Taking a Knee with 303: Victor Wooten

There are only two times in my life that I don't have music playing in my head. One of those times is when I'm skiing, and the other is when I'm watching football. I think it's because both activities have a st...

Taking a Knee with 303: Joel Gratz

There is more to football than the NFL, though I admit I try to forget about college football on weekends when both Colorado and Colorado State lose. Sometimes I even think about heading down to my old high sch...

Taking a Knee with 303: Mike Tanier

Hunter S. Thompson was a passionate football fan. But so was his arch-nemesis, Richard Nixon.  Jack Kerouac played college ball at Columbia before getting injured and becoming a writer. You will overhear discus...

5th Down: The Porter Profile

Tracy Porter joins Denver Broncos as starting cornerback Living in a state that ranks fourth in the nation in craft breweries, most people in Colorado hear “Porter” and their minds and taste buds immediatel...

Letter from the Editor: Orange and Blue

It took fifty-five seconds to brew a cup of Starbucks coffee this morning. The elevator ride from the concourse of the Republic Plaza to the top floor lasted forty-seven seconds (it took four attempts and a f...
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Hump Days: The Mythical Tebow

  Do other people call him the Teebs or is that just something between the two of us? Between me and my television set on Sunday evening when he threw the longest overtime touchdown pass in the shortest a...
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Souper Bowl Match-Up

The Souper Bowl.... it’s not just about the football, is it? It’s about the food… at least for me anyway. I go to Super Bowl parties to be with friends, eat, drink some, listen to the cheers, eat, enjoy rowdy conversation, eat, and to vote for the best commercials. On occasion, I may catch a play or two. But, frankly, I usually end up missing 95% of the game.
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Fork It: Super Bowl Sunday munchies

There are two sacred days of the year when it is considered permissible for Americans to lounge about, over eat, and watch football. One of those days is Thanksgiving. The other is Super Bowl Sunday. I'm an ...