The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, January 8, 2019

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Tigers Crush Tide To Reclaim Throne, Win 2019 National Championship (CBS Sports) It was an absolute domination as Clemson mauled Alabama to win its second title in three years.

Trump Will Take Case for Border Wall to Public in National Address (New York Times) The White House announced that President Trump would make a prime-time address and then travel to the southern border this week.

Clemson Won The National Title By Handing Nick Saban His Most Humiliating Loss (The Ringer) It was the first time the Tide had lost a game by more than 20 points since a 27-3 loss to LSU in 2003. LSU’s coach in that game was Nick Saban.

NBCUniversal Is Slashing Even More TV Ads (Axios) NBCU, like other legacy TV networks, is trying to push away from the old advertising model that networks relied on for decades.

It’s Chiefs’ Andy Reid Vs. Colts And Ghosts Of Playoffs Past (Yahoo Sports) The Chiefs are 0-4 vs. the Colts in the playoffs since 1996, with three of those losses being all-time gut-punch defeats.

Can Trump Really Declare a National Emergency To Build His Wall? (Associated Press) Such a move is sure to spark a flood of legal challenges questioning the president’s authority as well as whether the situation at the border really constitutes an emergency.

After Lucrative College Football Playoff, NCAA Awaits Ruling On Amateurism (Washington Post) A federal judge could issue a ruling upending the economy of major college sports, clearing the way for more money to make its way to athletes.

Matt LaFleur Brings Bright, Young Offensive Mind To Packers (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) LaFleur will bring to the Packers the same scheme and approach to offense that McVay has to the Rams and Shanahan to the 49ers.

Chris Christie To Congress, Leagues: “Get The Hell Out” Of Sports Betting (Legal Sports Report) In his keynote address to policymakers, Christie delivered stern rejection of league and federal involvement in sports betting.

Clemson – Bama: The Worst Betting Loss of Nick Saban’s Dynasty (The Action Network) The Crimson Tide were 5-point favorites, meaning they failed to cover by an incredible 33 points.

Golden Globes 2019: 4 Reasons Streaming Won The Night (Forbes) Streaming platforms Netflix and Amazon Prime killed it at the 76th Annual Golden Globes.

Ohio State Firing Greg Schiano Another Vindication For Vols Fans (FanSided) Tennessee football fans have been vindicated for stopping Greg Schiano from becoming the Volunteers head coach since the Ohio State Buckeyes fired him.

 

 

 

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