Today is Monday, Feb. 4, 2019. Here’s what you need to know:

Good morning, 

Oops, the New England Patriots did it again. 

The lowest scoring Super Bowl ever went in favor of the Patriots over the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3, allowing the Patriots to earn its sixth Super Bowl win and be tied for the most ever with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had already played and won more Super Bowls than any other player before attaining his sixth Super Bowl victory. Brady, 41, is now the oldest quarterback to win a Super Bowl and coach Bill Belichick, 66, is the oldest coach to do the same.  

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News from The Post:

Rapper Young Dolph electrified Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium as headliner of the annual Sibs Weekend concert on Saturday. (The Post)

Student Legal Services is renewing a contract to help international students. (The Post)

iHop opened on East State Street in December. Here’s how business has gone so far (The Post)

Scores and Game Times:

Here’s how Ohio women’s basketball, with just two losses on the season, compares to other teams in the Mid-American Conference (The Post)

Ohio’s men basketball, now 11-10 on the season, doesn’t stack up well compared to other teams in the MAC. (The Post)

Here’s how Ohio wrestling performed against Central Michigan this weekend (The Post)

Podcasts from The Post:

Hosts Alex Boddie and Max Semenczuk discuss music they’ve listened to recently and 2019 releases they’re looking forward to on this week’s episode of Beats on the Bricks. (The Post)

Athens Weather

Today will be partly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of light rain showers in the evening. The high will be 60 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)

You might also want to know…

President Donald Trump won’t reveal whether he’ll make special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russia’s influence in the presidential campaign public. (The New York Times)

A Chicago woman rented hotel rooms for over 70 homeless people during the polar vortex. (Today)

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes became the first Chiefs player to win the NFL Most Valuable Player award. (CBS Sports)

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