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Alabama Fan’s Reaction To Tua Tagovailoa’s Pick-Six Is Awesome

first_imgAlabama Crimson Tide fans react in the second half of the AllState Sugar Bowl against the Clemson Tigers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.NEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: Alabama Crimson Tide fans react in the second half of the AllState Sugar Bowl against the Clemson Tigers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)We’re only minutes into the national championship game between Alabama and Clemson, but one fan is already going viral on Twitter for his epic reaction.The Crimson Tide had an excellent start on defense to this game, forcing a very quick three and out. However, the offense quickly relinquished their momentum to the Tigers.After making back-to-back precise throws for Alabama, Tua Tagovailoa threw an awful pick-six to A.J. Terrell.It was an uncharacteristic mistake for the star quarterback, especially considering that he rarely turned over the ball throughout the entire regular season.While Clemson supporters were celebrating at Levi’s Stadium, one Alabama fan was stunned by the interception.Here is the photo that is buzzing on social media:Earliest surrender cobra of all-time? pic.twitter.com/BloNDipbdN— Yahoo Sports College Football (@YahooSportsCFB) January 8, 2019Fortunately for the Crimson Tide, Tagovailoa redeemed himself with a jaw-dropping touchdown pass to Jerry Jeudy.Clemson currently leads 14-7 over Alabama because of a touchdown from Travis Etienne.The game is on ESPN.last_img read more

AAP MLA Manoj Kumar convicted for obstructing polling process

first_imgNEW DELHI: A Delhi court has convicted AAP MLA Manoj Kumar for obstructing election process at a polling station in Kalyan Puri area of East Delhi during 2013 assembly polls. Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Samar Vishal held Kumar guilty of obstructing a public servant in discharge of public functions, and disorderly conduct in or near polling stations. “The evidence led by the prosecution is reliable and trustworthy and that the prosecution has been able to prove its case beyond reasonable doubt as far as the commission of offence under section 186, IPC and section 131 of the RP Act. “As a result of the aforesaid discussion, the accused Manoj Kumar is convicted,” the court said in its June 4 judgement. The court will hear arguments on June 25 on the quantum of sentence, which may be a maximum jail-term of three months, or fine, or both.last_img read more

Who is Tommy Robinson the former EDL leader once branded a bigoted

first_imgTommy Robinson, 34, is the former leader of far-right group the English Defence League. Born in Luton, he trained to become an aircraft engineer but was convicted of assaulting an off-duty police officer and was unable to return to his job in Luton Airport as a result. His real name is Stephen Christopher Yaxley, but he has also gone by other names including Andrew McMaster and Paul Harris. Previously a member of the BNP, he co-founded the EDL alongside Kevin Carroll in 2009 and led it until October 2013, when both left after speaking to members of counter-extremism think-tank Quilliam.The EDL’s stated aim was to “oppose the rise of radical Islam” and it predominantly operated through holding street demonstrations. On leaving Robinson said he was concerned about the “dangers of far-right extremism”. However, in 2016 he established Pegida UK, named after the German nationalist, far-right political party Pegida. Now an adviser to the group, he also works for The Rebel Media, a right-wing Canadian website.  Piers Morgan tears into Tommy Robinson on Good Morning Britain Piers Morgan argues with Tommy Robinson on Good Morning Britain Earlier this year he was convicted of contempt of court after using a camera inside Canterbury Crown Court, receiving a suspended sentence. Robinson is married with three children. In May Quilliam said he had come to its offices to “abuse and bully” staff and added that he “seems to have regressed”.In 2014 he was jailed for mortgage fraud and served almost six months in prison. Show more Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more