The Daily Outkick: Wednesday, December 4, 2019

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The Panthers–Ron Rivera Divorce Is the Rare NFL Split That Benefits Both Parties. (The Ringer) Team owner David Tepper wants to overhaul the team and modernize its operations. Rivera, meanwhile, will become the most sought-after coach on the market after his successful tenure in Carolina went stale.

Google Co-Founders Page, Brin Give Up Management Roles (Wall Street Journal) Google CEO Sundar Pichai will now lead search giant’s parent, Alphabet, becoming one of Silicon Valley’s most powerful figures

Ohio State Retains Top Spot in College Football Playoff Rankings. (SI) The rest of the top four held firm in Tuesday’s rankings. Joe Burrow and LSU are at No. 2, followed by Clemson and Georgia.

Why Kamala Harris’s Campaign Failed. (538) Kamala Harris dropped out of the presidential race on Tuesday, and she’s probably the most significant candidate to do so to date.

For L.S.U., A Lot Of Love In Polls, Not So Much In Playoff Rankings (New York Times) A win over Georgia this weekend should be a strong argument for making the Tigers the playoff’s top seed, ahead of Ohio State, but will the committee see things that way?

How A Harvard Dropout Founded South Korea’s Most Valuable Start-up (CNBC) Bom Kim is founder and CEO of Coupang, the $9 billion e-commerce giant that’s been dubbed the Amazon of South Korea.

Tua Tagovailoa Hasn’t Come To A Decision On Entering NFL Draft (247 Sports) The quarterback told ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit there are risks and rewards in both.

Fired Google Workers Plan Federal Complaint (Axios) Four employees fired by Google right before Thanksgiving plan to file an unfair labor practices complaint this week with the National Labor Relations Board, charging that the company fired them for engaging in protected labor organizing.

Colts QB Chad Kelly Sued After Allegedly Assaulting Von Miller’s Videographer At A Halloween Party (Yahoo! Sports) Von Miller’s personal videographer filed a lawsuit against Indianapolis Colts backup quarterback Chad Kelly, accusing him of assaulting him and breaking his nose at a Halloween party in 2018, according to TMZ.

The Who Plans First Cincinnati-area Concert Since ’79 Tragedy (Fox News) The Who will perform there for the first time in 40 years since 11 people were killed in a pre-show stampede outside a concert in the city at the height of their fame.

SEC Announces Hefty Fine For Auburn After Fans Storm The Field Following Iron Bowl Win (Saturday Down South) Auburn University will be assessed a $250,000 fine for its fourth violation of the Southeastern Conference policy prohibiting postgame fan access to the competition area.

Willie Nelson Has Quit Smoking Weed (New York Post) It’s like Michael Jordan retiring from the NBA. It’s like Donald Trump quitting Twitter. It’s like Lindsay Lohan forsaking drama.

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