The Daily Outkick: Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Column: Dodgers Are Finally In It To Win It (L.A. Times) The Dodgers acquire former American League MVP Mookie Betts and expensively aging pitcher David Price from the Boston Red Sox.

Trump Takes On ‘Radical Left’ In Defiant And Dramatic State Of The Union Address; Pelosi Rips Up Speech (Fox News) President Trump went on the offensive against socialism and left-wing policies during a defiant third State of the Union address to Congress Tuesday night.

Report: Clint Capela Traded To Hawks, Robert Covington To Houston In Four-Team Deal (SI) Rockets center Clint Capela has reportedly been dealt to the Atlanta Hawks in a four-team trade, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Rand Paul Reads Alleged Whistleblower's Name And Republicans 'Fine' With It (Politico) "I simply named two people's names because I think it's very important to know what happened," Paul said on the floor.

How The Team Recruiting Rankings Stand Ahead Of Signing Day (247 Sports) The race for No. 1 this year is heated, with Georgia and Alabama separated by a hair at the top.

Rush Limbaugh Awarded Presidential Medal Of Freedom At State Of The Union (Washington Post) Limbaugh was an unexpected guest of the president and Trump praised him during the speech.

What A Super Bowl Title Means For Andy Reid’s Legacy (The Ringer) The Chiefs head coach was already one of the greats of his era. Now we have to consider him among the all-time best.

Buttigieg And/Or Sanders Are Going To Win Iowa. What Happens Next? (538) Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders each led at least one of the three metrics that Iowa Democrats finally released on Tuesday, reflecting the various ways that Iowa counts its caucus votes.

The Timing Of Mark Dantonio's Resignation Is Questionable At Best (The Big Lead) Dantonio amassed a 114-57 record in 13 seasons at Michigan State. He went 6-5 in bowl games.

Disney Reports More Than 28 Million Subscribers To New Streaming Service (Wall Street Journal) User base of Disney+ more than doubled since launching in November.

Knicks President Steve Mills Is Leaving The Team (New York Times) The departure of Mills is just the latest twist in a tumultuous season in which the Knicks have fired their coach and lost a lot of games.

What We Know — And Don't Know — About The Coronavirus (Axios) Concern has been growing over whether the virus will spark a pandemic, which would likely kill multitudes and decimate economies.

Joe Burrow Explains How He'll Spend His First NFL Check (Saturday Down South) TMZ Sports caught up with Burrow at the Super Bowl, and the former LSU quarterback explained his first big spend.