Roundup: Biden Announces Sanctions Against Russia; Russian Police Arrest Anti-War Protestors; Invasion Continues

Moscow Protests Against Russia's Attack On Ukraine
Moscow Protests Against Russia's Attack On Ukraine / Konstantin Zavrazhin/GettyImages

Anti-war protests take place across Russia, rest of the world as invasion of Ukraine continues ... In Russia, police are arresting those protestors ... Ukrainian Health Minister estimates at least 57 Ukrainians have been killed and nearly triple that have been injured so far ... Biden announces economic sanctions against Russia ... Russian forces attack Chernobyl ... Alexander Zverev fined, loses prize money after Mexican Open incident ... Jazmin Jones to produce documentary on Mavis Beacon ... Thieves take $200,000 worth of antique props from set of 'The Crown' ... Grambling State officially hires Art Briles ... USWMNT wears wristbands speaking out against new Texas law about transgender kids ... Three officers found guilty on federal chargers in George Floyd murder ...

Ohio State's 'No Hoodies' PowerPoint Is Mostly Football Coachspeak Hogwash [Defector]

You Really Should Know Connie Kunzmann [Sports Illustrated]

College football's 60 best games of the 2000s [ESPN+]

Troy Aikman's surprise move to ESPN has kicked off what could be a wild broadcasting carousel [Awful Announcing]

SWIFT banking system could be used as sanction against Russia. What is it? [NBC News]

Colin Cowherd Likens Relationship Between Aaron Rodgers, Packers to Mike Pence Dating Kathy Griffin [The Big Lead]

Very frightening. A lot of brave reporters on the ground in Ukraine.

To cheer us up:

Looks good.

A hopeful song to start the day today.