Daily Roundup: Nov. 4

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Nov 4, 2019

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news:

  • Michael Smith talks with The Athletic’s Richard Deitsch about his exit from ESPN, why ‘SC6’ failed and his newfound creative freedom.
  • The chants of “M-V-P!” bounced around M&T Bank Stadium late Sunday night, as a defense hailed as one of the NFL’s greatest ever through eight weeks trudged off the field, battered and broken. They had met Lamar Jackson. They had not been able to stop him, writes The Baltimore Sun’s Jonas Shaffer after the Ravens’ 37-20 win against the Patriots.
  • The majority of Division I assistants and scholarship players are black, but there’s a drop when it comes to men leading the programs. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Craig Meyer reports.
  • Who stays, who goes? What’s the budget? How do they repeat? The Nationals offseason blueprint brings some tough decisions, writes The Athletic’s Brittany Ghiroli.

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