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Published on November 2, 2015 at 1:05 pm Related Stories FSU backup QB Sean Maguire roasts Syracuse in blowout winFSU running back Jacques Patrick uses big stature to bulldoze Syracuse defenseVisual breakdown: How FSU’s Travis Rudolph burned Syracuse’s secondaryRyan Norton’s ‘bad kick’ costs Syracuse late 1st-half TD in loss to Seminoles Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text This is episode No. 13 of the “On The Beat” podcast, where The Daily Orange beat writers discuss relevant topics in Syracuse football and men’s basketball.You can read all The Daily Orange’s coverage of football, including Syracuse-Florida State, here.If you have thoughts on the season, leave us a comment beneath the podcast. Thanks for listening.
The Navy football team has changed its team motto for the 2019 season after reporters at the Capital Gazette called into question a lack of sensitivity surrounding last year’s deadly shooting in its Annapolis, Md., newsroom.The Naval Academy’s superintendent announced Friday that the motto “Load the Clip,” chosen by football team captains, had been replaced by “Win the Day.” Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk agreed with the team’s change of motto ahead of the Midshipmen’s Fan Fest on Saturday.”Our coaches and midshipmen realized that the direction they were headed created sensitivities that were not aligned with the original intent,” Gladchuk said. “It was a lesson learned and it’s important that everything we do at the Naval Academy represents not only appropriate action, but assumed responsibility. We are hopeful we can now put this behind us and ‘Win the Day.’”Navy opens its season on Aug. 31 against FCS opponent Holy Cross. “It is always my priority, part of my mission statement, for the Navy to be a good neighbor,” Naval Academy Superintendent Vice Admiral Sean S. Buck said in a statement released Friday. “The bottom line is, we missed the mark here. The initial internal football team motto selected, ‘Load the Clip,’ was inappropriate and insensitive to the community we call home, and for that, I take responsibility for, and apologize to not only the Capital Gazette, but the entire Annapolis community.”MORE: Group of 5 predictions for 2019In June 2018, a man with a shotgun killed five employees of the Capital Gazette inside its newsroom — located just miles from Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium — and wounded two others. In September of that year, three people were killed and three wounded at an Aberdeen Rite-Aid about 60 miles from Annapolis.It has been a tradition for several years for Navy team captains to create a team motto. Last year’s motto was “For the Culture.” A Naval Academy spokeswoman said that the “Load the Clip” phrase was meant to be a metaphor for daily gameday preparation.Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo also spoke about the motto about the motto during the American Athletic Conference’s media days.”Clearly it’s a metaphor that speaks to the fact we’re going to battle every weekend, and when you go to battle, you need to have enough ammunition,” Niumatalolo said. “It means you have to be prepared for the fight, and that is a process that happens every day.”
Image Courtesy: BCCI/Instagram(@sachintendulkar)Advertisement u7ol0NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs7f1pv3Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ece( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 2lWould you ever consider trying this?😱e9o34Can your students do this? 🌚9Roller skating! Powered by Firework Although cricket in India has been suspended due to the novel Coronavirus pandemic, the iconic faces of the cricketing fraternity of the country are no short of providing fan service. With the blessing of social media, many current and former cricketers are sharing their fitness drills, hobbies, family time or even some new skills they have learned during this nationwide lock down. Sachin Tendulkar has now become his own barber, as he gives himself a fresh haircut and shares it with his fans on the internet!Advertisement Image Courtesy: BCCI/Instagram(@sachintendulkar)On Sunday, Sachin posted some photos on his official Instagram account, where he was seen giving his hair a short trim with a scissor, and came up with a witty caption, comparing his past time of ‘square cuts’ with ‘hair cuts’ at present.“From playing square cuts 🏏 to doing my own hair cuts 💇🏻♂️, have always enjoyed doing different things. How’s my new hairdo 💁🏻♂️ looking @aalimhakim & @nandan_v_naik? 😋” the former Team India international wrote in the post, also asking for the opinions of renowned hairstylists Aalim Hakim and Nandan v Naik. Check it out below-Advertisement The Little Master, who was known for his art with the bat, also did a decent job with the scissors, as the netizens poured love and appreciation in the comments.However, haircuts aren’t the only activity the 46 year old is busy with. Last week, Sachin decided to feed 5000 people for a month by donating rations for the underprivileged of Shivaji Nagar and Govandi areas of Mumbai, as confirmed by non-profit organisation named Apnalaya on Twitter.The highest international run scorer of all time also made a donation of Rs 50 lakhs towards the battle against the deadly virus, donating 25 lakhs each to the PM CARES Fund and Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Relief Fund last month.Sachin also teamed up with fellow cricketers Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, Mithali Raj and few other bollywood celebrities to spread awareness against domestic violence in the ongoing lock down, through a video on Twitter with the message ‘lockdown on domestic violence.’There has been over 17,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in India till date, and 543 patients have died.Also read-Faf Du Plessis reveals the secret behind MS Dhoni’s team selection in CSKSunil Chhetri reveals how he was treated at Sporting Lisbon: “You are not good enough!” Advertisement