The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, April 2, 2019

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John Calipari, Kentucky Agree To Contract Extension Allowing Him To Finish Career With Wildcats (CBS Sports) Kentucky made a massive offer to retain its prized coach in Lexington for as long as he’d like.

Second Woman Alleges That Joe Biden Touched Her Inappropriately (Washington Post) A former congressional aide to Rep. Jim Himes (D-Conn.) says former vice president Joe Biden touched her inappropriately at a 2009 fundraiser.

Could Any Of These Five Teams Trade For Josh Rosen? (The Ringer) Let’s assess which teams could make a move for Rosen and what they’d have to give up for the 2018 first-rounder.

There Are Five Different Races In Streaming TV. Here’s Where Apple Fits In. (Wall Street Journal) There are at least five distinct categories where Silicon Valley heavyweights and traditional media companies are competing for users’ attention and money.

2019 Final Four Preview: How Virginia Can Reach Its First Title Game Ever (SI) Here’s everything you need to know about the last ACC team standing as it prepares for a bout with Auburn.

As Mick Jagger Heads For Heart Surgery, Keith Richards Continues To Defy The Odds (New York Post) Mick Jagger will undergo heart surgery this week, as his permanently pickled bandmate Keith Richards continues his march toward seeming immortality.

Who Didn’t Expect This Final Four? (538) The only team talented enough to beat Duke…was Duke.

Baltimore Mayor to Take Leave of Absence Amid Children’s Book Scandal (New York Times) The announcement came shortly after Gov. Larry Hogan asked Maryland state prosecutors to investigate a $500,000 payment that Ms. Pugh had received.

Sean McVay Pulls Cruel Prank On Kliff Kingsbury About Losing No. 1 Pick (FTW) Kingsbury immediately feared the worst: the punishment could be the No. 1 overall pick.

Scoop: Mike Bloomberg Might Still Run In 2020 (Axios) Michael Bloomberg might still run for president in 2020, especially if former Vice President Joe Biden winds up not getting in.

Clemson Football 2019: Schedule, Roster, Recruiting And Three Questions For Tigers (Sporting News) What will Clemson do for an encore?