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Noon chat recap

By: The Gazette
September 4, 2013 Updated: September 4, 2013 at 3:20 pm
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photo - FILE - In this file photo from Jan. 12, 2013, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones, left, catches a pass for a touchdown despite the defense of Denver Broncos' Rahim Moore (26) late in the fourth quarter of an AFC divisional playoff NFL football game in Denver. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey, file)
FILE - In this file photo from Jan. 12, 2013, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones, left, catches a pass for a touchdown despite the defense of Denver Broncos' Rahim Moore (26) late in the fourth quarter of an AFC divisional playoff NFL football game in Denver. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey, file) 

Join Gazette reporters Paul Klee, David Ramsey and Brent Briggeman as they look forward to the Broncos-Ravens season opener along with Week 2 in college football.

Will the Broncos survive Baltimore despite questions with their defense? Can Air Force overcome the loss of its starting quarterback when it hosts Utah State?

Klee, Ramsey and Briggeman will be taking your questions from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday right here.

 

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