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Recent articles by Jacob:

Astros try to brush off sign-stealing talk, remain confident about 2020 season

Houston's players were mostly mum Saturday about the fallout from the team's sign-stealing scandal. → Read More

MLB pitchers cheat, too. They use pine tar instead of trash cans.

Pitchers have been breaking baseball's rules in plain sight for decades. → Read More

LSU visits White House to celebrate college football national championship with Trump

The Tigers are spending the weekend taking a victory tour of Washington, D.C. → Read More

‘Baseball Brit’ is going back on the road to try to save minor league baseball

“Baseball Brit” Joey Mellows and “Pitching Ninja” Rob Friedman are set to launch the podcast “Long Toss” as Mellows returns for another year of travel and baseball research. → Read More

President Trump will host LSU on Friday to celebrate college football championship

The Tigers and quarterback Joe Burrow defeated Clemson Monday to win the College Football Playof. → Read More

What is sign stealing? Making sense of Major League Baseball’s latest scandal.

How and when did the Astros start stealing signs, how were they caught, and everything else you need to know. → Read More

49ers and Vikings play for first spot in NFC championship game

Follow along as top-seeded San Francisco and the upstart Vikings begin the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. → Read More

‘Big Truss’ is the story of the Baltimore Ravens’ season

The Ravens, buoyed by their team slogan, are heavy favorites headed into Saturday's playoff game against the Tennessee Titans. → Read More

49ers and Vikings meet in the NFC divisional round: What you need to know

Top-seeded San Francisco will host Minnesota and Kirk Cousins, a man who might have played in the Bay Area. → Read More

A tale of two Tigers: How Clemson and LSU got their mascots

The two Tigers will play for the College Football Playoff national championship. → Read More

IOC to athletes: No kneeling, hand gestures or ‘any political messaging’ at Tokyo Olympics

Athletes who do protest will face discipline “on a case-by-case basis as necessary,” according to new guidelines. → Read More

Dick Vitale wants to keep going until he’s 100. He’s serious, baby.

Vitale is still talking, and screaming, after 40 years on ESPN. He can't stop now. → Read More

Deshaun Watson on his ‘freakazoid’ play against the Bills: ‘Somebody had to be great’

"I don’t know how many quarterbacks can do that," Houston wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins said. → Read More

Former Saints player, ALS advocate Steve Gleason to receive Congressional Gold Medal

The medal is the highest civilian honor bestowed by Congress. → Read More

Oklahoma vs. LSU in Peach Bowl kicks off College Football Playoff

Live updates from the first College Football Playoff semifinal. → Read More

Ohio State-Clemson Fiesta Bowl game: What you need to know

Everything you need to know about the day's first national semifinal. → Read More

LSU-Oklahoma Peach Bowl game: What you need to know

Everything you need to know about the day's first national semifinal. → Read More

Clemson tight end returns from year-long drug suspension maintaining, ‘I did nothing wrong’

Braden Galloway missed the College Football Playoff last year after testing positive for a banned muscle-growth supplement. → Read More

ESPN college football reporter Ed Aschoff dies of pneumonia at 34

He contracted pneumonia while covering the Ohio State-Michigan football game on Nov. 30, according to his Instagram page. → Read More

Robo umps will help bring baseball into the 21st century — in more ways than one

Major League Baseball deployed the electronic system in the Arizona Fall League and will test it again this spring and summer in the Class A Advanced Florida State League. → Read More