The Gazette's greatest Broncos: No. 8 Steve Atwater


The Hit.

It told you everything about Steve Atwater. On a "Monday Night Football" game played Sept. 17, 1990, the Chiefs' massive running back Christian Okoye burst into a gaping hole.

Okoye had the...

Ramsey's countdown of greatest Broncos: No. 10 Karl Mecklenburg


Karl Mecklenburg was a decent defensive end. He may have survived a few seasons as a reserve.

In 1984, the Broncos moved Mecklenburg to linebacker. It was the right move. You can make a strong case he ranks...

Ramsey: Harrison High football takes wild ride to playoffs

By: David Ramsey The Gazette

Harrison High's football team will climb on a bus Friday morning for a 344-mile journey through valleys and mountains to a playoff football game. The Panthers came perilously close to not earning the trip.


Ramsey blog: Nuggets deliver surprises to doubters, critics

The Winter of Our Discontent is just around the corner for Front Range sports fans. The Avs are down. So are Colorado College's Tigers. Air Force basketball will struggle to be mediocre. So will DU's Pioneers.


Ramsey: Sand Creek's Tarah Patterson rushes toward college soccer


Tarah Patterson is the best soccer player attending Sand Creek High School, but she doesn't play soccer at Sand Creek.

On Wednesday, she plans to sign a symbolic letter of intent to play soccer at Washington...

Ramsey blog: College recruiters missed one: Priest Holmes son dominating in D-3

College recruiters armed with scholarships missed one when they passed on Jekovan Holmes. He's playing for non-scholarship D-3 Texas Lutheran. He's dominating as a freshman with 14 touchdowns.

This should be...

Ramsey blog: Aqib Talib joins list of Broncos top 5 defensive villains/heroes

Here's a list of the Broncos all-time most physical/aggressive/nasty/dangerous defensive players.   There's a fine line between physical and dirty. Everyone on the list other than Bill Romanowski walked that...

Ramsey blog: Talib, now suspended, magnificent at playing a villain

Aqib Talib could have taken the expected route. He could have been contrite, or at least acted as if he were contrite. He could have apogized and promised to never again let down his teammates. He could have said...