The Daily Outkick: Thursday, September 13, 2018

College Football Gambling Picks For Week 3 2018 (Outkick) Get rich, kids, we’re going 12-0.

College Football’s Most Valuable Teams (Forbes) For years, the Texas Longhorns have been hailed as college football’s ultimate cash cow. But there’s a new No. 1, and you don’t even have to leave the state to find them: Texas A&M is now college football’s most valuable program.

On Monday Night, Sam Darnold and The Jets Produced a Loaded Vault Full of Takes (Outkick) My loaded vault consists of three categories of reactionary media takes from after the game: Darnold hyperbole, Giants regret, and playoff talk. Here are just a few of them.

Washington Post column on Serena Williams is “utter and complete joke” (Outkick) Clay Travis reacts to “What Serena Williams’s defeat tells us about the criminal-justice system” column.

Can Dave Rubin Save the Political Talk Show? (Playboy) The dark web has chosen its host.

Now cord cutters can get NFL Redzone by itself (Fast Company) The league’s whiparound coverage, which shows every touchdown during day games on Sundays, is now available as a $5-per-month standalone streaming service.

Trump’s Income Bump: Census shows faster growth is helping all income levels (WSJ) Remember the warnings of an economic implosion if Donald Trump was elected President? Well, instead, the economy has broken out of the 2% growth doldrums from 2009-2016, and Barack Obama is elbowing his way back into the public debate to claim credit.

Australian newspaper does not apologize over Serena Williams Cartoon (Outkick) Clay Travis congratulates Herald-Sun for not running from social media criticism and instead pointing out the newspaper uses the same satirical standard on anyone its cartoonist lampoons.

Threats and Deception: Why CBS’s Board Turned Against Leslie Moonves (NYT) CBS’s board initially backed Les Moonves after misconduct allegations surfaced. Here’s the story of why it abandoned him.

The cult of fragility on college campuses (Washington Post) Nowadays, radical intellectuals who are eager to be “transgressive” have difficulty finding remaining social rules and boundaries to transgress: When all icons have been smashed, the iconoclast’s lot is not a happy one.

Tennis umpires fighting back against Serena Williams (USA Today) Chair umpires are considering refusing to officiate matches involving Williams

Ben Roethlisberger has turned into DeShone Kizer before our very eyes (Lock It In) The two-time Super Bowl winning champ and first ballot Hall of Famer is second to DeShone Kizer for most games with an interception since 2017.

 

 

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