The Daily Outkick: Wednesday, March 4, 2020

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Joe Biden Won Nine States, Including Texas. Bernie Sanders Won The Largest Prize Of The Night: California. (Politico) Super Tuesday primary results.

N.F.L. Players Split Over Revenue Share And Longer Season As C.B.A. Vote Looms (New York Times) Players are expected to start voting this week on the proposal, which would add a 17th regular-season game and increase minimum salaries. Some stars are pushing for more as owners prepare for a TV windfall.

Global Stocks Regain Stability After Period Of Volatility (Wall Street Journal) Futures point to higher opening on Wall Street.

John Calipari On Kentucky’s Collapse Against Vols: ‘We Got Manhandled’ (ESPN) Kentucky coach John Calipari wasn’t in a mood to mince words after the host Wildcats were on the wrong end of a 17-point, second-half collapse in a 81-73 loss to Tennessee on Tuesday.

Dow Futures Are Set To Jump 500 Points As Biden Scores An Early Lead On Super Tuesday (CNBC) Investors have long applauded Biden for his middle-of-the-road tact in contrast to the more progressive policies of Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.

How Sabermetrics Salvaged The Season Of Baseball’s Most Snakebit Starter (The Ringer) In a previous age, Pirates pitcher Mitch Keller’s dreadful 2019 ERA may have doomed his career. But the advanced stats may have saved him.

Ari Fleischer Rips Bloomberg, Says Former NYC Mayor Is ‘Wasting Everyone’s Time And Needs To Drop Out’ (Fox News) Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg is wasting America’s time, according to ex-White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer.

What The Chase For Tony Romo Means (SI) Considering Monday Night Football’s history of flashy and unique hires—from Jon Gruden to Tony Kornheiser to Dennis Miller—what conclusions can we draw about ESPN’s next move?

Jeff Sessions, Tommy Tuberville Head To Runoff In Alabama Senate Race (New York Post) Former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions will face ex-college football coach Tommy Tuberville in a Republican runoff March 31 as the former Alabama senator seeks to regain the longtime seat he held.

Coach K Goes Off At Duke’s Social Media Critics: ‘Come Into Cameron And Look Up In The Ceiling’ (CBS Sports) Mike Krzyzewski urged fans to direct their ire at him, not his players

Why Elizabeth Warren Lost Her Home State Of Massachusetts (Vox) Warren is poised to come in third in the Massachusetts primary, behind Biden and Sanders.

New Tom Brady Free Agency Odds Reveal Where Sportsbooks Are Leaning (Yahoo! Sports) The Patriots remain the favorite to re-sign Brady, with DraftKings pegging them at -150 and Westgate at -200. That -150 number is unchanged from what DraftKings had last week.

Antonio Sabato Jr. On How Supporting Donald Trump Ended His Acting Career (Variety) “I had to sell everything,” Sabato reveals in a phone interview with Variety from his new home in Florida.

ESPN Emphasized NFL Combine, Which Yielded Much Lower Ratings Than Afternoon Opinion Shows (The Big Lead) In a vacuum where the goal would be to maximize ratings for ESPN’s flagship network in that window, it is hard to frame this decision as anything other than highly unsuccessful.

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