Jim Harbaugh elaborated on a political tweet with Politico. Jim Harbaugh isn’t one to sit in silence if he has something to get off his chest. Both the football and the political worlds learned that last month through a Harbaugh tweet in response to reports of the Trump administration reportedly defunding legal aid for the underprivileged.
A few hours after Miami Southridge’s nationally heralded receiver Mark Pope committed to the University of Miami’s top-ranked 2018 recruiting class Monday via social media, causing Hurricanes coaches to erupt on Twitter, another big-time prep player committed to the Canes. Four-star safety Gurvan Hall of Palm Beach Lakes High, rated the 11th best safety in the nation by 247Sports.com and the 16th best by Rivals.com, has pledged his allegiance to the Hurricanes. “The time has come...’’ Hall began in a post on Twitter after 9 p.m. “...In the most humble way possible I’d like to let everyone know that for the next four years I’ll further my education at the University of Miami!!!! UM coach Mark Richt, who had already sent out a tweet about Pope’s commitment, was really fired up after Gurvan committed.
Authorities say a University of South Florida football player who was shot during a road rage incident has been charged with pointing a gun at the shooter and his family. A Tampa police news release says 22-year-old Hassan Childs was charged Monday with three counts of aggravated assault and one count of misdemeanor marijuana possession. The release says Childs had been tailgating Jovanni Jimenez about a mile from the USF campus on Saturday night.