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Gazette sports columnists receive national recognition

By: The Gazette
February 26, 2017 Updated: February 26, 2017 at 12:12 pm
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 You can't say The Gazette sports department isn't opinionated.

Columnists Paul Klee and David Ramsey were both named top 10 columnists in the country in 2016 for papers with a circulation of 30,000 to 75,000.

"There is no doubt we have an embarrassment of riches," sports editor Matt Wiley said. "When you have two columnists who are recognized nationally, and then you add Woody Paige to that mix, we can compete with anyone in the country regardless of the circulation size."

Here are five columns from Klee and Ramsey that were submitted to the APSE:

Facebook: Paul Klee  Twitter: @bypaulklee

1. John Elway recalls a White House trip gone bad

2. CSU football player not defined by Aurora theater shooting

3. Broncos' Super Bowl parade a big slice of 'Colfax and Heaven'

Broncos parade

4. Aqib Talib tells real truth on Donald Trump's 'locker room' comments

BRONCOS COLTS

5. In domestic violence case, Colorado Rockies do the right thing

Mets Reyes Baseball

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Facebook: David Ramsey Twitter: @davidlukeramsey

1. Goodbye, Carson Bird

Honorary captain Carson Bird, Air Force's 2007 All-American defensive back, right, is greeted by Georgia State safety Bryan Williams and Air Force defensive back Weston Steelhammer after the coin toss Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016, before the game at Falcon Stadium on Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. Bird has lost his left leg as he is fighting a rare form of bone cancer called Chondrosarcoma. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)

2. Brandon Marshall takes brave stand while kneeling during national anthem

Falcons Broncos Football

3. Lochte told a lie America would believe

Olympic Trials Swimming

4. Leave Hope Solo alone. She belongs in front of our American soccer net

Reign-Hope Solo Soccer

5. Yes, Muhammad Ali inspired and infuriated. That's what great Americans do

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