The Daily Outkick: Monday, February 24, 2020

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‘The King Has Returned’: The Second Coronation Of Tyson Fury (SI) Tyson Fury knocked out Deontay Wilder, one of boxing’s most prolific knockout artists, late Saturday. The heavyweight division crowned its latest ruler, and it felt like boxing used to feel.

Stocks Sink As Coronavirus Cases Mount Outside Of Asia (Wall Street Journal) Equity benchmark indexes fall sharply in Europe after steep declines across Asia.

Are We In The Golden Age Of Brazen Cheating? (The Ringer) Breaking the rules isn’t a new phenomenon in sports, but the level at which it’s happening—both in cadence and severity—is alarming and reflective of society.

It’s The Socialist Democrats Now! (Salon) Why Bernie Sanders is just the beginning of an American turn to the left.

The Astros’ Scandal Isn’t Going Away. Neither Are The Astros. (538) Jose Altuve and friends will be under a lot of scrutiny this season.

5 Things To Know Before The Stock Market Opens Monday (CNBC) Dow to sink over 800 points at Monday open.

XFL 2020 Week 3 Takeaways: Los Angeles Stuns D.C., Houston’s Defense Is A Liability, New York Is In Trouble (CBS Sports) Here are all the lessons we learned from a jam-packed weekend in the XFL.

President, First Lady Visit India’s Iconic Mausoleum Following Rousing Stadium Speech To 110,000 (Fox News) President Trump and first lady Melania visited the Taj Mahal hours after the U.S. leader gave a rousing speech to more than 110,000 at a cricket stadium in Ahmadabad.

Madison Bumgarner Has Been Secretly Competing In Rodeos Under A Fake Name (For The Win) On Sunday, The Athletic came across a Facebook photo from December posted by Racho Rio — a Wickenburg, Arizona-based rodeo ranch. The photo was of a competitor named “Mason Saunders.”

Joe Biden Was The Most Popular Candidate Among Black Voters In The Nevada Caucuses (Vox) Entrance polls suggest Biden was correct about the strength of his black support in the state.

Report: SEC Recruiting Expenses Dwarfs Other Power 5 Leagues (247 Sports) 38 of the 52 public Power 5 schools spent more on college football recruiting than they did in 2018 — a trend that’s steadily increasing.

Kanye, Out West (New York Times) What is the superstar doing in Wyoming?

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