The Daily Outkick: Monday, January 13, 2020

Mike Vrabel Is The Heart And Soul Of This Winning Titans Team (SI) Mike Vrabel believed in his team—and that was all that they needed.

Iran Faces Growing Criticism At Home, Abroad Over Downing Of Ukrainian Plane (Wall Street Journal) Protests expand beyond Tehran and demonstrators express their anger with Tehran.

Packers Survive Seahawks And Advance (Yahoo! Sports) Aaron Rodgers makes two clutch passes to keep Russell Wilson on sideline.

Election Update: Sanders Now Leads A Wide-Open Iowa Race (538) The poll showed Bernie Sanders ahead with 20 percent of the vote, followed by Elizabeth Warren at 17 percent, Pete Buttigieg at 16 percent and Joe Biden at 15 percent.

The Most Interesting Person Of The Divisional Round: The Hall Of Fame Guy (The Ringer) Who is David Baker, the man who made Bill Cowher and Jimmy Johnson cry?

’1917′ Soars To $36.5 Million Opening After Golden Globe Win (CNBC) “1917” is expected to earn a number of nominations for the Academy Awards.

Marshawn Lynch And Aaron Rodgers Had A Cool Moment Inside Packers’ Locker Room After Game (For The Win) Lynch and Aaron Rodgers played college football together at Cal and the running back went to see his former teammate to exchange jerseys.

Florida Man Who Spat On ‘MAGA’ Hat-wearing Bar Patron Gets 90 Days In Jail (Fox News) Matthias Ajple, 43, entered a no-contest plea Thursday and Judge David Morgan found Ajple guilty of battery, Treasure Coast News reported.

Keys For The Clemson-L.S.U. National Title Game (New York Times) The teams competing for a national title have two of the top quarterbacks, two of the top running backs and the luxury of rest.

Satan, The FBI, The Mob—and The Forgotten Plot To Kill Ted Kennedy (Politico) During the 1980 presidential campaign, a notorious Hollywood satanist was linked to a plot to murder the third Kennedy brother, uncovered documents show.

10 Non-football Things That I’d Like To Talk About With Mike Leach (Saturday Down South) You never know which direction Leach is going to go, which is something that Mississippi State fans will get a full dose of now that he’s in Starkville.

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