Asserting that the 1977 AFC champion Denver Broncos were the tipping point for the transformation of Denver, Colorado from cowtown to today's sports and entertainment mecca, author Terry Frei provides an intimate look at the team and the city it brought together at a time of great change. Along with profiles of legendary players, Frei describes Denver's evolving politics and culture in the late 1970s as the Broncos make their way to their first Super Bowl.
Terry Frei writes for the Denver Post and ESPN.com. His previous books include Horns, Hogs, and Nixon Coming and Third Down and a War to Go: The All-American 1942 Wisconsin Badgers. He lives in Denver, CO.