first_imgTom Herman doing the "Hook 'Em Horns" while singing Texas' school song.AUSTIN, TX – SEPTEMBER 02: Head coach Tom Herman of the Texas Longhorns sings The Eyes of Texas following a loss to the Maryland Terrapins at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on September 2, 2017 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images)Oklahoma football suffered a pretty serious recruiting loss on Tuesday. Jacoby Jones, the No. 1 JuCo defensive end in the country, decommitted from the Sooners.Jones had committed to Lincoln Riley’s club back on Sept. 16, a few weeks after his official visit. The Missouri native currently stars at Butler Community College in Kansas.He made the big announcement via Twitter:pic.twitter.com/K2QpEeLZxm— Coby (@CobyOnTop) November 13, 2018Jacoby Jones’ Oklahoma decommitment is good news for Texas football on a few fronts.First, Tom Herman’s staff is after Jones as a recruit. He is set to visit Austin this weekend.He previously visited NC State over the summer, and also holds offers from Colorado, Oklahoma State, Oregon, TCU, Texas Tech, UCF, Washington State, and others.Given the timing though, it definitely seems like Texas is the main factor right now.The decommitment also bumps Texas right past Oklahoma in the 247Sports composite recruiting rankings. After his decision, Texas is No. 7 in the country, and No. 1 in the Big 12, exactly one spot ahead of the Sooners on both lists.Due to a recent decommit for the 2019 class for the Oklahoma Sooners, the Texas Longhorns are now the No. 1 ranked team in the Big 12 for the 2019 recruiting cycle! #HookEm— Hook’em Headlines (@HookemHeadlines) November 14, 2018Jones is the No. 25 JuCo recruit in the country, and tops at his position. The crystal ball now has 50-percent of voters choosing him to end up at Texas, and that should continue to get even more lopsided.last_img read more


Rabat – Air Arabia Maroc has announced it will launch a new round-trip domestic service connecting Tangier and Marrakech on October 28.Low-cost airline Air Arabia Maroc made the announcement Tuesday in a statement.The Airbus A320, with a capacity of 174 seats, will be used in the flight. The flight will be operational three days a week: Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. The plane will depart from Tangier at 7 a.m. and arrive in Marrakech at 8:10 a.m.. The return flight from Marrakech to Tangier will fly at 8:40 p.m. and arrive at 9:50 p.m.The flight will be part of the route between Dakhla and Tangier, and the Marrakech stop will be a technical stop of 40 minutes between the two. Air Arabia Maroc “continues its ongoing commitment for the development of domestic tourism in the kingdom,” the statement said.With the new service, Air Arabia Maroc’s network now has six domestic flights. In June, Air Arabia Maroc added a new round-trip domestic service connecting Casablanca and Nador. The airline opened its first domestic service connecting Fez and Marrakech in June 2017.Air Arabia Maroc, headquartered in Casablanca, is a member of the Air Arabia group. It was launched in April 2009.  The airline is considered to be Morocco’s leading low-cost carrier (LCC). read more