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2021 brought a lot of really great breakup albums, from Rodrigo to Adele, and if you still need some more cathartic emotional releases to sob and shout to, Snail Mail’s “Valentine” is a great one. Lindsey Jordan, who performs under the name Snail Mail, parses through post-relationship wreckage, as well as going through rehab. The album’s sharply sensitive lyrics, Jordan’s whispery falsettos and fuzzy guitars combine for an excellent sophomore showing from the young indie rock powerhouse. The synth-heavy “Ben Franklin,” carried along with a heavy bass line, is both snarky and self-deprecating as an ex-lover aware of her jealousy and trying to process the anger of broken promises. “Valentine” feels like prying through a diary filled with visceral heat-of-the-moment confessions.

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If you notice your energy levels fluctuating, it might be a sign that your routine isn’t working. Good routines are supposed to make your life easier, not more stressful. People change, especially in college. A routine that worked well during your freshman year might need some tweaking by the time sophomore year rolls around.

Fifth-ranked Northern Iowa travels to Youngstown State Saturday for a 11 a.m. kickoff at Stambaugh Stadium where the Panthers have not won at since 2010. 

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The Browns must upgrade their offensive line if Baker Mayfield has any hope in improving on a porous sophomore campaign in the pros. Wirfs is the best pass protector in this class. Top needs: OT, S, LB

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