniture Row Racing

Erik Jones, the 20-year-old driver of Furniture Row Racing's new No. 77 5-hour ENERGY Toyota Camry, talks about making the leap to NASCAR's top circuit.

Mammoth take down previously undefeated Georgia Swarm

Colorado played its most complete game of the season on both ends of the floor and handed Georgia its first loss, 14-10, at Pepsi Center.

Former Denver Bronco Karl Mecklenburg weighs in on Super Bowl LI

With this overwhelming offensive talent for both the Patriots and the Falcons, the game may come down to the other side of the ball.

Former Falcons coach Dan Reeves on Atlanta: ‘They’ve got a lot of weapons’

Dan Reeves coached the Atlanta Falcons in their last Super Bowl. With Super Bowl LI approaching, he joined Gil Whiteley on Mile High Sports Radio.
Credit: FRR

Furniture Row Racing’s new No. 77 team is officially on the track

Furniture Row Racing’s No. 77 5-hour ENERGY team spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Phoenix International Raceway.

Wade Phillips shares his gameplans against the New England Patriots, Atlanta Falcons

With 40 years of NFL coaching experience, Phillips has seen it all. As such, he offered his expert opinion on how to stop the two teams in Super Bowl LI.

Florida Panthers recall former Denver Pioneers goaltender Sam Brittain

Former University of Denver goaltender Sam Brittain is about to get his first taste of the big leagues, as the Panthers have recalled him from the ECHL.

Mammoth ‘Lacrosse Out Cancer’ jersey auction begins February 1

Jerseys of all Mammoth players (and mascot, Wooly) that will be worn on ‘Lacrosse Out Cancer’ Night on Saturday, March 25 will be placed in auction.

Jim Fassel discusses how coaches prepare for Super Bowl, 49ers hiring John Lynch

Jim Fassel was the head coach of the New York Giants when they played in Super Bowl XXXV; so he knows a thing or two about Super Bowl preparations.
Credit: Calgary Roughnecks, Candice Ward / Jenn Pierce

Short-handed Mammoth falls despite four goals from Eli McLaughlin

The short-handed Mammoth struggled offensively and fell to the Roughnecks, 12-8, at Scotiabank Saddledome.