Behind Baker And OBJ, The Browns Are Ready To Become The NFL’s Next Big Thing (The Ringer) Cleveland is no longer the NFL’s exemplar for futility and mismanagement.
States To Move Forward With Antitrust Probe Of Big Tech Firms (Wall Street Journal) Investigation would put additional scrutiny on an industry already under a federal spotlight.
Antonio Brown Files A New Helmet Grievance (NBC Sports) It’s time for Antonio Brown Helmet Grievance 2.0.
China Could Win Military Conflict In Indo-Pacific Region Even ‘Before America Can Respond’, Think Tank Warns (Fox News) “America no longer enjoys military primacy in the Indo-Pacific and its capacity to uphold a favorable balance of power is increasingly uncertain.”
Stephen Curry To Bankroll Golf’s Return To Howard University (New York Times) The basketball star will donate a seven-figure sum to fund men’s and women’s Division I golf at the university for at least six years.
Stanford Is No. 1 On Our List Of The Top US Colleges That Pay Off — Here’s Why (CNBC) Approximately 51% of Stanford students choose to major in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) field, and 22% study engineering specifically.
Ex-Alabama QB Jalen Hurts Named Oklahoma Starter For Opener (SI) Hurts played in three national championship games for Alabama and helped the Crimson Tide win the 2017 national title.
Can You Tell Sports Commentary From Political Punditry? We Couldn’t. (538) I asked my colleagues if they could assign 21 quotations correctly to either sports or politics. On average, they got 13 correct.
Johnny Manziel Doesn’t Rule Out Joining XFL In AMA With Bleacher Report (Yahoo! Sports) “Every football opportunity is a possibility,” Manziel answered.
The Internet’s Accessibility Reckoning (Axios) A years-long legal battle between Domino’s Pizza and a blind man over whether the pizza chain is required by law to make its website accessible to the disabled could make it all the way up to the Supreme Court this year.
49ers’ Jimmy Garoppolo Finished His Preseason Start Vs. Broncos With A 0.0 QB Rating (USA Today) Jimmy Garoppolo may be opening the door for a quarterback controversy in San Francisco.