Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Raptors coach Dave Williams excited about performance on the pitch

Head coach Dave Williams joined Casey Light of Mile High Sports Radio to discuss the season as whole, and their upcoming match against BYU.

Broncos Blitz: Why the Broncos might draft Josh Rosen — and why they shouldn’t

Why Josh Rosen might -- or shouldn't be -- the Denver Broncos future.

Denver Nuggets Daily: Recaping the lunacy from the NBA trade deadline

T.J. McBride and Brendan Vogt of Mile High Sports hit the studio after the game to breakdown all the insanity of the 2018 NBA trade deadline.

Michael Malone: Paul Millsap ‘fits with the culture we’re trying to create’

“When you have a locker room filled with so many young players,” Malone said, “to add Paul, his experience and veteran leadership, it’s a win-win for everybody.”

PODCAST: Previewing CSU men’s basketball with Ryan Krous

Can Colorado State still make the Mountain West Championship game? The chances are slim, but we give you how and Ryan Krous joins to talk men's hoops as well as football.

History with Elway will likely prevent a Cutler reunion in Denver

For those envisioning a reunion between divisive quarterback Jay Cutler and the Denver Broncos, don’t hold your breath. Les Shapiro explains why.

Nuggets guard Malik Beasley talks rookie season, charitable work

"It was all a great journey and a great process. There were some up and downs, but that’s what makes it so great," Beasley said on Mile High Sports Radio.

Veteran catcher Hanigan says Rockies rookies ‘not scared to attack hitters’

Ryan Hanigan was behind the plate to catch rookie Antonio Senzatela, who earned his NL-leading (tie) fifth win in game one of a split doubleheader.

Vance Joseph: ‘We’re in good shape’ at running back position

One of the competitions that has gotten more interesting recently is at running back after Devontae Booker was lost for 6-8 weeks with a broken wrist.

Broncos run game is ‘absolutely, definitely’ better says an inside source

A new scheme and new bodies are opening up bigger holes for C.J. Anderson and the run game, says an inside linebacker that faces them regularly.