The Daily Outkick: Friday, December 27, 2019

Joe Burrow And Jalen Hurts: Scouting Reports From Teammates And Rivals (New York Times) As Louisiana State and Oklahoma prepare to play Saturday in a duel between two of America’s best college quarterbacks, it’s clear that no one will be surprised if the signal callers have dazzling moments.

Trump Outs Whistleblower (Mediaite) It is the first time Trump has promoted the name Eric Ciaramella in any manner.

What To Watch For In The College Football Playoff Semifinals (538) The College Football Playoff has a little something for everyone.

S&P 500 Doubled Its Average Return Under Past Presidents During Trump’s First 3 Years (Axios) The S&P 500 has had a return of over 50% during President Trump’s first three years in office, more than doubling the average return of 23% at the same point in a presidential term since 1928.

Jameis Winston Is Having The Strangest Possible NFL Season For The Ages (The Ringer) No QB has ever thrown 30 touchdowns and 30 interceptions in the same season. Winston could become the first in Week 17.

Amazon Stock Has Its Best Day Since January After The Company Boasts Of ‘Record’ Holiday Shopping (CNBC) The record day also comes just weeks after Amazon told sellers that use its platform that it would no longer let them use FedEx’s ground-delivery network.

How Julian Edelman Has Remained Tom Brady’s Remarkably Consistent Go-to Weapon Through Seven Seasons (CBS Sports) The more things change in the Patriots passing offense, the more one thing stays the same.

Why Concert Tickets Are So Expensive (Wall Street Journal) Over the past decade, the average ticket price for the top 100 North American tours has increased 55% to $94.83.

College Football Fans Were In Awe Of The Ref’s Dramatic Flop In The Quick Lane Bowl (For The Win) Eastern Michigan quarterback Mike Glass was ejected with 10 seconds left in something that is called the Quick Lane Bowl.

The 24 Absolute Best Movies Of The 2010s (Wired) From the cloistered college campus of The Social Network to the sands of Mad Max: Fury Road, these are the movies that defined the decade.

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