Tonight Is A Huge Night For Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray

first_imgkyler murray plays at ohio stateOklahoma’s football team is still three months away from playing a regular season game, but the fate of the Sooners’ 2018 campaign might be riding on what happens on this June evening. That might seem hyperbolic, but it really isn’t.The 2018 MLB Draft begins tonight. Oklahoma’s quarterback, Kyler Murray, is a potential first-round pick.Murray’s coach, Lincoln Riley, has said that his quarterback will be with the team this summer. He will not be playing baseball, he says.The quarterback is going to have a decision to make, though. And, depending on what happens tonight, it could be an extremely difficult one.If an MLB team falls in love with Murray and takes him somewhere in the first round, offering him a seven-figure signing bonus, is he really going to opt to return to college football?We’re going to see.QB or not QB: OU’s Murray a top MLB Draft talent. #Sooners”He’s still in the process of maturing as an athlete. He’s dynamic, he’s physical. He reminds me of Andrew McCutchen.”https://t.co/1IDjFIcLwW— Sooner Gridiron (@soonergridiron) June 1, 2018The MLB Draft starts at 7 p.m. E.T. It will be televised on the MLB Network.last_img read more

600000 cannabis plants 6 fields 4 camps destroyed at Ebini River

Ranks of the Guyana Police Force on Wednesday conducted yet another major drug eradication exercise in the Berbice River.Based on information received from the police, during the more that twelve hours operations at Ebini River, six fields with an estimated 600,000 cannabis plants measuring between 4 inches to 5 feet in height were found, photographed and destroyed together with four camps and about two hundred kilograms of dried cannabis.Two unlicenced shotguns and fifty-five (55) live cartridges were also found.According to the police no arrests have been made but investigators say they are in the process of tracing the owner(s) of the land.In February of this year a team of law enforcement officers commanded by a Superintendent conducted a fifteen hours long drug-eradication operation at Ebini, Upper Berbice River. That operation saw an estimated 300,000 cannabis plants ranging between 6 inches to 5 feet in height, 150,000 kilograms of dried cannabis, a number of nurseries with about 100,000 seedlings and 4 camps being destroyed by fire.Investigators were also in the process of tracing the ownership of the approximately 10-acre plot of land.However, this publication was informed that the investigators are currently facing challenges with respect to pinpointing the owners of these lands and are currently in the process of engaging the Lands and Survey Commission to assist in their investigations. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related300,000 ganja plants, 4 farms destroyed in 15-hour operation at Ebini, Berbice- PoliceFebruary 8, 2018In “Crime”25,000 ganja plants destroyedJuly 11, 2019In “Crime”5 acres of cannabis cultivation, including 3 camps destroyed- PoliceDecember 1, 2018In “Crime” read more