The Daily Outkick: Thursday, April 11, 2019

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Augusta National Has Quietly Made A $200 Million Land Grab (Wall Street Journal) The home of the Masters has expanded its territory by more than 75%, paying massive sums for surrounding properties.

Dems Rage Against Barr For Backing Claims Of Trump Campaign ‘Spying’ By FBI (Fox News) Attorney General Bill Barr tells Senate lawmakers that he believes spying did occur during the 2016 presidential campaign

An Oral History Of Masters Media Coverage (Awful Announcing) Take an inside look into the preparation, the moments and the pimento cheese sandwiches from leading sports media professionals.

More U.S. States Push Ahead With Near-bans On Abortion For Supreme Court Challenge (Reuters) North Dakota Republican Governor signed legislation making it a crime for doctors to perform a second-trimester abortion using instruments like forceps and clamps to remove the fetus from the womb.

Michigan State Discouraged Reporting Of Rape Allegation Against Athletes, Woman Says (New York Times) A federal lawsuit asserts that Michigan State mishandled sexual misconduct complaints against athletes.

Three Big Questions The Disney+ Streaming Presentation Will Address (Washington Post) On Thursday, the company will hold an investor presentation on its Burbank lot, revealing a host of information about its streaming service.

Stanley Cup Playoffs Results: Blue Jackets Rally To Stun Lightning, Isles Beat Pens In OT, Sharks Crush Golden Knights (CBS Sports) Welcome to the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs

AT&T’s Speed Test Results Aren’t As Fast As They Seem (Recode) Its download speeds have been skewed by so many people testing 5G E.

Magic Johnson Was Never Cut Out To Do This (538) He often struggled to properly assess the value of players and what they brought to the table.

Meet Katie Bouman, Woman Behind First Black Hole Photo (New York Post) This is the MIT computer scientist whose algorithm led to the first real image of a black hole.

Jack Del Rio: Antonio Brown Will Be ‘Pain In The A—‘ For Raiders (SI) “If he continues doing the things he’s been doing, just like he upset the Steelers, he’s going to upset the next team he’s on.”

The Real Key To ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 8 (The Ringer) The fantasy epic won over the masses thanks in large part to a painful reality: Characters reaped what they’d sown.

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