Staples Center Weekend Spectacular With Six Games

Staples Center- Kirby Lee

The Staples Center will have six games over the course of four days. If you were the building manager, this would be a fine time to take a vacation, especially since two of those games take place on ice as […]

Gay Male Gymnast, Stanford Alumni, Vying for Olympic Spot

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With all of the progress seen in society as a direct result of sports, the gay community has not yet been embraced. Thinking back to Jesse Owens stand against Adolf Hitler, Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier and even the […]

Russian President Putin Wins Hockey Game After Inauguration

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Nothing like a good old fashioned hockey game, where the President scores the first goal and the final goal of the shootout, to prove Russia is not back to having a dictator. Vladimir Putin, returning Russian President, took to the […]

Avalanche General Manager and Lakers Head Coach Former Roommates

Mike Brown Jayne Kamin-Oncea

Los Angeles Lakers Coach Mike Brown will coach a game tonight at his former roommate’s home arena. General Manager Greg Sherman’s Colorado Avalanche may be finished for the year, but the turf war of who should  do the dishes may […]

Why You Should Care About the Sarah Phillips Scandal

It’s a story that blew up on the internet this week. For those of you who do not know the entire saga, read Rant Sports writer Riley Schmitt’s breakdown of the entire case as it stands. Basically, an ESPN Page […]

Robert Griffin Tweets Shannon Sharpe To Come Out of Retirement

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@RGIII, the twitter account for one of the top two picks in the draft Robert Griffin, knows who he would like to throw to:     @ShannonSharpe is the twitter account for Hall of Fame tight end Shannon Sharpe. Sharpe […]

Brittney Griner is the future of Women’s Basketball, NBA?

Griner Bayler Chris Humphreys

Brittney Griner accomplished what no other college basketball player has been able to. She and the Baylor Bears had a 40-win season that ended in a national championship. All the great teams in both men’s and women’s college basketball have […]

Calipari’s Kentucky Championship Hurts College Basketball

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John Calipari’s 2012 Kentucky national championship team has changed the game of college basketball. With the draft rules for the National Basketball Association set up the way they are, the talent pool in the NCAA deflates quickly as freshmen flee […]

Colorado State’s Tim Miles Next Nebraska Basketball Coach

Tim Miles Mark Dolejs

Reports are coming out that Colorado State University Coach Tim Miles is in Lincoln, Nebraska, and will be named the Cornhusker’s new men’s basketball coach. ESPN’s 102.3 in Denver is reporting that Tim Miles will take the job at the […]

Colorado Buffaloes Exceed Expectation in NCAA

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Two weeks before their final game, the Colorado Buffaloes lost to the Oregon State Beavers. The loss, combined with losses in two of their three previous four games to Stanford and Oregon, all but assured that the Buffaloes were out […]

Colorado Basketball Taking Off at Altitude

Buffaloes Chip Jayne Kamin-Oncea

It took nine years, but the Colorado Buffaloes and Colorado State Rams both made it back to the NCAA tournament. While this may look like another fluke year for college basketball in Colorado, the direction of the two programs is […]

NCAA President: Eight Team Playoff Possible

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NCAA President Mark Emmert appeared on Denver’s 850 KOA yesterday and talked about many of the initiatives he is pushing as the new president. He appeared on Broncos Announcer Dave Logan’s show, which also features former Denver Post columnist Dave […]