The Daily Outkick: Friday, November 29, 2019

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Josh Allen, Bills Introduce Themselves To NFL World In Trouncing Of Cowboys (Bleacher Report) All of Allen’s talents were on display in the Bills’ 26-15 win over the dying, moribund, comatose Cowboys. His athleticism. His speed on the run. His accuracy. His toughness. It was all there in a spectacular performance.

Trump Makes Surprise Thanksgiving Visit To Afghanistan (CBS Sports) President Trump received a warm welcome from U.S. troops.

When Will Michigan Beat Ohio State In The Game Again? (The Ringer) The Buckeyes are 14-1 against the Wolverines since 2004. It’s time to take stock of one of the preeminent rivalries in college football—and why it’s become so stunningly lopsided.

Adam Schiff’s Capacious Definition Of Bribery Was Tried In 1787 (Wall Street Journal) Democrats finally try to follow Edmund Burke, but they are emulating his most spectacular failure.

Despite Previous Negotiations Falling Apart, There’s Now Optimism Around Greg Schiano’s Rutgers Return (SI) A source close to the New Jersey university, the coach and insiders in the football program, told The Associated Press on Wednesday night there is now optimism an agreement can be reached.

Warren Buffett’s Latest Attempt To Put His Cash To Work Is Thwarted (CNBC) We finally have an idea of what Warren Buffett has been thinking of doing with some of his money.

Stephen A. Smith Gleefully Trolls The Cowboys After Thanksgiving Day Loss (For The Win) No one enjoyed reveled in the misery of Cowboys fans more than ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith, who could barely contain himself in a video he uploaded to Twitter on Thursday night.

‘Rocky’ Shock For China Makes Trump Hong Kong Hero (New York Post) President Trump is Hong Kong’s sudden hero.

Fox Is Making Progress Competing With ESPN By Presenting Itself As An Alternative To Perceived SEC Favoritism (Awful Announcing) Some fans of non-SEC schools have felt slighted by ESPN, and Fox seems to be trying to court those fans.

Black Friday 2019: The Holiday Shopping Season Begins (New York Times) Whether you’re hitting the stores or buying online from your couch, we’re here to see you through all the doorbuster deals and Black Friday blowouts.

For Better Or Worse, The Cowboys Will Stick With Jason Garrett This Season (The Big Lead) Jones insisted this wasn’t the time for a coaching change, he still believes in Garrett, and he will be the coach of the Cowboys for the remainder of the season.

The Irishman Review: Scorsese’s Latest Captivating Crime Epic (Screen Rant) The Irishman is another outstanding cinematic accomplishment from Scorsese, featuring a talented cast and crew firing on all cylinders.

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