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The Daily's Hot Reads For Friday: Leader Of The Pack

The BOSTON GLOBE’s Chad Finn writes of TV networks looking to challenge ESPN in the sports space: “The lead is significant. But the question is: How soon can NBCSN and CBSSN – the two cable sports networks already in action – gain any meaningful ground? Or can they at all?” (BOSTON GLOBE).

The N.Y. TIMES’ Anderson, Lattman and Creswell write SAC Capital Advisors Founder and Mets investor Steve Cohen “sits at the center of more concentric circles of money and power and worry and suspicion than perhaps anyone else in the hedge fund game” (N.Y. TIMES).

USA TODAY’s Jorge Ortiz writes of the upcoming 40th anniversary of Baseball HOFer Roberto Clemente’s death: “Four decades after he vanished, Clemente remains the rare elite athlete whose humanitarian deeds are remembered with as much admiration as his accomplishments as a player” (USA TODAY).

The PALM BEACH POST’s Jorge Milian writes of the Univ. of Miami’s new policy limiting football players' contact with agents: “The sanctions would be imposed by the university and not the NCAA, which does not restrict contact between agents and athletes as long as impermissible benefits are not involved” (PALM BEACH POST).

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