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Gunslinger After seven brutal months, NFL football is finally back.  Yet, after the preseason moments of wild speculation, what -ifs, and pointless exhibition performances, some things never change. Tom Brady and the Patriots keep on winning, despite having arguably their worst wide-receiving core in a

CU Denver Online ranks as one of best online schools

The programs have flexibility and diversity CU Denver online programs were recently featured as one of the top online programs in the country. According to the SR Education Group—an organization designed to promote accessible and affordable online university programs—CU Denver was listed as a top

The Broncos are one season away from obscurity

A 2018/19 season preview Losing has always been a tough pill to swallow for the Denver Broncos. The Broncos faithful have had to endure three losing seasons since the onset of the new millennium.  The 5-11 record in the 2016/17 regular season—coming only two years


  What ever happened to the mobile quarterback revolution?  It was wasn’t too long ago that everyone thought it was only a matter of time before the dinosaur “prototype” quarterbacks like Tom Brady and Peyton Manning—who had the best quarterback minds but could move just


Dear NFL, MLB, NCAA Football, NCAA Basketball, Stop trying to inject feigned morality into your sports, stop trying to legislate phony morality rules into your game, stop trying to lord yourselves as moral authorities.  Stop. In recent years, the NFL and MLB in particular have

Punch Up the Jam keeps it fresh

A reminder that music should be fun The comedy-meets-music podcast Punch Up the Jam provides the recipe for the perfect podcast by covering everything from the cosmic implications of “A Thousand Miles” to toxic masculinity, to the porno name for “Minority Report” while simultaneously never

Gorillaz | The Now Now | Album Review

Parlophone & Warner Bros. Records Rating: 3 out of 5 stars On July 21, the iconic animated ensemble Gorillaz released their sixth studio album. Their sixth album, The Now Now, followed the successful 2017 album, Humanz, the Gorillaz refreshing and politically-charged comeback album. After seemingly


  A summer full of sports has taught me a few things: soccer is still king, the NBA off-season is infinitely more exciting than the actual season, and—much to the chagrin of American politicians and team owners—politics will never be exorcised from sports.  The 2018 World