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Mike Shanahan era officially over now that Tony Scheffler's gone

We've been panning for Denver blogging gold. Here's three posts we sifted out.

In a fan post on Mile High Report, Joe Medina calls April 19 "a day that will live in infamy" -- because Tony Scheffler's departure means the Broncos' Mike Shanahan era is officially over. That thrills Medina; hope he's right.

In Education News Colorado, Alan Gottlieb sees the quest for Race For the Top phase II dollars creating acrimony aplenty. "I feel sorry for our children," he writes.

Denver Stiffs' Andrew Feinstein offers photographic proof that a ref blew a key call in the Nuggets' narrow loss to the Jazz last night. Get David Stern on the phone immediately!

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