Posts Tagged ‘football’
November 19, 2010 Soaring Off Into The Wild Blue Yonder I’m no easy pushover or a cheap date for athletes or sports in general now, after more than six decades of playing, covering, publicizing and watching our games and the boys and girls, men and women who have swept through my life, 14 Olympic Games, and the 1980 Miracle On Ice in Lake Placid……………too much been there, seen that to get swept off my feet, too much television, internet, spin control, Facebook and ... Full Story
BOULDER — The search committee has been named to help determine who will become the 24th full-time head football coach in University of Colorado history, school officials released Wednesday. CU’s Faculty Athletics Representative and long-time faculty member, Dr. David Clough, will chair the seven-person committee. A professor in Chemical and Biological Engineering, he has been on the faculty since 1975 and has served as Colorado’s FAR to the Big 12 Conference since 2005, a role in ... Full Story
Broncos must improve last-ranked run offense in NFL season’s second half By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer When Josh McDaniels was introduced as the 12th head coach in Denver Broncos history, he explained that he wanted to assemble a tough, physical football team. That “tough, physical” mantra has been reiterated more than a few times over the last two-plus years. Yet, right now McDaniels’ Broncos have all the toughness of the cast of “Glee.” Toughness and physicality on ... Full Story
By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer The Berthoud High football team finished the 2010 season with a 3-7 record and last place finish in the 3A Northern conference. The disappointing record did not stop the team from celebrating their achievements and honoring the graduating seniors on Wednesday evening. Two seniors were singled out for special recognition. Jesse Lyman was given the Spartan Football Warrior Award and Steven Fiske was recognized with the Jeff Shriver Award. Both awards are ... Full Story
By Mike Moran The tragic fires that raged in the foothills near Boulder are over, but now, more flames are raging in and around the town…………they come from the hair (and pants) on fire of CU football fans, boosters, some portion of the student body, outraged bomb-throwers on blogs and sports talk shows, and some of the scathing Denver media, also engaged with Josh McDaniels, the stumbles of the Broncos, and the collective outrage of Broncomaniacs, whose numbers, ... Full Story
Disappointing season ends with 40-21 loss to Skyline By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer The frustrating 2010 season for the Berthoud High football team ended in disappointing fashion Friday night at Max Marr Field. The Spartans dropped their final game of the season 40-21 to the Skyline Falcons. The Spartans finished with the season with a 3-7 record and were 0-5 in 3A Northern conference play. Berthoud was able to keep the score close throughout most of the game, ... Full Story
Number 1 and 2 positions switched, but Oregon and Auburn still take the top two spots. Numbers 3 and 4 also switched places. Michigan State, ranked fifth last week dropped to 14 after this weeks loss while Nebraska moved up 7 positions. The top 25 teams are listed below.
Berthoud football drops to Mountain View 38-7 By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer Friday night at Ray Patterson Field in Loveland the Berthoud Spartan football team lost their fourth consecutive game by 38-7 score to the Mountain View Mountain Lions. The loss drops Berthoud’s record to 3-6 on the season and 0-4 in the conference. Mountain View entered the week as the number five ranked team statewide in class 3A. The victory improves the Mountain Lions’ record to ... Full Story
BHS football loses 4th straight to Mountain View 38-7. Story and photos tomorrow.
Berthoud's three touchdowns in the first quarter put them ahead at the half. However, Erie came up with a score in the third period and held Berthoud scoreless in the second half. Final score of 21-26, Berthoud's third loss in a row. Ruebsam threw for 182 yards and one touchdown. Full story tomorrow. Stats for game