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• The Rocky's Lee Rasizer has lots of theories on the Broncos' recent success. Some of them even make sense. (Mile High Report)

• Let us count the ways that Wayne Allard could fuck up CSU. Actually, let us go eat pancakes while someone else counts the ways. (Colorado Independent)

• An anonymous blogger comes out of the closet. The anonymous closet, that is. (Denver Pr Blog)

• No soda for you! How to enforce Colorado's anti-soda bill. (Face the State)

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