Yahoo Sports' Amanda Borges and Tank Williams preview the 2019 Peach Bowl, including how the LSU Tigers could fare without one of their star players.
Donny: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., will allot each side a total of 24 hours to present their arguments in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, but the time must be confined to two working days, according to the text of his organizing resolution, which NBC News obtained Monday. The proposal also suggests that none of the evidence collected as part of the House’s impeachment inquiry will be admitted automatically. Instead, according to the text, the Senate will vote later on whether to admit any documents. It’s the blueprint itself that’s extraordinary. Breaking with the model embraced by senators during Bill Clinton’s 1999 impeachment trial, McConnell envisions an expedited model in which the proceedings are crammed into a couple of days, which raises the prospect of senators hearing arguments late in the evening – given Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts’ day job, proceedings aren’t expected to begin until the afternoons when most Americans and the evangelicals won’t hear them.