College GameDay Announces Week 1 Location For SEC Non-Conference Showdown (Saturday Down South) “College GameDay” announced that it would be present for the Auburn-Oregon non-conference showdown.
Focus Group: It’s Still The Economy, Stupid (Axios) Some swing voters here told us that even though they hate President Trump’s behavior, they’ll place more importance on the state of the economy — and their personal financial situations — when deciding how to vote in 2020.
Ezekiel Elliott Is Not Worth The Money He Wants (538) When we zoom out and compared Zeke with all running backs across the league, the situation gets bleak. Elliott was 22nd among qualifying backs when running to close out a game.
How Spacesuits Have Evolved Over More Than 50 Years (Washington Post) Explore five iconic spacesuits in 3-D and more than 50 years of spaceflight.
Aaron Boone Berates An Umpire, And The Yankees Take 2 From The Rays (New York Times) Boone’s eruption seemed to spur the Yankees into action against the Rays.
Tom Cruise Drops First Trailer For ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ At Comic-Con (Variety) Tom Cruise made a surprise appearance at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday to hype the forthcoming “Top Gun: Maverick” and receive mass adoration.
The NFL’s Latest Approaches To Mental Health (SI) While pain management and marijuana have grabbed the headlines, the league and union are looking for more ways to encourage players to seek help when they need it.
Bitcoin Vs Libra: Here Are The Key Differences Between The Two Cryptocurrencies (CNBC) Libra and bitcoin are different in a lot of ways, from the technology behind them to the way they’re used.
Tiger Woods’ Score: Live British Open Updates, Results, Highlights From Round 2 (Sporting News) Tiger Woods is in need of a big day across the pond.
Kevin Spacey Is Not Vindicated (The Atlantic) The criminal case alleging the actor assaulted a busboy in 2016 has been dropped. But #MeToo is more than a reckoning taking place in court.
The Five Trends That Could Define Baseball’s Future (The Ringer) Teams are shifting more, throwing fewer fastballs, and swinging more on first pitches. Are these increasingly commonplace occurrences the sign of things to come in MLB?