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Comment Archives: stories: Columns: End Zone

Re: “Stars lined up for Broncos?

Geez, Ralph. After all these years, you still don't know a damn thing about football.

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Posted by JohnKoury on 01/23/2014 at 2:50 PM

Re: “Parcells: It all started in Colorado Springs

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Posted by larsolthof on 11/13/2013 at 8:47 AM

Re: “Helton soars, Rox crash

The phrase "forever-befuddled front office" is a masterpiece of understatement.

Posted by Mark Arnest on 10/06/2013 at 7:29 PM

Re: “Broncos: It's not 1997

The one thing I remeber about '97, is a certain sports reporter for the Gazette getting each and every single word he said about the Broncos absolutely wrong. You could make book on this guy in Vegas, just whatever he said, bet the opposite way. Ah yes, 1997, and after the Broncos thoroughly dismantled the Super Bowl champs last night, I just want to say the same thing I said in 1997. Ahem .... "Nice prediction Nostradumbass". Wow, it's been so long it feels fresh and new again. Keep predicting the Broncos losses Routon, that'll get them to the Super Bowl for sure!

2 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Stacy in Woodland Park on 09/06/2013 at 10:48 AM

Re: “Bud Palmer, class to the end

I completely enjoyed the conversations I was privileged to have with him in these last couple years. While they may have been fairly brief, they left something with me, and I'm thankful to have met him.

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Posted by Dave Olsen on 03/27/2013 at 9:40 PM

Re: “Celebrity pick for Broncos?

Lessee, 29 seconds on the clock. Two time outs. Need a field goal to win. 100 million dollar quarterback. Naw, take knee. I'm done with Fox.

Posted by longtooth on 02/27/2013 at 9:10 AM

Re: “Fame, faceoffs and failure

The kneel down is arguable as to whether or not it was a mistake (I happen to agree that it was). That was minor compared to some of the other mistakes made by the Broncos and they were numerous.
My point on the cold was - It made less difference to the Ravens who seem to have been more motivated to win.

Posted by siggie on 01/23/2013 at 11:56 AM

Re: “Fame, faceoffs and failure

Do you want to know what really beat the Broncos? It was the cold. Bailey and Manning, two of the three best players on the team and two of the oldest, were adversely effected by the cold. The Broncos believed (and rightfully so) they were the better team, therefore they didn't give the extra effort required to win. The Ravens, inspired by Ray Lewis and being a 9 point dog, came in angry and hungry and determined. The Ravens didn't even feel the cold. Unfortunately, we did.

Posted by siggie on 01/23/2013 at 7:52 AM

Re: “Fame, faceoffs and failure

This naysayer would have applauded Fox if Manning had thrown an interception in the final seconds. A right decision is a right decision, regardless of the outcome. Showing courage - showing belief in your team - is always the right decision. Fox made a mistake by tossing away that final chance in regulation. Cold? So what. The Ravens defenders had to battle the same cold. Fox made a huge mistake. A cowardly mistake.

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Posted by David Ramsey on 01/16/2013 at 8:02 AM

Re: “Broncomania vs. the real NFL

I'll go with crazy over surprised.

Posted by siggie on 12/19/2012 at 9:31 AM

Re: “Best word for Paterno and family? Arrogance

Stunning. Heretofore I had thought PSU was an educational institution, now it is clear to me it is a cult. Is there somewhere you folks can go for deprogramming?

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Posted by oldoddandintheway on 08/29/2012 at 9:25 AM

Re: “Best word for Paterno and family? Arrogance

I have followed the SANDUSKY scandal closely ever since November. I have read everything both pro and con PSU and Paterno that I can get my hands on, including the Freeh report in its entirety which has led me to two main conclusions.
Conclusion #1 There are very few people who are really interested in the welfare of the children and understanding what really happened here so that it can be prevented from happening again because if the children were the main concern, there would be a public outcry to investigate The Second Mile (the conduit for Jerry Sandusky and the organization he founded and was employed by), Pennsylvania’s DPW (who totally mishandled the 1998 case) and the procedures in place at the high schools where Sandusky was often given free reign to work with these students.
Conclusion #2 When it comes to arrogance and wielding of power, NO ONE is more guilty of that than the sanctimonious members of the media who from day 1 have been salivating at the thought of making this more about Paterno and PSU than anything else.

Your pathetic excuse for an article Point by Point
#1 Attacking the Family – Really?
If someone was accusing a member of your family of something heinous- are you telling me you wouldn’t defend them, and if you wouldn’t – all I can say is Thank God I am not a member of your family!!!!

