NEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: An Ohio State Buckeye helmet is seen on the sidelines prior to the start of the game during the All State Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Today was the final home game of the season for Ohio State, meaning it was the last game ever at Ohio Stadium for the Buckeyes’ seniors and NFL Draft entrants.Ohio State star defensive lineman Dre’Mont Jones appears to be in that group.Jones, a redshirt junior, has one season of eligibility remaining, but he appears to be set on leaving early for the NFL Draft.The Buckeyes’ star referred to today’s game as his last one at Ohio Stadium.Ohio State’s Dre’Mont Jones wasn’t one of the 12 seniors honored today, but he did refer to the 62-39 win over Michigan as “my last game in The Shoe.” pic.twitter.com/ET8fijyd3i— 105.7 The Zone (@1057TheZone) November 24, 2018Eleven Warriors’ Dan Hope had more on what Jones said:“It’s so much emotions behind this win, because given what people were saying about us, it’s hard to really explain in words how I feel. It’s my last game in the Shoe, and I got 4 Gold Pants now,” Jones told reporters.Dre’Mont Jones, an NFL-eligible redshirt junior, on what today’s game means to him: “It’s so much emotions behind this win, because given what people were saying about us, it’s hard to really explain in words how I feel. It’s my last game in the Shoe, and I got 4 Gold Pants now.”— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) November 25, 2018Ohio State has at least two games remaining on the season. The Buckeyes will take on Northwestern in the Big Ten Championship Game next Saturday. Ohio State will then either head to the College Football Playoff or to a bowl game.Stay tuned.
Watch: Harbhajan Singh works his magic off the field for CSK in a shootWatch the squad of Chennai Super Kings ace a martial arts form in the video posted on their official Twitter handle.advertisement Karishma Jain New DelhiApril 20, 2019UPDATED: April 20, 2019 18:50 IST Harbhajan, on Saturday, posted a video on his Instagram handle, in which he can be seen performing a form of martial arts. ( Courtesy by BCCI)Harbhajan Singh has been a part of the Indian Premier League since its inception. A veteran at the Mumbai Indians bowling unit, he led Mumbai Indians to their first Twenty20 title in 2011 when they beat the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the final of the Champions League T20.He was an integral part of Mumbai Indians’ squad with three IPL titles, until this year.The turbanator, over the last two IPL seasons, donned CSK colours and has embraced the Chennai culture on social media since then.Harbhajan, on Saturday, posted a video on his Instagram handle, in which he can be seen performing a form of martial arts.He wore a veshti and performed quite effortlessly. Take a look:View this post on InstagramGatka @chennaiipl @iplt20 #cskshootA post shared by Harbhajan Turbanator Singh (@harbhajan3) on Apr 20, 2019 at 2:39am PDTShikhar Dhawan commmented on his video saying, “Wah paaji, mazaa aa gaya vekh ke.” Satinder Sartaaj, a renowned singer and actor commented, “Chaa gaye sarkaar..Nihang Singha’n de dere to’n jauhar sikkhe lagde ne.”Harbhajan’s wife Geeta Basra commented on her husband’s post saying, “Wow didn’t know you could do that.”Wriddhiman Saha, who hit the first-ever hundred in an IPL final against Kolkata Knight Riders (115* off 55) in the 2014 season, also commented on the post, as did singer Jassi Gill.Chennai Super Kings also posted the video on their official Twitter handle. Other players can also be seen performing this dance. Take a look here:Chennai Super Kings… or Ninjas? Catch the Lions nailing the Silambam like Super Local Bosses! #SuperLocalChallenge #WhistlePodu #Yellove pic.twitter.com/77Aom06LbWadvertisement Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) April 20, 2019The whip of the silambam! Bhajju pa’s, ‘Singa Thamizhan, Thanga Thamizhan’ moment! #WhistlePodu #Yellove pic.twitter.com/YSdq9cKF1M Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) April 20, 2019Harbhajan Singh was rested for the last three IPL matches. His last match was against Kolkata Knight Riders on April 9, in which he took two wickets.Chennai Super Kings are on the top of the points table with 7 wins. They will face Royal Challengers Bangalore on Sunday at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru.Also Read | Australia series will help India gain confidence ahead of the World Cup: HarbhajanAlso Read | Don’t know if there is complacency due to the good run: CSK coach Stephen FlemingFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bykarishma Tags :Follow Harbhajan SinghFollow Chennai Super KingsFollow IPL 2019Follow martial arts video
Prime Minister Andrew Holness yesterday (June 19) led tributes to the late former Prime Minister of Jamaica Edward Phillip George Seaga during a joint sitting of the Houses of Parliament. Prime Minister Holness noted that Mr. Seaga was the longest serving member of the Jamaican legislature who loved the people of Jamaica. Story Highlights According to Prime Minister Holness, Mr. Seaga’s contribution to nation building can be seen in every area of Jamaican life including the economy, development, welfare, infrastructure, sports and culture. Prime Minister Andrew Holness yesterday (June 19) led tributes to the late former Prime Minister of Jamaica Edward Phillip George Seaga during a joint sitting of the Houses of Parliament.Prime Minister Holness noted that Mr. Seaga was the longest serving member of the Jamaican legislature who loved the people of Jamaica.According to Prime Minister Holness, Mr. Seaga’s contribution to nation building can be seen in every area of Jamaican life including the economy, development, welfare, infrastructure, sports and culture.The Prime Minister declared that the Most Hon. Edward Seaga had a deeper understanding of the culture of the people. In that regard, Prime Minister Holness asserted that Mr. Seaga defined Jamaican culture.“In many ways he introduced Jamaicans to their own culture, brought it out of the dark and obscure, in to the light of the mainstream to stand side by side with colonial culture. Thereby giving us a definition of who we are as a people and getting us to accept what we create as being valuable. He did this through his accomplishments with institutions dedicated to the promotion and preservation of our culture such as Jamaica Festival,” said Prime Minister Holness.The Prime Minister said Mr. Seaga served with passion in all areas and understood the people.“He understood their rhythm and thinking, but he also understood their dreams and aspirations. No doubt his experience in Buxton Town would have led him to write the “Haves and the Have Nots” treatise when he became a member of the Legislative Council at 29 years of age. It would also have influenced his life passion to properly document and curate Jamaican culture, artifacts, art, and music,” said the Prime Minister.The Prime Minister highlighted Mr. Seaga’s achievement particularly in guiding Jamaica in turbulent times and imprving the Jamaican economy.“During Hurricane Gilbert, no one could question his firm marshalling of the national effort towards recovery. There is no question about his skillful and diligent management of the economy to return growth after the 70’s and after various external commodity price shocks in the mid 80’s. Yet, for these very strong qualities he was misunderstood and quite often misrepresented. He was very much conscious of this and in later life took great care to document his work and contribution. Our tributes today offer a great opportunity to put Mr. Seaga in true context,” added the Prime Minister.In the meantime, Prime Minister Holness also recounted Mr. Seaga as a mentor and a great leader and committed public servant.“Mr. Seaga was a kind man; he was kind to me personally. He took me as a youngster under his wing, he gave me exposure, opportunity and guidance. In later years he would be a wealth of advice and support. When we won the 2016 election, he made it a point of duty to step up on that stage and associate with the victory. He dearly loved his party and he truly believed that the political organization that he led and which I now lead can end poverty in Jamaica and lead this country to prosperity. He would often say that this country has too much going for it, too many resources available to it, to be a poor country and that I also believe dearly myself.”