The Daily Outkick: Friday, November 1, 2019

Jimmy Garoppolo Finally Gave The 49ers The Performance They Paid Him For (The Ringer) San Francisco’s $137.5 million man has flown under the radar during the team’s 8-0 start. But he was the driving force behind the Niners’ 28-25 win over the Cardinals and showed that he can deliver when the team needs him to.

Trump Makes Florida His Primary Residence, But Says New York Will 'Have A Special Place In My Heart' (Fox News) President Trump, A Born-and-bred New Yorker, Announced Thursday That He Has Changed His Permanent Residence To Palm Beach, Fla., Because Of The Way Politicians In New York City And The State Of New York Have Treated Him.

The Nationals Wouldn’t Say Die (538) it’s impossible to overstate how resilient the team was in digging out of a 19-31 hole in the standings on May 23.

House Passes Impeachment Resolution On Stark Partisan Lines (Wall Street Journal) Move marks first significant vote since probe began into Trump’s call for Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden.

N.B.A. Suspends Joel Embiid And Karl-Anthony Towns 2 Games For Fighting (New York Times) The league said the players’ “continued escalation” after the game — their taunts on social media — had factored into the punishment.

The Sovereign State Of Facebook (Axios) Facebook's scale and power have often made it seem more a kind of quasi-sovereign nation than a traditional company — and right now it's looking more like a failing state than a thriving one.

Kyle Allen’s Unusual Path From 5-star Recruit To NFL Starter (247 Sports) Allen may have entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2018, but four years earlier he was an elite recruit, the No. 1 quarterback in the nation and the No. 5 overall prospect in the Top247.

‘There’s No Model For This’: Impeachment Timeline Crashes Into Democratic Primary (Politico) A Senate trial could take 6 senators off the 2020 campaign trail just as the early states prepare to vote.

What's Behind SMU's Surprising Resurgence? (SI) SMU is off to its best start in nearly 40 years. Here's how the Mustangs found a new—and legal—recruiting market to exploit.

Barack Obama And Charli XCX Slam ‘Woke’ Culture (New York Post) In the past couple of days, both the renowned world leader and Obama have dismissed “woke” culture.

How Matt LaFleur 'Fixed' Aaron Rodgers And Rediscovered His MVP Form (For The Win) The Packers hired Matt LaFleur with one goal in mind: Get Aaron Rodgers back to the level he was playing at the end of the 2016 season.

Box Office: ‘Frozen II’ Eyes Dazzling $100 Million-Plus Debut (Variety) A triple-digit debut for “Frozen II” would be a jump on the original. The 2013 animated musical-adventure launched over Thanksgiving, generating $67.4 million over the weekend and a record-setting $93.6 million through its first five days of release.