About

LetsGoDU was the brainchild of DU hockey superfan, Damien Goddard. Created in 2008, LetsGoDU quickly became the the place for all things DU hockey. Over next 5 years, LGDU grew in its popularity and, along with Goddard, even gained some major local newspaper coverage. Unfortunately, in 2013, with the “banishment” of Boone, LetsGoDU ended its DU athletics coverage.

Thanks to Tim Thompson’s effort, enthusiasm and passion for DU athletics, LetsGoDU was reborn in the summer of 2015 in a golden era of Denver athletics. LetsGoDU covers all DU sports while providing a unique perspective about what’s going on within the walls of Ritchie Center.

LetsGoDU will always be totally biased towards DU, always believe that CC sucks, and foster productive and fun discussion about the University of Denver.

Go Pios!

LetsGoDU Authors and Contributors:

Tim Thompson

Sasha Kandrach

Nick Tremaroli

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  1. Hey there, I’m a CC alum and Grand Forks native. I love all your staff’s funny stories, especially the ones that poke fun at CC and UND’s expense! Thanks for the great reads! As a UND/CC fan, I appreciate all your creative stuff you come up with and take it in the spirit it’s intended.

    I wish I would’ve thought of this earlier in the week but two possible topics that could potentially make for some mockery at UNO’s expense and that your team of writers could have some fun with include, Coach Dean Blais’ upcoming proposal to standardize the size of the ice sheets in college hockey and a not so distant plea by UNO fans to the NCHC to not require the Mavericks to have to wear their black jerseys at home (NCHC required home teams to wear their dark sweaters at home games for the second half of the season). UNO fans claim their team plays better at home wearing their whites! A UNO fan even created a petition on change.org for this!

    Anyway, just a couple of UNO-related topics that I thought I’d share with you to potentially give the writing team at Letsgodu some potential fodder.

    Dan

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