Football

Concussion education questions the future of football

Concussion education questions the future of football

How come people aren’t more educated about the effects that CTE has on player’s careers? The education of concussions from the NFL down to youth football takes a toll on the lives affected by this one disease because CTE is a universal disease that is showing more in deceased players per year. Not only is […]

Fast Break With Special Guest Deondre Thompson

Fast Break With Special Guest Deondre Thompson

Original airdate (9/22/2017) Join Jordan Roland for episode 6 of Fast Break as he talks with guest Deondre Thompson about the offseason blockbuster trade in the NBA. The Boston Celtics traded Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic and Brooklyn’s 2018 first round pick (via trade) to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Kyrie Irving. Also Roland will […]

Concussion and its clash within football

Concussion and its clash within football

For more than a decade, concussions have been an issue in sports. Conversations about concussions in football, from little league all the way to the professional level, have been held about whether football is a safe sport to play anymore. The NFL has begrudgingly worked with scientists for years trying to create solutions to limit […]

Denver professional sports update: Broncos

Denver professional sports update: Broncos

The Denver Broncos kicked off their season and Vance Joseph made his head coaching debut in Monday night’s victory over the Los Angeles Chargers. The Broncos finished with a record of 9-7 last season and failed to make the playoffs one year after winning the Super Bowl. As a franchise historically known for success, the […]

Rapid reaction: Broncos edge Chargers

Rapid reaction: Broncos edge Chargers

The Denver Broncos (1-0) defeated the Los Angeles Chargers (0-1) by a score of 24-21. Denver entered the fourth quarter with a three possession lead, but mental errors that were easily avoidable nearly lost them the game. It was a shaky win with plenty of positives and negatives to takeaway. Let’s be clear, the Chargers […]

Sports stance: Kaepernick controversy more about skill than politics

Sports stance: Kaepernick controversy more about skill than politics

The NFL preseason kicked off this past week and many still question why quarterback Colin Kaepernick remains unsigned. Some argue it’s because of his kneeling protest during the national anthem. Others argue that the NFL has a race issue and Kaepernick happens to be a victim of it. While that may partially be the case, […]

Podcast: Post 4th of July Summer Sunshine Sports Show

Podcast: Post 4th of July Summer Sunshine Sports Show

Just a day after the 4th of July festivities, Nathan Matoush and Taylor Oxenfeld talk all the latest news in the world of sports on this special edition of the Summer Sunshine Sports Show.  The first segment of the show (00:00-23:00) was centered all around the slumping Colorado Rockies and their disappointing 8-1 loss on the […]

Broncos fail to make a splash early in free agency

Broncos fail to make a splash early in free agency

The NFL free agency period has begun, signaling the start of the new league year. Blockbuster trades accompanied by potentially franchise changing signings flooded the headlines but a notable team hasn’t made the news: the Denver Broncos. John Elway and the rest of the Broncos front office have made it a priority to upgrade their […]

Nationwide Sports Briefs

Nationwide Sports Briefs

Steve Sarkisian headed to the NFL Alabama’s Steve Sarkisian was named the Atlanta Falcon’s offensive coordinator Tuesday Feb. 7 after the departure of Kyle Shanahan. Sarkisian took over for Lane Kiffin as Alabama’s offensive coordinator before Alabama’s national championship game. Sarkisian has had NFL experience as the Oakland Raider’s quarterback coach in 2004. He was […]

1 2 3 7