Published on December 2, 2010 at 12:00 pm Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Beat writers Brett LoGiurato and Andrew John analyze Syracuse’s chances against the ACC’s N.C. State on Dec. 4.
Also Read | James Harden Waxes Lyrical About Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Says ‘NBA Is Missing Them’Eastern Michigan: Mike Glass expressed remorse for his actionsMike Glass was ejected for his actions with just 10 seconds left on the clock. It was the second swift punch thrown by Glass at another Pitt Panthers’ player that accidentally knocked down a referee who was trying to separate the two players. However, soon after the game, the senior quarterback held accountability for his actions as he took to his Twitter handle and expressed remorse for what went down. LIVE TV Things got tense during Thursday night’s Quick Lane Bowl between the Eastern Michigan Eagles and the Pitt Panthers when senior Michigan quarterback Mike Glass lost his cool and started swinging on Panthers’ players and grazed one of the referees in the process. The incident happened during the closing seconds of the game which saw Pitt Panthers score a 34-30 victory over the Eagles in Detroit. Here is a footage of the Mike Glass fight:Also Read | NBA: WATCH Shaquille O’Neal, Charles Barkley’s Failed Attempt At Singing Christmas CarolsMike Glass ejected for hitting a referee Written By WATCH US LIVE Also Read | Pitt Panthers Rally To Beat Eastern Michigan In Quick Lane BowlKevin McGill was the first to be ejected unsportsmanlike conductEastern Michigan Eagles senior defensive cornerback Kevin McGill was also ejected earlier in the game for unsportsmanlike conduct which involved allegedly spitting on a Pitt Panthers’ player. Eastern Michigan coach Chris Creighton opened up on the matter stating that there is absolutely no excuse for that kind of behaviour in the sport, calling it an embarrassment for his team. He added that they apologised to the team and that he is certainly embarrassed about what had happened. Creighton also apologized to all the viewers.Also Read | Anthony Davis Remains Non-committal On Lakers Future, Likely To Enter NBA Free Agency First Published: 27th December, 2019 19:54 IST Last Updated: 27th December, 2019 19:54 IST Watch Eastern Michigan QB Mike Glass Get Ejected For Punching 2 Players And A Referee Eastern Michigan quarterback Mike Glass has been ejected for punching two players of the Pittsburgh Panthers and accidentally hitting a ref. Watch the video. SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT Danish Ansari FOLLOW US
An Indian-origin man who admitted to causing the death of three teenagers due to his dangerous driving under the influence of alcohol was sentenced to jail for 13 years by a UK court on March 28.Jaynesh Chudasama, 28, of Hayes, was initially sentenced to 20 years and six months in jail, however, the sentence was reduced to 13 years for entering an early guilty plea. Chudasama has also been disqualified from driving for 13 years and six months.Chudasama pleaded guilty on Feb. 26 to three counts of causing death by dangerous driving. The incident took place when three teenagers — 17-year-old Harry Louis Rice, 16-year-old George Toby Wilkinson and 16-year-old Josh McGuiness — were walking along the pavement with friends in Shepiston Lane, Hayes, on Jan. 26. They were on their way to a birthday party when an Audi A5 with two occupants mounted the pavement at an estimated speed of 71 mph and collided with the group of boys. The teenagers were killed at the scene, according to the Metropolitan Police.The occupants of the car fled, abandoning the vehicle after the collision. Chudasama, the driver of the car, was nabbed by the public and arrested at the scene. He was charged on Jan. 28.“The thoughts of the Metropolitan Police are with the families and friends of Wilkinson, McGuiness and Rice at this unimaginably difficult time. Jaynesh Chudasama took the decision that evening to drive at excess speed while under the influence of alcohol–a decision that resulted in the death of three young men,” detective superintendent Andy Cox of the Roads and Transport Policing Command said.“It is obvious that nothing any court can do can measure the loss of Josh, Harry and George for the obvious reason that their loss is immeasurable,” Judge Wendy Joseph QC said.The friends and families of the teenagers who were present at the courtroom during the sentencing said that Chudasama was a “coward” as he left the boys to die while trying to run away from the scene. “You are going to rot in hell,” McGuiness’ mother told Chudasama, the Guardian reported.During the sentencing, protesters gathered outside the court and demanded for a harder sentence for those driving dangerously. “I’m protesting because my brother was ruthlessly taken away with his two friends by a callous driver who got in a car knowing he was going to drive the vehicle under the influence. He should not see the light of day, end of story,” the report quoted Rice’s brother, Matthew, who was one of the protesters, as saying. Related ItemsBritish IndianHayesUK