The Daily Outkick: Thursday, September 27, 2018

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Clay Travis Says Liberals are Ruining Sports, Wants to ‘Make Sports Great Again’ (FOX) Author and radio host Clay Travis, loathed by ESPN execs and banned from CNN, has only one goal with his new book — to make sports great again.

Clay Travis: Left-Wing Sports Media ‘Ten Times as Biased’ as Political Media (Breitbart) Clay Travis, author of Republicans Buy Sneakers Too, noted how sports media figures are ten times more likely to financially support Democrats than their political media counterparts.

Clay Travis Thanks CNN and Brooke Baldwin for Making His New Book a Reality (Outkick)

What’s Next For Clemson QBs? Trevor Lawrence, Yes. And a ‘Hunter Renfrow Package’ (The State) The top of the depth chart is simple. Lawrence has locked up the No. 1 spot and Brice is solidly No. 2. But after that it gets interesting.

Outkick Gambling Picks For Week 5 (Outkick) I hate to brag or draw attention to myself, but the Outkick picks have been on fire a third of the way through the college football season.

Kavanaugh Hearing: What to Watch as Christine Blasey Ford Heads to Capitol Hill (NY Times) Christine Blasey Ford is set to appear on Thursday at 10am (ET) before the Senate Judiciary Committee to testify about her accusation that Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, sexually assaulted her.

Two men tell Senate that they, not Kavanaugh, assaulted Ford (NY Post) Two men have come forward to members of the Senate Judiciary Committee to claim that they are the ones who actually assaulted Christine Blasey Ford during a house party in 1982 — and not Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

The Kavanaugh Standard: A Defeat Based on These Accusations Will Divide the Country for a Generation (WSJ) The Kavanaugh Standard will hold that any decision requiring a deliberative consideration of contested positions can and should be decided on just one thing: belief. Belief is sufficient. Nothing else matters.

Clay Travis: Brett Kavanaugh Accusations Make No Sense (Outkick)

The N.F.L.’s Incredible Shrinking Pads (NY Times) The league is trying to make football safer. So why are its players wearing less padding?

Week 4 NFL Confidence Pool: Pack Will Be Back (Outkick) We check out Week 4 where we rate our most confident straight up pick all the way to our least confident. The point spread on each game is in parentheses but these picks are not against the spread.

Billionaire LA Times Owner Calls Social Media the ‘Cancer of our Time’ (CNBC) “The short attention span we’re creating in this millennium is actually very dangerous,” said said Soon-Shiong. “It’s the unintended consequences of social media.”

This is the worst state for Pro Football bettors in the last 15 years (Lock It In)

 

 

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