Video Of Star QB Greeting His Mom After Bowl Win Is Going Viral

first_imgSam Ehlinger of Texas attempts to throw a passDALLAS, TX – OCTOBER 06: Sam Ehlinger #11 of the Texas Longhorns during the 2018 AT&T Red River Showdown at Cotton Bowl on October 6, 2018 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Video of a star college football quarterback greeting his mom after Tuesday night’s major bowl win is going viral.Sam Ehlinger and the Texas Longhorns pulled off a major Sugar Bowl upset, knocking off the Georgia Bulldogs.Ehlinger was arguably the best player on the field in the game, rushing for three touchdowns and totaling more than 230 yards of offense.After the game, he shared an awesome moment with his family.Check it out:ICYMI: After his Sugar Bowl win, @TexasFootball QB Sam Ehlinger shared an emotional moment with his mom in the stands. pic.twitter.com/IqcSlbMS4d— ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) January 2, 2019That’s pretty awesome.Texas finished the 2018 season with a bang and will head into the 2019 season with a lot of hype.The Longhorns should enter the season ranked inside the top 10 with College Football Playoff hopes.last_img read more

Ban Joint Special Representative meet on ending suffering in Syria

Both expressed deep disappointment at the appalling levels of killing and destruction carried out by both the Government and the opposition, fuelled by outside powers providing weaponry to both sides, according to information from Mr. Ban’s spokesperson. They also expressed their concern over the lack of a unified international posture that could lead to a political transition as agreed at Geneva last June and put an end to the desperate suffering of the Syrian people.More than 60,000 people, mostly civilians, have been killed in Syria and hundreds of thousands more have been displaced since the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad began in early 2011. Recent months have witnessed an escalation in the conflict, which is now in its 23rd month and has left more than 2.5 million people in need of humanitarian assistance.Today’s discussions, at which senior UN officials were present, covered the diplomatic track, the security and human rights situation, and the forthcoming humanitarian pledging conference in Kuwait. Also discussed were the positions of many of the key players inside Syria, the region, and the international community, the spokesperson said. Meanwhile in Syria today, according to the spokesperson, a team from seven United Nations humanitarian agencies, led by John Ging, Operations Director of the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), expressed shock over what they saw in the cities of Homs and Talbiseh, the latter of which has been battered by more than twenty months of violence. The visit of the delegation, which is in Syria to assess humanitarian needs and identify ways to increase aid access, was coordinated with both the Government and the opposition. The delegation met with people in dire need of food, healthcare and access to clean water, including children who urgently need psychosocial support and access to school. Mr. Ging said he was “encouraged that the delegation was able to cross the conflict lines, which demonstrates that, where there is political will, there is a way to ensure that international humanitarian law and humanitarian principles are upheld, even during such intense conflict.” However, he also emphasized that “the humanitarian needs are enormous” and that we must find ways to immediately increase the scale of operations, the spokesman said. read more