It’s not hard to find reasons to go to a bowl game. You go for a football game, of course, or for a mid-winter vacation in a warm place. Those aren't the real reasons, however.
As much as anything, though, sifting through a year of highlights underscores the fact that there’s no much that can make for a bad sports day in Steamboat Springs.
A rough year left Steamboat Springs skiing icon Todd Lodwick on the outside of the World Cup picture, leaving the Olympic medalist to essentially race for his career during a recent trip to Continental Cup races in Utah
Coach Shane Yeager has something really good going with the Steamboat Springs High School wrestling program.
It will all work out. That’s the mantra that’s defined most of my consciousness now for nearly two months. It’s the drumbeat of the BCS.
The Tigers came close this season, and in that lies both the joy and the pain.
The rule is almost as old as the game of football itself: “Play for the win on the road and the tie at home.” It wasn’t written for the situation the Steamboat Springs football team found itself in Friday night.
There are many losers in the scandal that has brought professional cycling to its knees, but none greater than Lance Armstrong and the fraud he perpetrated.
How do you pick your favorite college football player? A fellow Steamboat Today sports reporter Luke Graham recently shot me a text message, “Is Collin Klein your favorite K-State football player of all time?”
Hayden's Friday loss to West Grand threw a wrench in the things we thought we knew about local 8-man football.
Don't judge Soroco on one lopsided game against a great Hayden squad, and don't count out this series as a great one going forward.
Speed made the difference for Hayden High School football Friday night in a crucial win against Soroco.
Hayden and Soroco high schools will meet on the gridiron Friday for the first time since 2007, now as 8-man teams. Steamboat Today's Joel Reichenberger and Luke Graham predict how the revived rivalry will shake out.
Soroco and Hayden play at 7 p.m. Friday night in Hayden. These are two powerhouse teams, and their collision Friday night will be something to see.
Cover enough sporting events in Steamboat Springs and the characters in each tend to sort themselves out. Triathletes: They’re the intense ones.