Watch: Iowa Football Sings Fight Song On Field After Defeating Rutgers

first_imgIowa football walk out onto the field.MIAMI GARDENS, FL – JANUARY 05: The Iowa Hawkeyes get set to walk on the field against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets during the FedEx Orange Bowl at Land Shark Stadium on January 5, 2010 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Iowa football defeated Rutgers Saturday and did a victory chant afterwards to celebrate the win.Iowa football managed to hold on for a 14-7 win against Rutgers, putting the Hawkeyes at 3-1 on the season and undefeated in conference play.It wasn’t pretty, but after an upset loss at the hands of North Dakota State last weekend, a win was exactly what Iowa needed.Watch the team sing the fight song after the contest on the field:VICTORY! #Hawkeyes— The Iowa Hawkeyes (@TheIowaHawkeyes) September 24, 2016C.J. Beathard threw for 162 yards and a touchdown on 12-of-23 passing, while running back Akrum Wadley rushed for 84 yards on 12 carries (7 yards per carry) and a touchdown.Iowa committed no turnovers, and that appears to have been the difference. Rutgers RB Andre Patton fumbled at the beginning of the fourth quarter, giving the Hawkeyes great field position and setting up Wadley’s eventual 26-yard touchdown run. Wadley’s touchdown scamper ended up being the game-winning score.The Hawkeyes take on the Northwestern Wildcats at home next Saturday at noon E.T.last_img read more

Madras Court to hear case on LTTE ban

No order could be passed without hearing a person if it entailed civil consequences.Mr. Vaiko said that the LTTE’s objective was not for establishing an independent sovereign State for all Tamils living in the entire world, but only for the Tamils in Sri Lanka. The First Bench of Acting Chief Justice Elipe Dharma Rao and Justice Aruna Jagadeesan posted the matter for further hearing after four weeks. In the petition, Mr. Vaiko stated that the tribunal’s order was contrary to the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, opposed to principles of natural justice and vitiated by error of law on the face of the record and liable to be quashed. The Madras High Court on Monday ordered notice on a writ petition by MDMK general secretary Vaiko, challenging an order of the Tribunal under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act confirming the Centre’s notification declaring the LTTE as an unlawful association.He also challenged the publication of the tribunal’s decision in the Tamil Nadu Government Gazette dated January 4, 2013. The organisation’s objective was, of course, secession of a part of Sri Lanka which was not part of the Indian territory. Therefore, there was no threat to the sovereignty or territorial integrity of India from the LTTE. (The Hindu) read more