(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)One major college football program’s players don’t appear to be happy with their team’s bowl game selection.Georgia Tech, which finished the season at 7-5 (5-3 ACC), received the lowest bowl game selection out of all of the ACC’s teams.The Yellow Jackets will be taking on Minnesota in the Quick Lane Bowl in Detroit on Dec. 26.Georgia Tech finished below Virginia (Belk), Miami (Pinstripe) and Virginia Tech (Military) in the bowl game selection process, despite beating all of those teams in the conference.“How do we finish FOURTH in the ACC and get the lowest bowl in the ACC!!!! HOW!!!!!” one player tweeted.How do we finish FOURTH in the ACC and get the lowest bowl in the ACC!!!! HOW!!!!!— Qua Searcy (@Qua_Searcy82) December 2, 2018“I’m baffled at this bowl game…” another player added.I’m baffled at this bowl game… ??♂️— Quon (@quonmarshall16) December 2, 2018You can view all of Georgia Tech’s players’ reactions here.Georgia Tech and Minnesota are set to kick off at 5:15 p.m. E.T. on Dec. 26. Maybe the Yellow Jackets will take out their anger on the Golden Gophers.
Rabat – Football website Transfermarkt has reported that Achraf Hakimi’s market value has jumped three times after a successful half-season with Borussia Dortmund.Transfermarkt, specialized in defining the market value of players, has valued Achraf Hakimi’s at €25 million, after being esteemed at €7.5 million with Real Madrid when he left in July 2018.When Hakimi played with Real Madrid, he rarely featured in matches. He was deemed surplus to requirement, pushing Real Madrid to loan him to Borussia Dortmund for two years. Read also: Morocco’s Hakimi, Lekjaa, Renard Winners of 2018 CAF AwardsAccording to many football reports, Hakimi does not want to return to Real Madrid to be a substitute again, especially after improving his footballistic skills and guaranteeing a permanent spot as an undoubted starter at his current German club. With 49 points and 20 matches played, Borussia Dortmund is ranked first in Bundesliga, the top German football league.
WASHINGTON — Motorized electric bicycles may soon be humming their way into serene national parks and other public lands nationwide under a new Trump administration order.Interior Secretary David Bernhardt is officially classifying the electric-powered bikes as non-motorized bikes and giving agencies 14 days to rewrite their rules accordingly.He signed the order without fanfare on Thursday.The move is being celebrated by e-biker supporters. They say the bikes are a boon to older riders and those with disabilities.But critics say it’s a slippery slope that could change the nature of national parks. More than 50 hiking, horse-riding and other outdoor and conservation associations, including the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and Pacific Crest Trail Association, objected in a July letter.Ellen Knickmeyer And David Sharp, The Associated Press