LSU QB Joe Burrow Has A Message For UCF

first_imgJoe Burrow prepares to throw a pass for LSU against Miami.LSU’s starting quarterback, Joe Burrow, took one of the biggest hits of college football’s bowl season early in the Fiesta Bowl.A UCF defender drilled Burrow following a pick-six in the first quarter of today’s game.Replay of the massive hit went viral on social media.Keep that head on a swivel ? pic.twitter.com/HqWI4xLp0P— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 1, 2019Burrow took to Twitter shortly after the game ended to send a message about the hit.“That’s Ight I’ll take the 4 tds and the dub,” he tweeted.That’s Ight I’ll take the 4 tds and the dub https://t.co/VVDLdQbqNW— Joey Burrow (@Joe_Burrow10) January 1, 2019Burrow threw for 394 yards and 4 touchdowns in the 40-32 win over UCF this afternoon.LSU finished the season at 10-3 with today’s victory.Burrow had an impressive season, leading the Tigers to a 4-1 record against teams ranked in the top 10.LSU surpassed almost everyone’s preseason projections, too. The Tigers will head into the 2019 season with high hopes.last_img read more

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Syria UN concerned over worsening security humanitarian situation in Damascus suburbs

“The UN has not reached any part of eastern Ghouta since October last year,” said Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General, in the daily briefing at UN Headquarters in New York. He said that the UN stands ready to immediately deliver life-saving assistance to those in need of assistance in eastern Ghouta, located in the suburbs of Damascus, should the pause be established and abided by all parties to the conflict. The spokesperson said the UN remains concerned about reports of intensified fighting among non-State armed groups in the enclave over the past few days. With commercial and humanitarian supplies continue to be blocked, prices of basic staple goods have gone up significantly, he said, noting that civilian infrastructure, including medical facilities and schools, continue to be affected by the tight restrictions and reports of shelling, airstrikes, and ground fighting.Mr. Dujarric also announced that UN World Food Programme (WFP) Executive Director David Beasley is visiting Lebanon and Syria through 3 May – his first visit since taking office last month. Mr. Beasley is expected to meet Syrians affected by the ongoing crisis to witness the profound humanitarian crisis first-hand. read more

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