first_imgIf you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers! • Was this the first game OSU got out-adjusted at halftime? Or did it get out-adjusted at halftime?• Still not sure I understand the safety.• I absolutely loved the goal line going for it call from Gundy. Even if it doesn’t work, you can’t grab three against Dana on the road. Not with how their offense had opened it up in the second half. Plus, you want the pressure of having to score on Ogbah and Co.• Carson was killing me with the make OSU air raid again tweets.There’s the Donald Trump package. Make #okstate Air Raid again. #conservative— Carson Cunningham (@KOCOCarson) October 11, 2015• The OSU drive chart … are you ready for this?PuntPickPuntPuntTDSafetyFGPuntPickTDPickFumblePuntPuntFGPuntTDNot ideal!• Man, I love this.@pistolsguy If Rudolph is #truth can Walsh be #consequences ?— Maarek Elets (@Maarek) October 11, 2015• This is what Rudolph does best (he did not do much of this on Saturday).• Bad news: West Virginia’s pass defense, while lauded for its ability to create turnovers, came in to this game 83rd in the country in yards per attempt allowed at 7.3. Makes Rudolph’s performance seem worse.• Sometimes it feels like OSU is trying to run Wisconsin’s offense with Baylor’s 2002 offensive line. Doesn’t go great.• He really did.Tre Flowers had a huge game. It’s crazy how much he’s improved. #okstate— Adam Lunt (@AdamLunt817) October 11, 2015• It’s mildly infuriating to me that it seems like OSU can get yards and points when it absolutely has to. I don’t know if that should be encouraging or I should want to throw a video game controller through a window but my gut reaction is the latter.• Do what?Yep. pic.twitter.com/KKHUhTb3fV— Pistols Firing (@pistolsguys) October 11, 2015• Glenn Spencer had a grad assistant run a piece of paper up to Mike Yurcich in the press box during the second half. All it said was, “do literally anything.”• I thought this was tremendous.Gundy coaches kids that don’t give up. That’s always been true and why he is a valuable coach.— Evan Epstein (@EvanEpstein60) October 11, 2015 This has to terrify any QB when facing #OkState this year. @Eman_OSU38 is a beast. pic.twitter.com/xJN9MDBMwk— Jason Elmquist (@jelmquistSW) October 11, 2015• WVU ran some curious plays as well. Why were they throwing it on third and two when Wendell Smallwood was doing pretty much whatever he wanted to do?• Uni All-Star game is what that matchup was. A uni All-Star game.• Tough to decide, but I think this was my favorite Dana GIF of the night.Literally every single person watching this game right now. pic.twitter.com/TKc19b0SI8— Pistols Firing (@pistolsguys) October 11, 2015• I wrote this in the first half (and retracted it in the second): Howard throws it with the velocity of Weeden and the accuracy of Cate. He improved.• How good was this play? Oh, and maybe this is why we don’t go to Ateman on every play?• Speaking of things being good, how good was Ashton Lampkin against West Virginia’s receivers. It’s incredible to me that OSU held WVU to 24 points on 19 possessions. Nineteen!• Rudolph is going to throw picks. That’s sort of part of the deal. I’m not sure what to do about it. The one above was (obviously) amazing. The one to Washington in the second half was a great play (but a bad throw). And then the one in the first half to Washington was basically just a punt.• Announcer: “Can OSU survive with no running game to speak of?” Rinse, repeat.• This is a crazy, crazy stat.This seems good. pic.twitter.com/p2z7otQ6wm— Pistols Firing (@pistolsguys) October 10, 2015center_img I posted my 10 thoughts here, but thought I should empty my notebook from Saturday night. Here’s a look at all the notes I took on that wild win in Morgantown.• Did ESPN’s production crew have money on the over of 545.5 shots of Dana? Oh, don’t get me wrong, I loved it, but I saw Gundy fewer times tonight than I saw Dana say “you’ve got to be sh****** me.”• This seems true (even if it’s not).Jorddan Sterns is unjukable. You won’t juke him. He will tackle you.— Yves Batoba (@YBatoba) October 11, 2015• Have I mentioned how much I hate us getting the ball first. Not our strength.• I write within the first three minutes, “this is such a tough game for us. No matter how they play.” Remains true. Other than Kansas (and with us, including Kansas) Big 12 road games are insanely difficult to win.• If Skyler Howard is 6’0 then I am a three handicap.• This flip to Jhajuan Seales. Les Miles and Kyle Porter approved. Heart.• Jalen McCleskey will stop scaring me on punts oh about whenever he graduates.• Mason Rudolph played badly (we already went over that) but it’s not like we didn’t have a lot of drops. James Washington and Jhajuan Seales both had some in the first half, and I bet David Glidden would like to have this one back.Screen Shot 2015-10-11 at 2.55.15 AM• I am a simpleton, I realize, but what exactly is the problem with a jump ball to Marcell Ateman on every snap?• Does Paul Lewis get absolutely destroyed on every single play or is it just me?• Yes!Rudolph has get away from a couple security guards speed.— Josiah Meints (@jophime) October 11, 2015• How big are Ogbah’s arm bands? Do you think you could fit them around your waist or nah?• I like the revenge for 2013 aspect to this game. Heck, it’s revenge for 2014 too. Now I believe Bob Stoops is the only Big 12 coach Mike Gundy has a losing record against.• That was the longest game of all time, yes?• This photo though.last_img read more


