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Outkick the Coverage 5h
What we're reading at Outkick on Friday, February 21, 2020. Get smart, kids...
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 20
What we're reading at Outkick on Thursday, February 20, 2020. Get smart, kids...
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 19
What we're reading at Outkick on Wednesday, February 19, 2020. Get smart, kids...
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 18
What we're reading at Outkick on Tuesday, February 18, 2020. Get smart, kids...
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 17
“Clay Travis here and I’m king on Lock It In for the month of February. It’s a good feeling to own an entire month. Three straight weeks. I’d love to see Sal’s reaction when he finds out I’ve won three straight weeks and I’m king for February.” — from Mexico
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 17
“The big challenge for the XFL is if they can pry freshmen and sophomores that people care about from college football to play in the league for a year or two. Then there would be big, signature stars in the XFL. If this happens, it could be a difference-maker.” —
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 17
What we're reading at Outkick on Monday, February 17, 2020. Get smart, kids...
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 16
“The Astros took a history of baseball sign-stealing to the next level and beyond with modern day technology to cheat the game. Trying to argue that you didn’t cheat the game — when it was proven that you did — was a disastrous strategy.” —
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 15
"Some people are blaming Mel Tucker for leaving Colorado after one year. If someone doubles your salary, I don't blame you for leaving. Particularly when you are leaving a lower-tier Pac 12 job to a bit of a higher tier job at Michigan State." --
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 15
"Who would CBS bring in to sit next to Jim Nance if they were to lose Tony Romo to ESPN? Remember, they've got Super Bowl 55. So whoever it is has to hit the ground running. Maybe they would offer Peyton Manning $15 million." --
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 14
Ranking the holidays, is Bernie a lock to be the Democratic nominee, what does baseball do going forward after Astros mess & blackjack etiquette tips, the Friday mailbag has it all, dive in:
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 14
"If the social justice warriors who are praising the student at the University of Virginia were to actually read a history book, they'd realize they're embracing the same racist arguments that were made in the 1950s." --
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 14
"The number one thing airlines should do is not allow seats to recline. The minute someone reclines their seat in front of me, I hate them. You are enforcing your world view on others and you're making people miserable." --
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 14
What we're reading at Outkick on Friday, February 14, 2020. Get smart, kids...
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 14
"Should the Panthers at least call the Bengals and offer them Christian McCaffrey - the number one running back in the NFL - and their #7 pick in exchange for the #1 pick? That's a deal I would make. Every player in the NFL is expendable except a franchise QB." --
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 13
"The Carolina Panthers new owner was asked how Cam Newton was doing after his surgery and if they are committed to him. He said, 'I don't know, I'm not a doctor.' That means you do know and you ain't committed to him. The Panthers are moving on." --
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 13
"When you get caught, admit you were in the wrong and that you deserve the punishment that you got. The fact that the Astros couldn't do this makes me wonder why they paid someone millions of dollars for PR." --
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 13
"Matthew Stafford is a massively valuable asset. He is the most underrated quarterback of his generation because the Lions are such an incompetent franchise. He has top 10 talent and has consistently had bottom 10 talent around him." --
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 13
“In an era when so much of what is said in this world is conflicting and angry, Teddy Bridgewater uses his platform to try to elevate people who may be looking to him as a role model. It’s hard not to root for him.” —
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Outkick the Coverage Feb 13
“Two teams make sense for Philip Rivers: Colts & Buccaneers. Colts aren’t impressed with Jacoby and they get a bridge to a young QB. Bucs, with Bruce Arians, you can get another couple years with Rivers.” —
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