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ESPN follows former CSU basketball coach Tim Miles, mentions Café Mexicali

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Jason King at ESPN just published a lengthy (like, you-could-spend-thirty-minutes-reading-this type lengthy) piece following former CSU basketball coach Tim Miles for a day in Las Vegas, Nevada. Most of the article is about the hectic summer recruiting season, but there are touches of Fort Collins woven throughout, including:

After a full weekend of basketball, Miles will go to Fort Collins on Monday to help his wife finish packing while tying up other loose ends. There are cable boxes to return, utilities to cut off and, without question, a few final meals at Panhandlers Pizza and Cafe Mexicali, his two favorite restaurants.

I don’t think I’m the only one who’s sad to see Tim Miles leave, but at least I know where to go if I want to innocently stalk him before his departure for Nebraska.

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