“Head” in the news
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The China Post
· Chaotic protests prompt soul-searching in Portland, Oregon →
Federal law enforcement officers sent in two weeks ago by Trump to stop the unrest have further inflamed tensions, particularly after one protester was critically injured when a federal agent fired a non-lethal round at his head.
The China Post
· Lives Lost: London’s Hackney Marshes will miss head referee →
Affectionately known as Mr. Hackney Marshes, the 46-year-old Wright served as both an on-field referee and a behind-the-scenes catalyst in the Hackney & Leyton Sunday Football League — as vice chairman, schedule secretary, results secretary, press officer, and head official before he died on April 27.
· Evacuation hits Victorian clubs' bottom line →
Victorian clubs are grappling with the financial implications of being forced out of the state for the rest of the season, with millions of dollars in anticipated revenue from playing home games at the MCG and Marvel Stadium no longer heading in their direction.
The New York Times
· Seoul Will Investigate #MeToo Accusations Against Dead Mayor →
“I am so crushed that I can hardly find a word to say to the people,” Lee Hae-chan, the head of the Democratic Party, said on Wednesday about the accusations against the late mayor.
· News outlets seek to unseal files on Saints owner Tom Benson →
News outlets including The Associated Press headed to court Wednesday seeking to unseal court records involving the mental competency of billionaire Tom Benson when he rewrote his will to give his third wife ownership of the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans sports franchises.
· SI All-American football watch list: 8 Mississippi State Bulldogs commits and several MSU targets named →
He possesses a big-time arm, has prepped in a pass-happy offense and seems to be an ideal fit for MSU head coach Mike Leach's Air-Raid offensive scheme.
· SI All-American Football Candidates in South Carolina →
For a breakdown of which of the 1,000 SIAA nominees across the nation have verbally committed to or are considering South Carolina and Clemson as their college choice, head to:
· SI All-American Football Candidates in Oregon →
For a breakdown of which of the 1,000 SIAA nominees across the nation have verbally committed to or are considering Oregon and Oregon State as their college choice, head to:
· SI All-American Football Candidates in Pennsylvania →
For a breakdown of which of the 1,000 SIAA nominees across the nation have verbally committed to or are considering Penn State or Pitt as their college choice, head to:
· SI All-American Football Candidates in Texas →
“The quarterback talent coming out of Texas in this recruiting cycle is head turning,” said SI director of recruiting John Garcia Jr. “California is often thought of as the quarterback state but Texas is Quarterback Central for the 2021 recruiting cycle.