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The Three Biggest Scouting Myths and Misconceptions

Danny Heifetz and Danny Kelly are joined by The Ringer’s managing editor, Ben Glicksman, to discuss Heisman Trophy winner DeVonta Smith

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DeVonta Smith Is a National Championship Hero and the Greatest College Receiver Ever

Alabama’s undersized wideout turned in a dazzling performance against Ohio State. It did more than just deliver the Crimson Tide another title—it bolstered Smith’s legacy among the game’s all-time greats.

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The Bengals Cut Andy Dalton. Is He Bound for the Patriots?

Joe Burrow is the new Tiger King in Cincinnati, and his quarterback predecessor is on the open market

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The Tokyo Olympics Officially Have Been Postponed

After long maintaining that the Summer Olympics would take place as planned, the IOC has announced that the 2020 Games will be moved to 2021 in an effort to limit the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic

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Tua Tagovailoa Enters the NFL As an Expectation and an Enigma

The Alabama quarterback’s legendary college career was cut short by injury. Now, he’s become the most fascinating case study in the 2020 NFL draft.

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Ezekiel Elliott Always Wanted to Be the NFL’s Highest-Paid Running Back. Now He Is.

The Cowboys gave Elliott a six-year, $90 million extension that shows that the great running back value debate apparently doesn’t apply to the Dallas superstar

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Long Hair, Unfair: Trevor Lawrence Is College Football’s New Conquering Hero

Clemson’s true freshman QB, with golden locks and a golden arm, torched Alabama in Monday’s national championship game

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Urban Meyer Is Retiring As Ohio State’s Head Football Coach

The Buckeyes coach is stepping away from the sideline after January’s Rose Bowl. What should we make of a development that feels at once sudden and somewhat predictable?

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With Urban Meyer’s Suspension, Ohio State Does the Bare Minimum

The school’s board of trustees suspended Meyer three games for his role in mishandling accounts of domestic abuse involving a former staffer. The penalty isn’t only weak—it sends completely the wrong message.

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What Jerry Dipoto Did, Gleyber Torres and the Youth, and Stop Disrespecting Mike Trout

The Ringer staff discusses the Mariners’ playoff chances and more