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Monday Sports Page August 17,2015

Monday Sports Page August 17,2015

USA Pro Cycling Challenge, CU Buff's Football, Colorado Rockies, Denver Broncos and more Sports![READ|SHARE]
Monday Sports Page August 6, 2015

Monday Sports Page August 6, 2015

CU Buffs Football- The Buffs are only 25 days away from their season opener at Hawaii on September 3rd. The Buffs will welcome the University of Massachusetts on September 12th for their home opener at Folsom Field. Hopefully the Buffs will be able to improve on their record last year of 2-10 and a Pac-12 record of 0-9. Colorado Rockies- The Rockies were able to steal 2 of 3 games at Washington against the Nationals but are still sitting 15 games under .500 with about 45 games left in the season. It doesn’t look like the Rox will make the[READ|SHARE]
Monday Sports by Andrew Sander 8/2/15

Monday Sports by Andrew Sander 8/2/15

Rockies-Off the field, the big news was that Short stop Troy Tulowitztki was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays for Jose Reyes. Reyes has been in the league since 2003 and played his best baseball in 2011 with the Mets, when he batted .337. It’s been a tough week for the Rockies who have lost their last 5 of 7 games. The Rockies offense hasn’t struggled at all, scoring 8 runs in 2 of the games that they lost in the last inning. The pitching has been the Rockies Achilles heel all season but has been especially bad in the[READ|SHARE]
Monday Sports Page - July 27th, 2015 Broncos and Rockies

Monday Sports Page - July 27th, 2015 Broncos and Rockies

Broncos- The big news coming out of Denver this week was about Defensive End, Derek Wolfe. The Broncos will lose defensive end Derek Wolfe to a four-game suspension for a violation of the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing drugs, The League announced Friday. In a statement, Wolfe offered an apology to the Broncos organization, teammates and fans. He noted that the suspension was caused by medication that he took.Wolfe said "I will certainly exercise far greater caution in the future and will seek advice relating to the permissibility of any and all medications." Wolfe will be replaced by Malik Jackson, who[READ|SHARE]

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