The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, April 9, 2019

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Virginia Beats Texas Tech In OT To Claim Its First N.C.A.A. Title (New York Times) “Forget last year,” Virginia’s Ty Jerome said. “This is everything you dream of since you’re a little kid.”

Felicity Huffman, 12 Other Parents To Plead Guilty In College Admissions Scandal (Washington Post) On Monday, the parents each agreed to plead guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud, including Huffman.

Virginia Won Its First National Championship And Rewrote Its Program Legacy (The Ringer) This NCAA tournament was never easy for Tony Bennett and Virginia.

Michael Avenatti Says Nike ‘Pulled A Stunt’ By Having Him Arrested (CNBC) Nike “has been covering up this scandal for over five years,” Avenatti told CNBC’s “Closing Bell” on Monday.

Kyle Guy: ‘This Is The Greatest Feeling’ (Indianapolis Star) Guy was voted Final Four Most Outstanding Player.

Millions Of Netflix Users Are Using Someone Else’s Password, But That’s Not Bad For Netflix (Recode) A new survey finds that 14 percent of US Netflix users are watching the service without paying for it.

Rick Barnes Staying With Tennessee Basketball After UCLA Flirtation (Knoxville News Sentinel) Barnes led Tennessee basketball to two of the best seasons in program history. He’ll be back to chase a third and more.

What More Than 40 Years Of Early Primary Polls Tell Us About 2020: Part 2 (538) This is the second part of a three-part series on early presidential primary polls.

What You Need To Know About Chris Davis’ 0-for-49 Streak (ESPN) Davis is 0-for-28 with 15 strikeouts this season after going hitless in his final 21 at-bats of the 2018 campaign.

The Idiot’s Guide To ‘Game Of Thrones’ Final Season (New York Post) If you’re only vaguely familiar with the story but you don’t want to miss out on attending watch parties, here’s a handy guide so you won’t have to annoy everyone by asking questions.

How Much Is Your College-Basketball Team Worth? (Wall Street Journal) Kentucky remains the most valuable program in the sport, while the Atlantic Coast Conference has four teams in the top seven.