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Colin Daniels

Colin Daniels

Colin is the emcee of the South Stands Denver Fancast and maintains our Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 00:16

Super Bowl MVP? On Twitter it's @Dmac1043

"The view that Dmac gives his followers of the goings on surrounding the Super Bowl is gritty, honest and hilarious. He's loves to laugh and he loves when people laugh with him - even at him."

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Something about Drew Soicher's sea lion friend looks awfully familiar. I could swear I have seen that face before.

John Leyba (@presto89) is a senior photographer at the Denver Post and he does incredible work. This beautiful shot is representative of Leyba's skill. It shows the manic media scrum induced by the presence of one #18.

Great work.

Apparently a small group of Broncos players headed for a "low rent" strip club Monday night in New Jersey. Only one was dumb enough to let one of the dancers take his picture, though. That would be none other than "Mr. Butterfingers" himself, Ronnie Hillman.

Hillman came into training camp listed atop Denver's depth chart at running back and now hardly ever even touches the ball. Perhaps this is an example as to why that is the case. It's absolutely asinine for a professional to allow himself to be put into a situation like this. Hillman should know better. Still, this could be the only "play" Hillman gets this week.

This isn't the greatest of all Sports Center commercials. No Hannah Storm for one thing. But it's pretty good - and it's got Denver Broncos' mascot Miles in it so we dig it.  Speaking of Hannah Storm ...

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The hugely talented Bradon Perna of That's Good Sports dedicated this awesome video parody of "Timber" by Pitbull (feat Ke$ha) in honor of the Orange and Blue so HURRY HURRY and click on it.

(photo, @Dmac1043)

"These Denver radio personalities, along with the sports anchors from the local television stations, Drew "Sea Lion" Soicher, Tom Helmer, Raul Martinez, etc, make up a small sliver of the 5,000 or so total talking heads assembled in the Big Apple to cover the Broncos' sixth appearance in the big game."

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(via TIME)

Drew Soicher's famous sea lion picked the Patriots to beat the Broncos in the AFC Championship game so, darling as it may be, the creature has lost all credibility (Soicher, not the sea lion).

Enter Buffett, the manatee at Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium in Sarasota, Florida, who has correctly predicted the winner of the game for the past six years. Buffett has given his nod to Denver. 

Soicher is all wet. This is a sea creature Denver can trust.




 

La La Anthony, who is fat and who reportedly tastes like Honey Nut Cheerios, and who's man everybody knows cheats on her all the time, told ESPN "if I can live in Denver I can live anywhere". Quite a slam toward a city that for so long funded her apparent Frito addiction.

This quote was given as part of a story on her old man's pending free-agency and his desire to stay in New York. The fat woman was trying to make the point that she'll follow Carmelo anywhere - which may not be a bad idea since he seems to find a new woman around every corner.

 

"in the lousy Eastern Conference the Knicks are closer to being a playoff team with 17 wins than the Nuggets are in the West with 22"

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