Colorado State Rams still seeking Power Five opportunity after Big 12 snub, AD Joe Parker says – The Denver Post

FORT COLLINS — Colorado State athletic director Joe Parker planned a six-day August vacation to visit family when the college football world turned upside down. The looming departure of Oklahoma and Texas to the SEC opened the door for another round of Big 12 expansion. Parker was determined to make the case for CSU. “Every one of those days I

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Colorado State’s Steve Addazio in favor of expanded College Football Playoff – The Denver Post

Is it possible for a Mountain West team to reach the College Football Playoff under its current format? Colorado State coach Steve Addazio doesn’t like the odds. “It’s going to be hard,” Addazio said. “That’s why I’m a proponent of changing.” Addazio jumped into the CFP expansion debate Wednesday during a virtual news conference for Mountain West football media days.

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Colorado wildflower hikes: Where to see the wildflowers bloom this year

The columbines and lupines, aspen daisies and mountain violets are showing off already in Colorado. By mid-July, wildflower season will reach its peak, though the chance to see blooms across the state could be relatively brief. “If you’re going to get out, I think that the message would be to get out there soon,” said Nicola Ripley, executive director of

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Women-owned Colorado breweries to check out now — The Know

A recent reckoning over sexual harassment in America’s craft beer scene is creating shockwaves nationwide — including here in Colorado. Women from all facets of the industry have come together in solidarity to share their experiences and propose possible solutions. One way drinkers can help is by supporting women-owned beer businesses like the 10 listed below. RELATED: Women in Colorado’s

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These classic Colorado restaurants are worth the drive — The Know

Editor’s note: This is part of The Know’s series, Staff Favorites. Each week, we will offer our opinions on the best that Colorado has to offer for dining, shopping, entertainment, outdoor activities and more. (We’ll also let you in on some hidden gems). Find our previous Staff Favorites here. Most Front Range residents lived here before Colorado’s population boom of

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Colorado Liquid Arts Passport lets you drink at bars for cheap — The Know

With COVID-19 vaccination rates on the rise, the return of live events and the reopening of bars and restaurants, this summer is shaping up to be one worth celebrating. Why not toast with a glass of something delicious at a discount? The Colorado Liquid Arts Passport offers drinkers deals and discounts at breweries, wineries, cideries and distilleries throughout the state.

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A-Basin is the only Colorado ski area open for Memorial Day — The Know

Arapahoe Basin will be the only Colorado ski area open for skiing on Memorial Day, and it’s looking as if that will mark the beginning of the final week of the season. “We are aiming for June 6,” said Arapahoe Basin spokeswoman Katherine Fuller. “That’s looking good.” Breckenridge had been scheduled to remain open through Memorial Day, but conditions there

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Colorado restaurant, brewery & winery patios worth the detour | The Know

Mark our words: Summer 2021 is the season of the restaurant patio. After a year of closures and capacity restrictions, plus experimenting with yurts and greenhouses, restaurants across the state are back in business. And their outdoor dining spaces are cooler than ever. Some of these restaurants, breweries and wineries have been perfecting their patio game for years now, while

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