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    NFLTerrell Davis believes HOF voters' attitude toward longevity is starting to shift

    Broncos' all-time leading rusher focuses on short, successful career
    For nearly 15 years after his career was cut short by injury, Terrell Davis had to search for a retort to the one question, the one doubt to his otherwise illustrious NFL career. Full Story
    Tour de France: Froome has one hand on victory No. 4
    COL D'IZOARD, France — On the highest mountain-top finish of the 104th Tour de France, in a rocky moonscape where the air thins, only the hardiest organisms survive. Full Story

    Americans out front after first round of British Open
    SOUTHPORT, England — The wind off the Irish Sea pushed away the rain clouds and bathed Royal Birkdale in sunshine, Stars and Stripes. Full Story

    Ian Poulter making another run at claret jug
    SOUTHPORT, England — Ian Poulter spent last year's British Open in a TV commentary booth. It wasn't an experience he particularly enjoyed. Full Story

    Jon Rahm escapes a 2-shot penalty during first round of British Open
    SOUTHPORT, England — Jon Rahm thought he was moving a loose twig, didn't realize he had violated a rule and eventually was cleared of a penalty in the opening round of the British Open. Full Story

    CU opponent preview: Washington State looking to take next step
    During his tenure at Washington State, head coach Mike Leach has done a remarkable job in turning the Cougars into a winning football team. Full Story

    Biting criticism for El Salvador soccer players for gnawing on U.S. in Gold Cup game
    <p>Retired stars Landon Donovan, Alexi Lalas and Steve McManaman said lengthy suspensions are needed to stop players from sinking their teeth into opponents, as El Salvadorans did against Americans Jozy Altidore and Omar Gonzalez in the CONCACAF Gold Cup.</p>  Full Story

    O.J. Simpson granted parole after nearly 9 years in prison
    <p>The latest on O.J. Simpson's parole hearing.</p>  Full Story

    Gold Cup: U.S. tops El Salvador to advance
    PHILADELPHIA — Omar Gonzalez and Eric Lichaj scored late in the first half and the United States beat El Salvador 2-0 on Wednesday night in an ugly CONCACAF Gold Cup quarterfinal during which defender Henry Romero appeared to first bite Jozy Altidore on the back of a shoulder and then pull the American forward's nipple. Full Story

    British Open: Rory McIlroy hoping to catch his wave
    SOUTHPORT, England — Just three years ago, Rory McIlroy was the best player in the world without a trace of argument. Full Story

    For Boulder runner Cat Bradley, path to surprising Western States 100 win runs parallel with "blossoming" in personal growth
    <p>As Cat Bradley covered the final few hundred yards of the renowned Western States 100-mile endurance run across California's Sierra Range two weeks ago to capture her first big win in the sport, the finish on a high school track felt to the Boulder runner like a metamorphosis. "It truly felt like I was shedding a layer of skin," said Bradley, a relative unknown in the sport before this year. "I had this focus and almost armor on, all day, and felt like that just dissolved right off me, and for the first time I was able to absorb the day. It was incredible."</p>  Full Story

    Tour de France rookie Primoz Roglic wins Stage 17
    <p>Speeding downhill at 75 kph (45 mph) on unprotected Alpine roads, Tour de France rookie Primoz Roglic scaled the race's highest peak and then barreled down the other side while holding off the competition on the famed Galibier climb to win Stage 17.</p>  Full Story

    Rockies still chasing deals with trade deadline nearing
    DENVER — The National League West, a hub of competitiveness this season, added a new dimension Tuesday when the Arizona Diamondbacks traded three prospects to the Detroit Tigers for right-handed slugger J. Full Story

    Jordan Spieth feeling rested, sharp in title pursuit
    SOUTHPORT, England — With a chance to close out the match, Jordan Spieth fired his second shot into the par-5 15th at Royal Birkdale and it never left the flag, bounding onto the green about 20 feet behind the hole. Full Story

    Avalanche signs RFAs Gabriel Bourque, Felix Girard, Duncan Siemens
    <p>The Avalanche announced the signings of three of its six qualified restricted free agents Tuesday. Forwards Gabriel Bourque and Felix Girard and defenseman Duncan Siemens each agreed to a one-year, two-way contracts for next season.</p>  Full Story

    Michael Matthews wins Stage 16 in Tour de France, Chris Froome keeps yellow jersey
    <p>ROMANS-SUR-ISERE, France - Michael Matthews has won a sprint to the line on Stage 16 of the Tour de France as Britain's Chris Froome kept the race leader's yellow jersey ahead of two difficult days in the Alps.</p>  Full Story

    Outlaws looking like title front-runner entering regular season home stretch
    As the Rockies' recent struggles leave fans to wonder what to make of their Coors Field inconsistencies and the Rapids keep searching for last year's form in Commerce City, certainty reigns at Sports Authority Field at Mile High over the defending Major League Lacrosse champion Outlaws. Full Story

    Four riders bid for victory at Tour de France
    LE PUY-EN-VELAY, France — The battle for victory will go down to the wire at the Tour de France. Full Story

    Sergio Garcia searching for another achievement
    SOUTHPORT, England — Sergio Garcia won't be wearing his green jacket from Augusta National at his wedding. Full Story

    Steve Pearce leads Blue Jays over Red Sox
    BOSTON — Steve Pearce hit a solo homer, then added the go-ahead single in the eighth inning in Toronto's 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Monday night. Full Story

    (Matt York / Associated Press)
    College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

    Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

    After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

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    (Matt York / Associated Press)
    College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

    Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

    After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

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    Second Story Garage: Gasoline Lollipops

    The Boulder alt-country band gives its EPs names such as Death and Resurrection, and its songs bear the mark of hard truths and sin. But the punk energy behind the playing, and the sense that it's all in good fun, make it OK to dance to a song like "Death." Full Story

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