The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, September 3, 2019

U.S.C. And The Art Of Skating On Thin Ice (New York Times) Coach Clay Helton is under immense pressure to turn things around for the Trojans. If he can’t, it might not be just him on the chopping block.

Murdoch’s Fox Launches Sports Betting With FOX Bet (Reuters) When Rupert Murdoch’s Fox Corp launches the FOX Bet sports betting platform on Monday, it will do what no other major media company has done in North America: become the face of a sports gambling platform.

Top Transfer Performances From Week 1 Of The CFB Season (247 Sports) Nothing impacted college football more this offseason than the transfer portal.

Scoop: Trump Allies Raise Money To Target Reporters (Axios) President Trump’s political allies are trying to raise at least $2 million to investigate reporters and editors of The New York Times, The Washington Post and other outlets, according to a three-page fundraising pitch reviewed by Axios.

NFL Preseason Power Rankings, Part 1: Fish Tanking, Frostbite, And A New York State Of Dread (The Ringer) Just how bad can Miami be this season? How much reason for hope is there in Arizona? And can either New York team pull things together?

How To Handle An Outlier Poll (538) There were quite a few national polls last week, and most of them continue to show Biden in front, with about 30 percent of the vote, and Sanders and Warren in the mid-to-high teens.

Mobile Sports Betting Is The Moneymaker As More States Legalize (Wall Street Journal) Some states that disallow mobile wagers, like Mississippi, have brought in less tax revenue than expected from sports gambling

This Is How Millennials Are Shaping The New Economy (CNBC) Millennials now earn more, with a median adjusted household income of $85,800, than young adult households did at nearly any time in the last half century.

Broncos Welcome 7 New Players To The Team (Yahoo! Sports) If nothing else, the Denver Broncos should be fresh for their season opener Monday night at Oakland.

2020 Democrats Demand Gun Control, But Differ On Tactics (New York Times) Joe Biden said there was no room for compromise with congressional Republicans, while Elizabeth Warren sounded more open to it and wanted a broad solution to gun violence.

Jalen Vs. Tua: The Debate That Will Never End Just Took A Scary Turn For Bama Fans (Saturday Down South) Jalen Hurts looked great. Jalen Hurts looked awesome. Jalen Hurts looked like the guy Alabama fans wanted all along.

College Football Carries ABC To A Dominant Victory (TV By The Numbers) ABC’s broadcast of the Oregon vs. Auburn college football game smashed its broadcast competition with a 1.7 average rating among adults 18-49 and 6.13 million viewers.

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