first_imgKapil Sharma, Salman Khan, Katrina KaifTwitterAli Abbas Zafar’s directorial Bharat is near to its release and the film’s lead actors – Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif – have finally shot for The Kapil Sharma Show to promote their upcoming film. But where is Salman’s on-screen companion Sunil Grover?Speculations had been doing the rounds of the industry that Sunil Grover may join his friend-turned-foe Kapil Sharma on his show to promote his film. Sunil had confirmed that Salman had suggested him to come back on the show considering their laugh riot chemistry but the comedian had said that the superstar didn’t force him to be on the show.As expected, Salman and Katrina graced The Kapil Sharma Show with their presence but Sunil Grover, once again, failed to show up for reasons that almost everyone can predict. Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif on The Kapil Sharma ShowTwitterDuring his recent interaction with the media, Sunil had said that he doesn’t even watch The Kapil Sharma Show adding that he does not watch shows which he does not feature in.The ugly war between friends-turned-foes – Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover – is no secret to anyone. The two comedians fell apart after their infamous mid-air brawl in 2017 and they decided to go separate ways.And it looks like Sunil is still holding a grudge against Kapil even when the latter had said in his earlier interviews that the show’s doors are always open for Sunil whenever he wishes to come back.Now it remains to be seen if Kapil would promote Sunil or not despite his absence on the show.last_img read more


first_imgDementiaUS Supreme Court justices, delving into the issue of aging prisoners with dementia, struggled on Tuesday over whether a convicted Alabama murderer should be spared the death penalty because strokes have erased his memory of committing the crime.Vernon Madison, 68, was convicted and sentenced to death for fatally shooting a Mobile police officer in 1985.During an hour of arguments, the justices heard from both Alabama and Madison’s attorney that severe cognitive decline could preclude a state from executing inmates who cannot understand what was happening to them. But it remained unclear whether the justices will decide Madison fits that criteria.The justices, on the second day of their new term, must determine whether executing Madison would violate the US Constitution’s Eighth Amendment prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment. A ruling is due by June.Liberal Justice Stephen Breyer, a death penalty critic, said there are many aging inmates who, like Madison, have spent decades on death row.”So this will become a more common problem,” Breyer said.The Supreme Court has previously imposed limits on capital punishment for mentally incompetent or intellectually disabled people.Madison suffered several strokes in recent years, resulting in brain damage, dementia and memory impairment, according to court papers. He is legally blind, cannot walk unassisted and speaks with a slur.The dispute centers on whether Madison can understand the connection between his crime and the planned punishment. Alabama has said Madison can understand the link. A federal appeals court ruled last year that he cannot.The justices ruled last year that Alabama could execute Madison, but on 25 January they then halted his execution and a month later agreed to hear his case.Madison shot Julius Schulte, a police officer in Mobile, twice in the back of the head as Schulte supervised Madison’s move out of his former girlfriend’s house, according to court papers.Attorneys for Alabama and Madison told the justices memory loss alone cannot exempt someone from execution.Chief Justice John Roberts, a conservative, asked Madison’s attorney Bryan Stevenson whether he conceded that “simply blacking out, you don’t remember the crime” was not enough.”It doesn’t make them incompetent,” Stevenson agreed, but asked the justices to bar execution when “someone has a disability that renders them incapable of orienting to time or place.”Liberal justices including Sonia Sotomayor appeared to agree Madison should be spared, but conservative Justice Samuel Alito noted that experts evaluating the case said Madison understands the meaning of the death sentence and certain other details.”Nothing about Mr. Madison’s conditions impact the state’s interest in seeking retribution for a heinous crime,” Alabama Deputy Attorney General Thomas Govan said.The court, one justice short amid the fight over president Donald Trump’s nominee Brett Kavanaugh, is currently split 4-4 between conservatives and liberals.Madison, who is black, was sentenced to death in 1994 in his third trial. His first two convictions were thrown out on appeal for racial discrimination in jury selection and other prosecutorial misconduct.last_img read more