Ohio State Football Star Hints At NFL Draft Decision

first_imgA closeup of an Ohio State football helmet on the field.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.last_img read more

19Round Gun Salute for Edward Seaga

The first gun salute will be fired when the funeral procession leaves the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity for National Heroes’ Park, where interment will take place. The funeral service is scheduled to start at noon at the cathedral. Story Highlights The salute is in keeping with the high national office that Mr. Seaga held. He was Jamaica’s fifth Prime Minister, serving from 1980 to 1989. The Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) will fire a 19-round gun salute on Sunday, June 23, the day of the State funeral for the late former Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Edward Seaga. The Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) will fire a 19-round gun salute on Sunday, June 23, the day of the State funeral for the late former Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Edward Seaga.The salute is in keeping with the high national office that Mr. Seaga held. He was Jamaica’s fifth Prime Minister, serving from 1980 to 1989.The first gun salute will be fired when the funeral procession leaves the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity for National Heroes’ Park, where interment will take place. The funeral service is scheduled to start at noon at the cathedral.Thereafter, 18 other rounds will be fired at equal intervals, with the last one occurring at the time the gun carriage with the coffin arrives at the Cenotaph at National Heroes’ Park. The bearer party will then take the coffin from the gun carriage and march to the graveside.During the gun salute for Mr. Seaga, all persons should behave appropriately and respectfully in both sound and movement.Gun salutes are customarily observed at State or Official funerals and for certain State visits. read more

PHOTO Suction Machine Handover at Bustamante Childrens Hospital

Six new suction machines were donated to the Bustamante Hospital for Children on Wednesday (September 4) by the charity organisation, Caribbean Heart Menders Association. After the handover, President, Caribbean Heart Menders Association, Carlene Nugent (left), demonstrates how one of the new suction machines will be used to clear a child’s airway to (from second left) Regional Director, South East Regional Health Authority, Maureen Golding; Chief Executive Officer, Bustamante Hospital for Children, Camile Wallen-Panton; Director of Nursing Services, Bustamante Hospital for Children, Beverley Senior Berry; and Parish Manager, Kingston and St. Andrew Health Services, Anthony Wood.