The Daily Outkick: Friday, August 9, 2019

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Adam Gase’s Successful PI Challenge Shows How New Rule Will Work (Yahoo! Sports) The New York Jets demonstrated a case where a successful challenge of a non-call will work.

Graham: New Bruce Ohr Docs Show FISA Warrant Against Ex-Trump Campaign Aide A ‘Fraud’ (Fox News) New documents highlighting top Justice Department official Bruce Ohr’s contact with ex-British spy Christopher Steele are the latest troubling development for the DOJ in 2016.

In His Twilight, Tiger Woods Searches For The Bright Spots (New York Times) Since his dramatic Masters victory in April, Woods has struggled to compete, adjusting his workload according to his back pain.

For Albums, The Stairway To Heaven Goes Via Ticket Sales (Wall Street Journal) In the streaming era, rock bands turn to concert bundles to get to the top of Billboard charts.

A Cryotherapy Expert Explains Antonio Brown’s Frozen Feet (The Ringer) The Raiders’ superstar wide receiver reportedly experienced “extreme frostbite” in a cryotherapy session gone wrong. How could this have happened?

Latest Biden Blunder: ‘Poor Kids’ Are Just As Bright As ‘White Kids’ (New York Post) Biden committed the stunning blunder while speaking about education at a town hall with the Asian and Latino Coalition in Des Moines, where he’s campaigning and fundraising for the primary.

Khris Davis Isn’t Batting .247 (538) Davis has hit exactly (or, more precisely, rounded to) .247 for not one, not two, not even three but four straight seasons, from 2015 through 2018.

CBS Speeds Up Plans To Launch Local Streaming News Services (Variety) The company said it intends to accelerate the roll out of local versions of its CBSN streaming-video news hub in all 13 markets where its CBS-owned TV stations have local news operations.

Mud Maker: The Man Behind MLB’s Essential Secret Sauce (SI) Major League Baseball would prefer not to need an oozy substance harvested by one family in a secret location along the Delaware River. But for decades it has, and that won’t change anytime soon.

How The Manson Family Became A Pop Culture Trope (Vox) Manson came to Hollywood, like many others, looking for fame and fortune as a rock star. While he didn’t become a literal rockstar, he’s become a prototype, a paradigm, an archetype.

Adam Gase Looked Like A Maniac Using Smelling Salts Before A Preseason Game (For The Win) While he generally looks like a maniac, he looked particularly insane after using the smelling salts during kickoff for the Jets’ preseason game against the New York Giants.

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