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Editor’s Note: Above is an audio story, designed to give BSN Denver subscribers the option to listen to this story if they don’t have time to stop and read it in its entirety. Enjoy! ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — You ever hear a coach or player say something about their sport that just absolutely blows your mind? For me, it’s one of the most rewarding parts of this job, because while I am confident in my knowledge of almost any sport, I have fully come to terms with the fact that I can learn something from anyone in a locker room. For example, I was standing right next to the great Drew Creasman when Daniel Murphy explained to us that he sees lineup…

On Aug. 30, Colorado State football will play the University of Colorado in Denver for likely the final time. After years of memorable matchups in the neutral site, the 2020 edition will be in Fort Collins before there is a brief break in the series. The Rocky Mountain Showdown, though controversial, has always been a big deal to local college football fanatics. The chance to represent one’s school, drink like there’s no tomorrow and scream the fight song until it hurts is always a can’t-miss event for both sides of the rivalry. However, the 2019 edition just may be one of the biggest games in the history of the in-state clash. Before you jump down my throat for using…

Bad news for Buffs fans: This season’s schedule is brutal. ESPN’s Football Power Index says it’s the sixth most difficult in the country. Phil Steele calls it the fifth-toughest and adds that Colorado will square off against six of the top 15 quarterbacks in the nation. Essentially every other game will be against a future NFL gunslinger. The Buffs take on the toughest teams in the Pac-12 North this year (Oregon, Washington, Stanford, Washington State) while missing out on the weaker programs (Cal, Oregon State). If things don’t break Colorado’s way early in the season, just remember that it’s a transitional year and the Buffs will have some stability in their coaching staff and less on their plate in 2020.…

NEW YORK, NY – Winning is always what the doctor recommends for any ailing team, but for a Rockies team playing their worst stretch of baseball this season, Sunday’s dose helped stave off a trip to the medical ward as the death knells grow louder. German Márquez regained his composure after the worst start of his career last Monday and...

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Under a 100-degree sun, without a cloud in the sky, the Denver Broncos took the field for their second of 19 training camp practices on Friday morning. As was the case on Thursday, and is usually the case during the early days in camp, the defense won the day, making the offense feel even more heat than...

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Michael Porter Jr. — star basketball player, unanimous top-2 recruit out of high school who at a chiseled 6-foot-10 and 210 pounds looks like he was constructed inside a basketball lab — is not that different than you or me. “Chipotle’s my favorite food,” Porter told BSN Denver as he used his near seven-foot frame to peer over his teammates...

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