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Friday, Nov 30

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Cowboys stifle Brees, end Saints’ 10-game win streak, 13-10

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Ezekiel Elliott scored the only Dallas touchdown and the Cowboys stifled Drew Brees and the Saints, ending New Orleans' 10-game winning streak with a 13-10 victory Thursday night.

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Kiszla: For love of the game. Dave Logan’s run from prep championship in Colorado to Broncos game in Cincy will be long, sleep-deprived haul.

Dave Logan calls Broncos games on KOA radio and coaches football for Cherry Creek High School. Glamorous gigs, eh? Well, not always.

02

Wiley Maple paying own way again on World Cup

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When Aspen's Wiley Maple finally made an Olympic team last winter after a career filled with injuries and financial struggles that included paying his own way year after year on the World Cup circuit, the reaction back home was…

Thursday, Nov 29

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Colorado football job isn’t a “coach-killer” anymore. But how good of a gig is it?

Mike MacIntyre's replacement as the Colorado Buffaloes' coach has a chance to both establish an identity for the Buffaloes and 'lock the gates' with in-state prep recruits.

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Broncos expect new Bengals QB Jeff Driskel to show athleticism; Von Miller donates to law enforcement

The Broncos knew what they were encountering with when facing the Los Angeles Chargers’ Philip Rivers and Pittsburgh Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger the last two weeks.

Nuggets offer updates on Will Barton, Gary Harris injuries ahead of long road trip

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Nuggets coach Michael Malone said Will Barton is getting closer to a return, but patience is still paramount.

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Ski officials juggle World Cup schedules with threats of coming snow at Beaver Creek

Abundant snowfall has forced organizers of this weekend's men's World Cup ski races at Beaver Creek to juggle the schedule.

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With Friday’s non-tender deadline looming, Nolan Arenado and Trevor Story among eight arbitration-eligible Rockies

While Nolan Arenado's contract status continues to loom large over Colorado this offseason, the Rockies first must deal with other important roster decisions as Friday's non-tender deadline approaches.

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Viewing World Cup racing at Beaver Creek might just rock your world

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Ever wondered what it's like to witness World Cup downhill racing at Beaver Creek? U.S. racer Travis Ganong has some insight.

15

Denver Sports Omelette: Time has come for Rockies to go after hard-throwing Syndergaard

The time has come for the Rockies to bring Noah Syndergaard and Thor's hammer to Coors Field.

Broncos primed for scoring burst against woeful Bengals defense

The Broncos are riding their first win streak since September and the formula isn’t rocket science.

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Avalanche’s top line comes through again, with Colorado overcoming Sidney Crosby’s hat trick in sixth straight win

Colorado's top line had the final say in the team's sixth straight win, a 6-3 victory at the Pepsi Center that once again affirmed the Avalanche is one of the hottest teams in hockey.

UNC Bears basketball hangs on to beat Denver Pioneers

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Jordan Davis was 10-of-20 shooting and scored 25 points with six assists and Northern Colorado withstood Denver's second-half rally to win 88-72 on Wednesday night.

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Kiszla: What’s best way for the Broncos to win more? By asking quarterback Case Keenum to do less.

The less the Broncos depend on quarterback Case Keenum, the more they win.

Loyola presents Final Four ring to Sister Jean

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Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt now has a little bling to go along with the international attention she gained as the near-centenarian team chaplain during Loyola-Chicago's run to the NCAA Final Four.

Athletics plan waterfront ballpark to open in 2023

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Dave Kaval can look out his office window and immediately envision a new privately funded ballpark he plans to get built, and it now feels like much more of a reality -- with renderings and a real plan, not to mention the city's support.

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Broncos Briefs: Back healthy, Shane Ray prepared to finish season strong

When Broncos linebacker Shane Ray sustained a high ankle sprain in Week 6 against the Los Angeles Rams, it was Shaq Barrett’s time to assume a larger pass-rushing responsibility.

Wednesday, Nov 28

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Broncos tracker: Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green to return from injury versus Denver

Refresh this page for the latest news and notes before, during and after Broncos practice Wednesday, Nov. 28, from Denver Post beat reporters Ryan O’Halloran and Kyle Fredrickson.

Team X: All-female ski team provides another route for racers

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Foreste Peterson confronted a cold reality after four years on the U.S. ski team development squad and four more competing at Dartmouth College: Her racing days were about to end.

No captain, my captain: Tradition-rich NHL teams are no longer giving players the “C”

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While the post is considered sacred by some, more NHL teams are opting not to name a captain, or at least take their time doing so.

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Fantasy football start/sit tips for Week 13: Is time for Broncos’ Case Keenum?

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It's crunchtime in your fantasy football league so every roster spot counts.

Mountain West football 2018 all-conference teams: 3 CSU, 2 Air Force players honored

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Three Colorado State and two Air Force football players were honored as the Mountain West Conference announced its all-conference teams and individual award winners on Wednesday.

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J.T. Compher isn’t a household name yet, but the Avalanche forward quickly emerged as an offensive threat

Prior to the Avalanche erasing a 2-1 deficit against the Stars last Saturday with a pair of late third-period goals, Colorado coach Jared Bednar decided to swap J.T. Compher from the fourth line to the second to play alongside Tyson Jost…

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Dahlberg: Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury step up in heavyweight title fight

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Just how well Deontay Wilder's heavyweight title defense Saturday night against Tyson Fury in Los Angeles will do at the box office is a question mark. For all the power in his right hand, Wilder is still trying to build his brand and Fury…

15

Broncos’ defense has bent but not broken in last two wins

When they won the Super Bowl three years ago, the Broncos allowed an NFL-low 283.3 yards per game. Last season, while stumbling to a 5-11 record, they gave up 290 yards per game, third-fewest.

Denver Sports Omelette: Chris “Birdman” Andersen makes appearance at Nuggets, Lakers game

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Chris "Birdman" Andersen was back at the Pepsi Center Tuesday night and watched the Denver Nuggets steamroll the Los Angeles Lakers.

Old friends and Broncos Ed McCaffrey, Dave Logan coaching against each other for Colorado high school crown

Before Ed McCaffrey accepted the Valor Christian football job, built a stacked varsity staff with nearly a century of combined NFL experience and led the undefeated Eagles back to the Class 5A championship game, he had numerous, intensive…

Nuggets have found their identity after thrashing Lakers: “Defense is our staple”

The first sign that the Nuggets were especially focused came Tuesday morning.

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Kiszla: Nuggets rout Lakers, and convert King James disciples in Pepsi Center into recruits for rainbow coalition

Turn in your LeBron James jersey and get a Nuggets rainbow skyline jersey in return. Deal?

06

Nuggets run over Lakers at home for their fourth consecutive win

Jamal Murray hit one final dagger 3-pointer, an exclamation mark in the latest chapter of his budding rivalry with the Los Angeles Lakers.