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Sports Illustrated
· Countdown to College Football Kickoff: Top NFL prospects at Baylor  
Each day until then, NFLDraftScout.com will be evaluating the rosters of the best teams in college football, including all 64 within the Power Five conferences.
Sports Illustrated
· Adam Duvall ready to contribute in 2020  
Duvall’s power could be a huge plus for a team that will need it if Freeman misses significant time.
Express.co.uk
· Outlander: Sam Heughan's cheeky spy quip exposed amid James Bond replacement claims  
Bookies Paddy Power have listed the ‘Outlander’ actor as the third most likely actor to ascend to the 007 mantle after ‘No Time To Die’.
Sports Illustrated
· Daily Dose of Crimson Tide: Leroy Monsky Sr.  
However, Frank Thomas and assistant Hank Crisp called him “the smartest and best guard” they ever coached, and legendary sportswriter Grantland Rice dubbed him the best guard in the country: “Leroy Monsky, amazingly fast for his size and power, was outstanding on both offense and defense and was a key man in the Alabama attack which specializes in the use of the guards.
The China Post
· Tribes struggle to meet deadline to spend virus relief aid  
Among them are water systems, broadband access, power lines, housing and economic development that are meant to address the current pandemic and plan for any future outbreaks.
The China Post
· Duke hires Celtics’ Lawson to lead women’s basketball team  
Lawson inherits a Duke program that regularly goes to the NCAA Tournament, yet hasn’t won a league title since the ACC added national powers Notre Dame (2013) and Louisville (2014) to what was already a top-flight conference.
Sports Illustrated
· Who's Left? Here Are the Power 5 Teams Louisville Has Yet to Face  
As you can imagine after seeing a stat like that, there are quite a few Power Five teams that Louisville has never played against - twenty to be exact.
The New York Times
· Protests Rock Russian Far East With Calls for Putin to Resign  
After seven days of voting, the electoral commission in Moscow last week announced that Mr. Putin had won what the Kremlin described as a “triumphant referendum on confidence.” More than 78 percent of voters endorsed amendments that allow Mr. Putin to crash through term limits previously mandated by the Constitution and stay in power until at least 2036.
The New York Times
· Rename theMilitary Bases That Honor Confederates  
When the white South reasserted power, the dream of Black land ownership was quickly reversed.
Al Jazeera
· Mali PM promises to form an 'open' government amid mass protests  
Mali's neighbours and outside powers fear the impasse could further destabilise the country and jeopardise a joint military campaign against armed groups in the West African Sahel region.