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David Ramsey

Local Sports Columnist

  • Ramsey: Former Air Force QB Jaleel Awini a strong Ghana soccer fan

    Updated: Tue, Jun 17, 2014

    Drove to Denver on Monday to watch the U.S. vs. Ghana World Cup game with friends and family. A couple minutes before the game started, a tall man walked into the sports bar draped in the Ghana flag. There were about 150 people jammed into the bar, and they greeted the tall man with...

  • Ramsey: Air Force must find an AD who believes in winning, stops making excuses

    Updated: Fri, Jun 13, 2014

    The next Air Force athletic director should place winning at the top of her or his list of priorities. It's time to stop making excuses about military restraints. It's time to stop chasing mediocrity. Winning is paramount in any athletic department, and this includes a military...

  • Ramsey: Land of the free and home of the soccer fans

    Updated: Thu, Jun 12, 2014

    We won. Those of us who waited for our fellow Americans to join us in embracing soccer have defeated those who were willfully blind to the charms of the world's most-popular game. America adores soccer. This adoration is multiplying. This adoration will continue to multiply. Go...

  • Nancy Sibley resigns as Air Academy girls' soccer coach; Ty Hennes named hockey coach

    Updated: Tue, Jun 10, 2014

    Nancy Sibley has resigned as girls' soccer coach at Air Academy High School. Sibley directed the Kadets to the 2012 4A state title. She also played for Air Academy's 1993 team. Sibley said she wants to devote more time to her children. "It breaks my heart to leave something I...

  • Ramsey: Gregg Popovich, basketball genius, guides Spurs toward another NBA title

    Updated: Sun, May 25, 2014

    Three or four times a year, A.J. Kuhle dials the number of a kind, funny, helpful friend. He calls Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, a member of Air Force Academy's class of 1970. "He's honest and truthful," says Kuhle, who led Air Force to the 2004 NCAA Tournament. "He's what you want...

  • Let's applaud U.S. senators for standing up to Redskins racist moniker

    Updated: Fri, May 23, 2014

    Thrilled to see United States senators standing up for what’s right. A group of 50 senators are demanding Washington owner Danny Snyder drop the racist Redskins moniker. “Racism and bigotry have no place in professional sports,” said a letter signed by 49 senators...

  • Ramsey: Dumping Landon Donovan a massive mistake for U.S. soccer team

    Updated: Thu, May 22, 2014

    What other dastardly plans are brewing in the heart of Jurgen Klinsmann? On Thursday, Klinsmann banished Landon Donovan from the United States' World Cup roster. Watch out. On Friday, Klinsmann might start a crusade to remove George Washington from Mount Rushmore. Klinsmann,...

  • Ramsey: Cheyenne Mountain captures girls' soccer title with old-school style

    Updated: Wed, May 21, 2014

    COMMERCE CITY - Elegant. That's the best word to describe Cheyenne Mountain's girls' soccer 4A state champions. The team employed its methodical, thinking woman's approach to edge Broomfield, 2-0, in a title rematch much closer than the score. Cheyenne Mountain is not a scoring...

  • Ramsey: The Classical Academy shows readiness for move to 4A in 3A title loss

    Updated: Wed, May 21, 2014

    COMMERCE CITY - The Classical Academy Titans failed in their quest to win the 3A girls' soccer title. They succeeded in proving they are ready for next season's jump to 4A. The Titans dominated the final 25 minutes against Colorado Academy, but could not find the back of the net....

  • Knicks interested in Nuggets Brian Shaw for coaching vacancy. Why?

    Updated: Wed, May 21, 2014

    Keep hearing the New York Knicks are looking at the Nuggets Brian Shaw for the team’s coaching vacancy. Why? Shaw was at the helm this season for the Nuggets collapse. Denver finished with a 36-46 record while Shaw clashed with Andre Miller and could never quite figure out what...

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