#2 Have you bothered to read the Freeh Report in its entirety (not just Freeh’s summary or his press conference)? If you had, then you would realize that the “evidence” doesn’t support the conclusions. Not only should everyone named in Freeh’s report discredit it – they should take him to court for slander and PSU should sue him for malpractice.

#3 Paterno is the only person who expressed regret and concern and the family repeatedly expresses concern for the victims in their statements.

#4 Your mockery of the“Grand Experiment” – really?
Look at PSU player graduation rate throughout Paterno’s tenure
Talk to the people who played for him
Talk to the students who use the library that was built through donations of millions of his own personal wealth
Talk to the Paterno scholars whose education is being supported by endowments again supported by Paterno family donations
(By the way in case you can’t figure it out – the majority of people in the last 2 groups NEVER played a down of football)

#5 Iron Fist - you have got to be kidding me
Do you honestly think that there is one highly motivated, driven, successful person on the face of the planet who doesn’t have their share of detractors? And most successful people are self confident and can sometimes come off as arrogant. Look how self righteous and arrogant you are and you aren’t nearly as successful in your career path as Paterno was for years in his.

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Posted by Chris Maloney on 08/18/2012 at 3:09 PM

Re: “Best word for Paterno and family? Arrogance

Look at all of these cultists registering just to defend the honor of "Dear Leader"...lol

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Posted by davrud0 on 08/15/2012 at 7:18 PM

Re: “Best word for Paterno and family? Arrogance

Okay, so now the "Paterno" Biography is being leaked by GQ.

And what a read it is.

So, it turns out, when Paterno was fired, he assembled his coaching staff at his home and cried uncontrollably. I LOVE THAT!

But, why is Joe crying you ask? Is it for the children that Sandusky raped on Penn State Football facilities? NOPE.

He is crying because---"he doesn't know what he is going to do with himself".

Narcissistic much, Joe? His longtime assistant coach is indicted on child rape charges, and Joe is crying because he doesn't know what he is going to do.

That description of events is the perfect outline for the type of guy Paterno was. An egomaniac whose sole goal was to preserve his interests, and not those of any child Sandusky harmed.

The North Koreans have nothing on Penn State fans. I'm expecting a mandatory mourning holiday to coincide with freshmen orientation every fall---where PSU students are mandated to cry openly for their dead leader.

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Posted by Jacob Tee on 08/15/2012 at 6:18 PM

Re: “Best word for Paterno and family? Arrogance

Why is BR posting this crap?

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Posted by Larry PSU Grad on 08/15/2012 at 5:20 PM

Re: “Best word for Paterno and family? Arrogance

Riiiight, because the Freeh Group has never been discredited in the courts after issuing erroneous and fictitious conclusions.... (See FIFA report)

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Posted by Ryan Miller on 08/15/2012 at 3:57 PM

Re: “Best word for Paterno and family? Arrogance

Keep in mind, this is a university that elected a man to their Board of Trustees whose entire platform was to have joe paterno posthumously reinstated as head football coach. These people (and I use THAT term loosely) are nuts...

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Posted by davrud0 on 08/15/2012 at 3:53 PM

Re: “Best word for Paterno and family? Arrogance

"Exactky why you failed in every major market you worked in and are now working for some Colorado podunk rag."

Yet all of you weirdos flood his "rag" with comments the moment he says something about Dear Leader. Seiously, this isn't helping your image as a deranged cult worshipping a dead football coach. Is there a way to get an entire fanbase into therapy? lol

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Posted by davrud0 on 08/15/2012 at 3:48 PM

Re: “Best word for Paterno and family? Arrogance

Exactky why you failed in every major market you worked in and are now working for some Colorado podunk rag. Every Philadelphia writer, and I use that term loosely, had the same reason for writing their hateful, spiteful, misinformed stories "Joe wasn't nice to me when I covered the team". To you that somehow connects him to a former employees crimes. You said it yourself, "we were never there except on game days" yet you somehow expected Joe and the team to kiss your ass. Focus on the PeeWee soccer beat or whatever you cover now and leave the major sports stories to real journalists.

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Posted by Bob Ennamorato on 08/15/2012 at 3:35 PM

Re: “Best word for Paterno and family? Arrogance

Beware, Mr. Cushman. You have drawn the ire of the Cult.

And, if anybody doubts the cult-like nature of the psu fan and alumni-base, look no further than any article involving him comment section. These freaks go nuts when you don't bow to their precious "Dear Leader". Yeah, no "culture problem" there...

Bunch of subhuman, dead football coach worshipping, cultist freaks.

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Posted by davrud0 on 08/15/2012 at 3:34 PM

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