Daily Roundup: January 19

Daily Roundup: January 19
1/19/2018
Your quick hits for Jan. 19: Troy Terry is the all-of-a-sudden face of American hockey. The center of U.S. gymnastics’ success is now a haunted house. The ‘old boys club’: How U.S. Soccer ignores talented players from underserved communities. Here’s why baseball’s economic system might be broken. Connor Orr scouted the Patriots using Steve Belichick’s scouting manual. Here is what he learned.  

Daily Roundup: January 18

Daily Roundup: January 18
1/18/2018
Your quick hits for July 18: ESPN’s Kerri Potts is an important voice on tough topics at ESPN. Cuonzo Martin, the fight for his life and why he took the job as head coach of Missouri. Michigan State among those that enabled serial sex abuser. A viral star, Wes McCauley was destined to be an NHL referee. Don’t overlook Stefon Diggs’s brilliance for Marcus Williams’s error. Vikings fans won’t.  

Daily Roundup: January 17

Daily Roundup: January 17
1/17/2018
Your quick hits for Jan 17: On the Vikings, broken hearts and unfettered joy. The five pillars of Gregg Poppovich. NBA coaches reflect on Dr. King’s legacy and what it means to play on MLK Day. Richard Deitsch’s weekly sports media column. Bruce Arians: on Bear Bryant, his love of the long ball, and why the game should survive.  

Daily Roundup: January 16

Daily Roundup: January 16
1/16/2018
Your quick hits for Jan. 16: From his would-be autobiography, Keith Jackson’s own oral history. Is Trae Young the second coming of Steph Curry? That’s for his father to worry about. Why does Bill Belichick use left-footed punters? Cy Young, the only American to win gold in javelin, is dead at 89. George Solomon’s January 2018 column.  

Daily Roundup: January 12

Daily Roundup: January 12
1/12/2018
Your quick hits for Jan. 12: Tanya Harding would like her apology now. Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs just need someone to throw them the ball. Clippers’ Blake Griffin on growing up biracial, Colin Kaepernick and fighting through injuries. Perfumers evoke the elegance of an imagined tennis game, not the stench of a real one. Boxing and the battle for black manhood.  

Daily Roundup: January 11

Daily Roundup: January 11
1/11/2018
Your quick hits for Jan. 11: Lindsey Vonn’s many wounds have prepared her for a final golden Olympic run. Jaylen Brown: ‘Sport is a mechanism of control in America.’ Tori Nelson, a 41-year-old grandma, might be Claressa Shields’ toughest test. Aaron Maybin’s fight for Baltimore schools won’t end with turning the heat back on. #PayThatMan: Four proposals for compensating college athletes.  

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