Major Program Addressing Its Stadium After Brutal Collision On Saturday

first_imgA general view of Bryant-Denny Stadium during the game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Tennessee Volunteers.TUSCALOOSA, AL – OCTOBER 24: A general view of Bryant-Denny Stadium during the game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Tennessee Volunteers on October 24, 2015 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)Lost in the shuffle from last weekend’s college football games, one particular team had a frightening collision occur in the back of their end zone.While the majority of the audience was captivated by Alabama’s win over Texas A&M, the Crimson Tide had a freak accident take place on defense. When Dylan Moses was covering Aggies tight end Jace Sternberger, the Alabama linebacker slammed right into the padded gate.Here’s the play:Alabama security guard taking an arro—helmet to the knee— K Rool-9 ? (@bradisterrific) September 22, 2018Although Moses was healthy enough to return, he came out and admit that he’s still feeling sore from the collision.As for possible modifications to their stadium, Alabama head coach Nick Saban had his opinion on the play.From“They’re going to try to do some stuff to the stadium there to shave that little corner off a little bit and pad it up a little better,” Saban said to kick off Louisiana-Lafayette week. “That was something that, after being here all these years, I never even really noticed that until that play. That is definitely something that we’re addressing.”There aren’t too many concerns for Alabama, but fixing their issues at Bryant-Denny Stadium will be imperative.last_img read more

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DVLA hands out millions of car owners details to private parking firms

The number of private firms legally entitled to receive the sensitive information has risen five-fold in just six years as a result of a law change put in place to crack down on rogue operators.  The DVLA is handing over the car registration details of millions of owners to private parking firms signed up to a trade body for just a few hundred pounds. According to the RAC Foundation, the motoring think tank, 119 car parking management businesses are now able to access vehicle keeper records held by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. The companies pay the DVLA just £2.50 for each record check but the data enables the firms to then pursue motorists for parking fines routinely set at £100…. read more

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