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UNDER FURTHER REVIEW – Officiating ills led to Murray’s meltdown

To be clear, I don’t condone Jamal Murray throwing a heat pack and towel onto the court, as he did in Game 2 of the Nuggets’ playoff series with Minnesota. But I do understand his frustration with National Basketball Association officiating. I’ve wanted to throw something so many times I’ve lost count. That’s never okay, …

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UNDER FURTHER REVIEW – After ‘epiphany’ Ogren eyes state title repeat

Competitive development continues for diver Luke Ogren. Now finishing his junior year at Cherry Creek, Ogren is the unbeaten favorite to repeat as Class 5A state champion at the Colorado High School Athletic Association finals meet this weekend at Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton.  But even if he wins, as expected, don’t look for …

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UNDER FURTHER REVIEW – NFL pre-draft grades ‘Nix’ certainty at QB

The 2024 National Football League draft is now history. Or, to put it another way, speculation about the Broncos’ quarterback situation can move to its next phase. Will Bo Nix become a fixture under center? What about Zach Wilson? Is Jarrett Stidham just yesterday’s news? The truth—despite whatever Sean Payton or anyone else says—is that …

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It’s déjà vu for CU Buffs as they faced off against Iowa for second year in a row

BY RYAN BOUBLIKContributing columnist It was a date with destiny Saturday afternoon as Colorado for the second year in a row faced off against Iowa in the Sweet 16 of March Madness. Last year, the Buffs lost 77-87. Unfortunately for Colorado fans, the game was déjà vu. CU only led the game, once, 18 seconds …

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UNDER FURTHER REVIEW – Shades of Buster Posey: I’ll be gone; will return

These days I’ve been channeling Buster Posey in 2018. While probably feeling worse. In case you don’t remember the name, Buster Posey was an outstanding catcher for the San Francisco Giants for a decade early in this millennium. He was National League Rookie of the Year when the Giants the World Series in 2010, and …

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