Yahoo Sports' Pete Thamel breaks down the impact of the NCAA's ruling on the Buckeyes defensive end and what it means for Ohio State's Big Ten and national title chances.
Kim: The reason Graham wants it to "die quickly" in the senate is because they can't afford to have witnesses actually come in and give testimony because they have no case. They seem to think if they can prove there is something to investigate about Hunter Biden that it absolves Trump of everything he has done. But, Trump only wanted the announcement, not actually the investigation. It was going to be a campaign rally cry to use about Biden being under investigation and nothing else. Plus if they hang on too long, the court could rule on the cases for testimony for Bolton, Mulvaney and Pompeo as well as documents that have been requested. If the Supreme Court pushes it back without review, then the lower court ruling stands and those people have to testify and documents have to be produced. If that happens before the impeachment trial ends, then it could blow it all up, kind of like when the Nixon tapes were released. And as far as Graham actually admitting he isn't even pretending to be a fair and impartial juror, should be grounds for him to be excluded from voting. Saying he is working with the white house as McConnell has is very different from stating in a direct statement that you don't plan to be a fair juror considering the additional oath they have to take before the trial begins. If he takes that oath, if he continues to talk about not being impartial, I would think that is the same as perjury, right?