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Tonight, the Broncos visit former teammate Von Miller and the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football.  Kickoff is at 6:15.

The Nuggets were on the road Sunday, where they’ll be for 8 of the 15 games left this month.  This time it was Houston, and Nikola Jokic (YOH-kitch) did his usual thing, scoring 36 points, pulling down 21 rebounds and dishing off 11 assists.  The game came down to the wire, though, with Denver having a chance to tie with only 14 seconds left, but they turned the ball over and lost, 107 to 104.

Colorado Buff women’s basketball is off to an undefeated start to its season, and hosted Oklahoma State Sunday.  The game was close most of the way, with Kindyll Wetta (KIHN-del WET-uh) scoring 15 off the bench, including some key layups late in the contest…

231113 K Wetta- keeping it simple                             :17                               Q:…know I can do…

CU won it 86 to 75, and the Buffs’ record is an unbeaten 3 & 0 on the season so far…

In case you missed it Saturday, the CSU Rams football team beat San Diego State 22 to 19.  That was State’s first win over the Aztecs in 7 games, and freshman Justin Marshall ran for 119 yards, in his first college football game ever.  CSU can now become bowl-eligible if they win their next 2 games.

CU Buff football is a different story, however, now 4 & 6 on the season after a promising 3 & 0 start, losing Saturday in Boulder on a late field goal, 34-31 to Number 19 Arizona.  Colorado’s season concludes with road games at Washington State and Utah.

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