The Daily Outkick: Friday, March 22, 2019

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March Madness Real-Time Win Probabilities (538) In-game win probabilities and chances of advancing, updating live.

ISIS Caliphate Has Crumbled And Last Stronghold Liberated (Fox News) Although local media say Baghouz, Syria is now fully liberated, U.S. military leaders say there are still remnants possibly hiding in caves.

The Ja Morant Triple-Double Experience Is An Instant March Madness Phenomenon (The Ringer) Murray State’s star just turned this NCAA tournament into an iconic one-man highlight reel

New York Times CEO Warns Publishers Ahead Of Apple News Launch (Reuters) Apple is expected to launch an ambitious new entertainment and paid digital news service that likely will not feature the New York Times.

NFL Paid Under $10 Million To Settle Colin Kaepernick Grievance (Wall Street Journal) It couldn’t be determined how the payment is divided between the players and how much they will net after legal fees.

Facebook Employees Had Access To Private Passwords For Hundreds Of Millions Of People (Recode) Another week, another Facebook privacy disaster.

The N.C.A.A. Team That Just Can’t Win (New York Times) The only team certain to reach the N.C.A.A. Final Four wears black-and-white striped jerseys with no numbers.

Skeptical Democratic Donors Tell Joe Biden They Will Not Raise Funds For Him At The Start Of The 2020 Campaign (CNBC) Their reason: skepticism that Biden actually can win the Democratic primary.

NFL Competition Committee Proposes Expanded Use Of Instant Replay System (Washington Post) The proposal would make pass interference, roughing the passer and illegal hits on defenseless players subject to replay review, but only when a penalty already has been called on the field.

Man Defrauded Donors Out Of $250K With Fake Beto, Bernie Sites (New York Post) Federal prosecutors say an 80-year-old California man defrauded donors by setting up fake political action committees purporting to support campaigns

Robert Griffin III Returns To Ravens To Back Up Lamar Jackson (Sporting News) The Ravens have agreed to bring back Robert Griffin III on a two-year deal.

‘Deadwood’ Movie Drops First Trailer, Premiere Date (Variety) Nearly 13 years after the hit Western series ended, HBO Films has released the first look at “Deadwood: The Movie.”

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