Steve Spurrier’s Sideline Comment During 1st AAF Game Is Going Viral

first_imgSteve Spurrier watches on during game.COLUMBIA, SC – NOVEMBER 23: Head coach Steve Spurrier of the South Carolina Gamecocks watches on during their game against the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers at Williams-Brice Stadium on November 23, 2013 in Columbia, South Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Legendary college football head coach Steve Spurrier made his return to the sideline on Saturday night, coaching in the Alliance of American Football league.Spurrier, 73, was coaching for the first time since walking away from college football in 2015. He’s leading the Orlando Apollos’ AAF team.The Apollos, who boast 29 players from Florida colleges, dominated the game, beating the Atlanta Legends, 40-6.“I think the fans had a good time,” Spurrier said after the game. “They saw enough good plays, especially after the first quarter.” There was one play in particular that stood out.Spurrier ran the “Philly Special,” a double reverse leading to pass back to his quarterback, Garrett Gilbert, for a touchdown.Someone find the cure for aging and give it to Steve Spurrier so he can live forever pic.twitter.com/0jN0bqLfLg— Trevor Sikkema (@TampaBayTre) February 10, 2019CBS Sports’ cameras captured what Spurrier had said on the sideline earlier in that drive, too.“Tell him to catch it this time,” Spurrier said.steve spurrier is the greatest human being alive and it’s not even closepic.twitter.com/HfpOV7CsPh— Reva Labbe (@sorevawaslike) February 10, 2019Spurrier, who coached in front of a crowd of about 20,000 fans, isn’t getting too excited after just one game, though.“I think Atlanta’s a pretty good team. Time will tell if they are,” Spurrier said after the contest. “Time will tell if we’re any good. It’s just one game.”last_img read more

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12yearold girl assaulted for her iPhone as warning issued over children carrying

first_img“Parents need more education; whilst phones are great for safety, they are also highly desirable items,” she said.Ms Bowyer added that “children are withdrawn from society” when using their phones or listening to music and therefore don’t recognise the potential dangers. Derbyshire Constabulary are still seeking information on the incident.Roger Critchell, director of operations at the charity Crimestoppers, said: “Having a mobile stolen can be a really shocking and distressing for the victim. “Thieves look for people they can target easily, so when you are out and about only use your mobile when absolutely necessary.” The man is seen hurling the girl to the ground before snatching her rose gold iPhone 6s The man is seen hurling the girl to the ground before snatching her rose gold iPhone 6s Crime prevention officer at Derbyshire Constabulary, Kate Bowyer, said that whilst there was no blame on victims it was important that parents explain to children the responsibility and consequences of having expensive items such as phones and portable music players.  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. A 12-year-old girl was brutally set upon as a man tried to steal her mobile phone in an attack captured on CCTV.Derbyshire Police have arrested a 22-year-old man from Derby in connection with the incident which happened on Cambridge Street on Sunday afternoon.The girl attempted to fight off the assailant for 25 seconds before he eventually made off with her rose gold iPhone 6s.Whilst the girl was left with no physical injuries the attack has prompted concerns over children carrying expensive goods. Director of criminology at the University of Kent, Dr Erin Sanders-McDonagh, said carrying such items leads to youngsters being “targets”, despite parents inventions of keeping their children safe.  She said: “Parents do have to take into account that their children can become targets when they are given phones. Having valuable items increases the chance of being a victim of crime, and children are easier targets for criminals. “Of course many parents feel that phones keep their children safe, and this is true, but does your child need say an iPhone 10 to check in with you.“Buying the most expensive and the best isn’t always needed, but perhaps is wanted. It is therefore important to balance what keeps your child safe and what can make them a target.” The girl fought back for 25 seconds The girl fought back for 25 secondslast_img read more

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