The Daily Outkick: Friday, November 8, 2019

The Chargers’ Two-Minute Drill Against The Raiders Was A Masterpiece In Disaster (The Ringer) Philip Rivers got the football with a chance to drive for a game-winning field goal. What happened next was equal parts sad and hilarious.

Bloomberg Makes Preparations For 2020 Run (Politico) His move to file in the Alabama primary would be a first step toward a presidential bid, which he has not officially decided on.

Clippers Fined $50,000 For Comments About Kawhi Leonard’s Health (New York Times) The N.B.A. said a statement by Coach Doc Rivers was inconsistent with prior information about the star player’s health status.

Yovanovitch Communicated With Dem Staffer On ‘Delicate’ Issue After Complaint, Emails Show, Despite Testimony (Fox News) The emails appear to contradict Yovanovitch’s deposition on Capitol Hill last month.

If Alabama Loses To LSU, Will It Actually Miss The Playoff? (538) If Alabama were to fall in this matchup, it’s harder than ever to see a path for the Crimson Tide back into the top four.

Disney Stock Rises After Beating On Top And Bottom Lines (CNBC) Analysts will be looking to see if Disney gives any color on expected subscriber numbers for Disney+.

Unpacking All Sides Of The NBA’s Load Management Conversation (SI) Kawhi Leonard’s decision to sit back-to-backs has opened the discussion around the NBA about resting players during the regular season. Is there any way to fix it?

How Google Edged Out Rivals And Built The World’s Dominant Ad Machine: A Visual Guide (Wall Street Journal) The U.S. is investigating whether the tech giant has abused its power, including as the biggest broker of digital ad sales across the web

Report: Deion Sanders A Candidate For Florida State Coaching Job (Yahoo! Sports) Sanders is arguably the most recognized name and face associated with the program and would inject an immediate jolt of excitement in Tallahassee.

Virginia Democrat Once Jailed For Underage Sex Elected To State Senate (New York Post) In 2016, Morrissey ran an unsuccessful campaign to be Richmond’s mayor and later had his law license revoked, according to the report.

Why This Predictable Raiders’ TD Was Particularly Sweet For Jon Gruden (For The Win) If there’s one thing you should know about Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden, it’s that his favorite play is Spider-2 Y-Banana.

Apple TV Plus Renews Four Series As Glimpses Emerge Of First-Week Activity (Variety) Dramas “See,” “For All Mankind,” “Dickinson” and “The Morning Show” have been greenlit for sophomore seasons. “Morning Show” already had a two-season order and is already at work on its next season of 10 episodes.

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