If you read that headline you probably got really excited, and for good reason. And not to take any of that excitement away, but not ALL of the Denver Broncos are coming. But the Broncos did announce some of the team will be making three stops in Northern Colorado on Monday (April 14th) as part of their second annual "Salute to Fans Tour."
When the Denver Broncos released Champ Bailey earlier this off-season it was probably unrealistic, but fans like me still held hope that he would either retire as a Bronco or never get picked up by another team, and convince John Elway to have him back. Those thoughts were officially squashed today as Bailey signed a deal to become a member of the New Orleans Saints.
The Budweiser Events Center is a busy place. Last weekend employees transformed the venue from a hockey arena to a basketball court for the Harlem Globetrotters to another sold-out Colorado Eagles hockey game to an indoor football arena.
The hurt of your team losing isn't as bad if you don't expect them to win. When the Denver Broncos lost the Super Bowl, that hurt. But Colorado has never really had a college basketball powerhouse, so all of the states major teams being done before one day one of the NCAA Tournament is over isn't that big of a surprise.
Playing in the Big Sky Conference, the University of Northern Colorado Bears mens basketball team knows before they start every season that if they want to get a chance to play in the NCAA Tournament, they pretty must much win their conference tournament at the end of each season. Unfortunately, the Bears didn't do that this year, but that doesn't mean their season is over.
It's time to dust off the crystal ball. This year, 63 intense college basketball games will fill up the college basketball championship tournament bracket – it's your job to figure out who wins each one.
Despite a furious comeback by Northern Arizona, the UNC Bears men’s basketball team beat the Lumberjacks 62-60 in the quarterfinals of the Big Sky Championship yesterday. At one point, the Bears led by 20 points in the game.
Colorado State University has set their schedule for the 2014 football season, although specific times for the games have not been announced yet. The schedule includes playing CU at Sports Authority Field in Denver and Boston College in Massachusetts.
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