Xfinity Monday Live
Metro State University was just one win away from the NCAA Division II championship game last Thursday when they fell short to Central Missouri 71-69 after mounting a great comeback.
Even though the University of Denver Pioneers basketball team is done for the season, coach Joe Scott was still thinking hoops when he stopped in to be the guest on Xfinity Monday Live! to talk about the NCAA tournament.
He spent eight seasons with the Denver Broncos and was captain of the team three times. Until Monday, Chris Kuper was the longest tenured Bronco.
Denver Broncos defensive lineman Malik Jackson said it hasn’t hit him yet that his team is one victory away from the Super Bowl.
Denver Broncos tight end Jacob Tamme played a key role in the offense last year, but at the start of the season this year he played primarily on special teams. He’s now back in the rotation.
Denver Broncos place kicker Matt Prater said after he kicked his NFL record 64-yard field goal against the Tennessee Titans in frigid weather on Sunday he received 134 text messages from people congratulating him.
With safety Rahim Moore leaving the game against the Chiefs complaining of pain and then having to undergo emergency surgery, Mike Adams had to step up and now will be filling in the rest of the regular season.
Broncos head coach John Fox said the team’s defensive performance against the Redskins was the best of the year, and defensive tackle Terrance Knighton said on Xfinity Monday Live! it was hard to disagree.
Former Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer has been showing his face a lot in Colorado lately and was recently seen hanging out with John Elway at Broncos training camp a couple weeks ago.
Broncos great Rod Smith has never been one afraid to speak his mind and on Xfinity Monday Live! he offered his thoughts on Peyton Manning, whose overall playoff record is 9-11.