9/11 ten years later: What would big stories in Denver have been if the world hadn't changed?

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1. A new star gets its closeup. The game at which Ed McCaffrey was injured also happened to be the debut of Invesco Field at Mile High, the controversial replacement for Mile High Stadium -- and it was showcased on Monday Night Football, whose anchor booth included a seat for Dennis Miller at the time. But the new moniker wasn't built to last. In August, the naming rights were sold to Sports Authority -- one of innumerable changes to have taken place since that terrible morning in early September.

More from our Things to Do archive: "Top 10 moments in 10 years of Invesco Field at Mile High -- soon to be Sports Authority Field."

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