The Daily Outkick: Monday, August 26, 2019

Andrew Luck Was a Generational Talent. His Legacy Lies in What Could Have Been. (The Ringer) The Colts QB was once hailed as the future of his position. After his retirement, his career goes down as one of the NFL’s all-time what-ifs.

Joe Biden Has An Iowa Problem, Not An Enthusiasm Problem (538) If you look at polls of Iowa you see more evidence of an actual enthusiasm deficit for Biden.

How The Colts Are Pushing Forward Without Andrew Luck (SI) The NFL season starts in less than two weeks, and Indianapolis is trying to maintain a sense of normalcy after Andrew Luck announced his retirement. But what does that new normal look like? For now, Jacoby Brissett is a large piece of it.

Big Tech Shares Lose Their Luster (Wall Street Journal) FAANG shares, once darlings of the tech sector, have been losing their luster.

Colts Leave Door Open To Andrew Luck’s Return With Stunning Parting Gift Of $24.8M (Yahoo! Sports) A decision that – if you read between the lines – cracks a door open in case Luck wants to resume his football career.

Conservative Media Thrives, Grows Broader Under Trump (Axios) It’s a reversal of the more typical pattern in which ideological media outlets take off when a president from the other side is in power.

Rory McIlroy Caps Season With A Win At The Tour Championship (New York Times) By adding the PGA Tour’s finale and the FedEx Cup to his victories, he threw himself into competition with Brooks Koepka for Player of the Year.

Veggie Burgers Are In A War Over The Future Of Meat. (Washington Post) In 2019, officials in nearly 30 states have proposed bills to prohibit companies from using words such as meat, burger, sausage, jerky or hot dog unless the product came from an animal that was born, raised and slaughtered in a traditional way.

Gators Don’t Flinch, Find A Way To Beat Miami In Bizarre Rivalry Slop-fest (Saturday Down South) “We certainly didn’t follow our program’s plan to win tonight,” an exhausted, exasperated, but most of all relieved Dan Mullen said after the game.

Netflix Confirms Rumors: Breaking Bad Movie Will Be Released In October (Slate) Netflix released a trailer for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie on Saturday and announced the film is being released on October 11.

It’s Back! College Football’s Week 1 Schedule (247 Sports) The Week 1 slate gets underway on Thursday night with 16 games as four preseason top 25 teams will be in action, including the defending national champion Clemson Tigers, who host Georgia Tech in the ACC opener.

‘Bagel Boss’ Gets Cuffed, Taken To Hospital For Evaluation: Report (Fox News) The 5-foot-tall bagel store brawler was allegedly attacking people and “causing a disturbance” at the Bay Shore Marina — swinging a small bat and shouting, cops said.

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