The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, January 14, 2020

L.S.U. Wins The Title The Way It Won All Season: Behind Joe Burrow (New York Times) The Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback threw five touchdowns Monday night against Clemson, delivering a national championship for L.S.U.

President Trump, Melania Trump Cheered By Crowd At LSU-Clemson National Championship Game (Fox News) Loud chants of “U-S-A” were heard throughout the stadium.

Who’s Afraid Of The Tennessee Titans? Everyone Should Be. (Wall Street Journal) A surging road team bounces AFC No. 1 seed Baltimore and is one win away from the Super Bowl.

JP Morgan Beats Analysts’ Estimate For Fourth-quarter Profit On Record Wall Street Revenue (CNBC) J.P. Morgan, the biggest U.S. bank by assets, is the first major lender to report earnings.

The Ripple Effects Of The Astros Sign-Stealing Investigation (The Ringer) Jeff Luhnow and A.J. Hinch are out in Houston, but what about Alex Cora and Carlos Beltrán? And what does Monday’s news mean for the Astros in the long term?

Get Ready For ‘Crazy’ Bidding War For Tony Romo Of CBS Sports (Front Office Sports) Get ready for a battle royale over Tony Romo between ESPN and CBS Sports.

Rare Taste Of Defeat Will Fuel Trevor Lawrence, Clemson Well Into 2020 (SI) The first loss of Trevor Lawrence’s college career cost the QB back-to-back national championships, but don’t expect him or the Tigers to stay down long.

Biden Leads Democratic Field In Poll Of Iowa Caucus Goers (Bloomberg) Joe Biden is on top in Iowa, as more voters say they have “firmly decided” on their choice, according to a Monmouth University poll released Monday.

LSU’s Latest Title Is A Lot Like Its First (538) The year was 1959, and LSU had just claimed its first national title over Clemson, which decades later would ascend to a position among college football’s preeminent powers.

Oscar Nominations 2020: The Complete List (Variety) The Academy Awards will air live Feb. 9 on ABC.

Here’s The First Trailer For Amazon’s Upcoming All Or Nothing: The Philadelphia Eagles (Awful Announcing) The Amazon Prime docuseries will premiere on February 7th.

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