Daily Roundup: Dec. 2

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Dec 2, 2019

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news:

  • Over the Thanksgiving Holiday, four Patriots players were glad to hear that the Student Opportunity Act was signed into law by the Massachusetts governor. The Boston Globe’s Nora Princiotti reports on how the four players were instrumental in the law’s passing. 
  • Immediately after beating Duke, Stephen F. Austin’s Nate Bain, a Bahamas native, received overwhelming support from fans who poured in over $100,000 into his GoFundMe account to help his family recover from Hurricane Dorian’s wreckage. Ben Cohen and Andrew Beaton of the Wall Street Journal report.
  • The Washington Post’s Cindy Baron reports on the second meeting between the Browns and Steelers, and how the teams engaged in a different battle: trash-talking through their shirts. 
  • With career-highs all across the board, Andrew Wiggins reinvention of his game has been one of the NBA’s early season surprises. Bleacher Report’s Yaron Weitzman tackles whether Andrew Wiggins 2.0 is real?

 

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