Top Dual-Threat Quarterback Recruit Announces Surprising Commitment

first_imgThree footballs next to a pylon(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)One of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in the country announced his college commitment late on Sunday night. His decision is a surprising one.Terrance Gipson, the No. 10 dual-threat quarterback recruit in the 2019 class per 247Sports, had scholarship offers from Nebraska and Virginia, and programs like Arizona, Oregon and Texas were expressing interest, too.The 6-foot quarterback, though, has decided to commit to SMU.He announced his decision on Twitter.“Its a blessing and all glory to god, thanks to every supporter and doubter, i am happy to say i will be COMMITTING to Sourthern Methodist University  19’ Takeover,” he wrote.You can view the full announcement below:Its a blessing and all glory to god, thanks to every supporter and doubter, i am happy to say i will be COMMITTING to Sourthern Methodist University ❗️ 19’Takeover ?? pic.twitter.com/1SmgYY6JsJ— p.oppaa (@te_gipson1) June 3, 2018Gipson is a Houston native. He’s the second commitment in SMU’s 2019 class.You can view the Mustangs’ full class here.last_img read more

Accused in murder of GDF lieutenant remanded

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedUPDATE: Suspect in fatal stabbing of GDF rank turns self inJanuary 2, 2019In “Crime”4 years jail for teen who killed trio in accidentJuly 9, 2015In “Crime”Corentyne triple murder: Fourth suspect chargedSeptember 22, 2016In “latest news” Accused: Kamal Matthews also called “Son”The accused in the Philippe murder of  Guyana Defense Force (GDF) lieutenant Mark Bagot was on Monday remanded to prison when he appeared at the Whim Magistrate’s Court to answer to the capital offence.Kamal Matthews also called “Son”, 26, of Mibicuri South, Black Bush Polder, was not required to plead to the indictable charge which stated that on December 23, at Philippe, Corentyne he unlawfully killed Mark Bagot.Matthews is being represented by Attorney at law Chandra Sohan.Magistrate Renita Singh has set January 21, for the accused to return to court when the police will present a progress report.Scores of residents from the Black Bush Polder and also from the Village of Philippe were present during the proceeding on Monday.Murdered: Mark BagotAt the time of the incident Bagot was reportedly sharing a drink with a friend at the Beer Garden when an argument ensued between Bagot and the suspect over the purchasing of “Guinness”.Bagot was subsequently stabbed during a confrontation.He was taken to the Port Mourant Hospital treated and transferred to the New Amsterdam Hospital where he succumbed to his injury.On Wednesday last, Matthews, who was being sought by the police, turned himself in accompanied by Sohan to the Whim Police Station. read more