Video: Ohio State’s Mike Weber Sidesteps Rutgers Defender In Glorious Fashion

first_imgMike Weber jukeMike Weber put quite a move on a Rutgers defender during Saturday’s contest.Earlier Saturday, it was revealed that Ohio State running back Mike Weber was paying homage to former tailback Ezekiel Elliott by wearing a crop-top ahead of his team’s contest against Rutgers. It looks like he’s emulating his level of play, too.Weber put a nasty sidestep move on a Rutgers defender in the first half. Check it out:?Mike Weber just made a Rutgers defender look SILLY.— Ohio State on BTN (@OhioStateOnBTN) October 1, 2016Mike Weber with the Juke ?— Abdul Memon (@abdulamemon) October 1, 2016Ohio State, leading 16-0, is rolling against the Scarlet Knights.last_img read more

Islamic State in Afghanistan aims to attack US General

first_imgRamstein Air Base (Germany): The Islamic State group in Afghanistan is a “very worrisome” threat to the United States, and US counterterrorism efforts have yet to shrink its extremist ambitions, a senior American general has said. Marine Gen. Frank McKenzie said IS would be hard pressed, however, to carry out an attack on the U.S. homeland because it is under strong military pressure. “ISIS in Afghanistan certainly has aspirations to attack the United States,” McKenzie said. “It is our clear judgment that as long as we maintain pressure on them it will be hard for them to do that.” Also Read – ‘Hong Kong won’t rule out Chinese help over protests’McKenzie, head of US Central Command with responsibility for managing American military operations across the greater Middle East, spoke in Germany with reporters returning home with him from an eight-day trip that took him to Qatar, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt. He also spent two days aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier in the North Arabian Sea. He stopped at Germany’s Ramstein air base to refuel his airplane before flying to his headquarters in Florida. Also Read – Pak Army chief accompanies Imran at key meetings in ChinaEarlier this week, the Associated Press cited US and Afghan security officials In reporting that the Islamic State group in Afghanistan is expanding its footprint, recruiting new fighters and plotting attacks on the United States and other Western countries. McKenzie, a veteran of combat in Afghanistan and Iraq, said he believes IS in Afghanistan has not expanded its capabilities but remains a big problem. “They are very worrisome to us” in their strongholds in eastern Afghanistan, he said, adding that combat operations have failed to reduce the group’s fighting ranks. Others have said they are thought to number in the thousands. The Islamic State affiliate appeared in Afghanistan shortly after the group’s core fighters swept across Syria and Iraq in the summer of 2014, carving out a self-styled Islamic empire in both countries. The Afghanistan affiliate refers to itself as the Khorasan Province, a name applied to parts of Afghanistan, Iran and central Asia in the Middle Ages.last_img read more