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Colton starts the show by talking about all of the rugby you can watch this weekend and by talking about his first year as a podcast host (0:00:27-0:04:55). After that, Colton plays some of his favorite interviews from 2020. These interviews include former Raptor and UNC Bears football tackling machine Cristian Sarmento (0:04:56-0:37:54), USA Rugby CEO Ross Young (0:37:55-1:00:16), former Houston Texans fullback/PRO rugby player/former Raptor/current professional MMA fighter Zac Pauga (1:00:17-1:24:28), and Glendale Director of Rugby Mark Bullock (1:24:30-1:48:22). Please send in any questions you have about the RugbyTown Crossover Academy, rugby in Colorado, Major League Rugby, or American rugby as a whole to @DNVR_Rugby and @coltonstrickler on Twitter or leave a comment below. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE POD! iTunes link – Stitcher Link – Spotify…

Colton Strickler starts the show with ‘The Breakdown’ by talking about the latest news with Kanaloa Hawaii and the weekly Super Rugby update. After that, he jumps into a conversation with former Raptor Robbie Petzer about where he will play his rugby in 2021, some of his favorite memories with the Raptors, and whether or not he will come back to Major League Rugby. After checking in with Robbie, Colton chats with former Raptor Zac Pauga about his rugby career, his time in the NFL, and how he transitioned into a career in MMA. Following the interviews, Colton closes the show with some ‘Required Reading’, some comments ‘From the Bleachers’ and gives you an update on some RugbyTown 7s content…

Throughout the entire 2019-20 season, DNVR will be giving you game grades from every Denver Broncos’ contest. Evaluating all the starters and beyond to give you a better look at the team’s strengths and weaknesses on a game-by-game basis. Just like that, in a stunning 38-23 upset in Houston, the Denver Broncos were back to playing winning football on both...

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Kareem Jackson’s 11 total tackles, three defended passes, one interception, one tackle for a loss and one touchdown earned him one of two game balls after the game from Fangio. But there was one play hidden among that eye-popping stats that not only set the tone for this game, but brought an entirely new mentality to the Denver Broncos.

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Feelings are hazy, difficult to quantify and frequently inaccurate. That’s why it’s problematic to focus on how the losses absorbed by the Broncos “feel” different than the ones of the previous two years. Sure, those Broncos teams were both 2-1 at this point, and this one is 0-3, but both of those solid starts of the Vance...

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