Danny Kanell Isn’t Thrilled With SI’s “Top 10 College Football Programs Of All-Time” List

first_img Tennessee and Penn State are in Top 10. Florida Stare is not.All of which makes this list really:A. DumbB. Inaccurate C. All of the above.So which is it #FSUtwitterCollege Football: Ranking the best programs in history | https://t.co/Vfq8PQWmQK https://t.co/7CcAMrLDgo— Danny Kanell (@dannykanell) August 12, 2019Florida State has been a dominant program in college football for some time now, but the reality is that the program didn’t really exist until 1947. It’s unclear whether SI factored statistics like winning percentage into its decision.Florida State claims three national titles – 1993, 1999 and 2013. The Seminoles were arguably the most dominant program in college football in the 1990s.College football fans – should Florida State have been on the list? Danny Kanell, a consistent troll of Miami football, speaks on FS1.FS1Monday, Sports Illustrated released a list of what it considers to be the top 10 college football programs of all-time. While nobody seemed to disagree with the No. 1 overall program on the list (Alabama), there was plenty of debate regarding some others listed.The biggest issues with the list seem to be Tennessee’s inclusion at No. 9, Penn State’s inclusion at No. 8 and the fact that Oklahoma is ranked No. 10. Many believe the Sooners should be in the top five.Danny Kanell, who played at Florida State and loves to troll the SEC, got a hold of the list. He took to Twitter to express his displeasure that his Seminoles didn’t make the cut.He essentially called it “dumb” and “inaccurate” – asking #FSUTwitter what it thinks about the list.last_img read more

Angela Merkel Accepts King Mohammed VIs Invitation to Visit Morocco

Rabat – German Chancellor, Angela Merkel has accepted the invitation that King Mohammed VI has extended to her to visit Morocco. The German leader expressed her willingness to visit the North African Kingdom during a phone conversation she held with the Moroccan monarch on Wednesday.“King Mohammed VI held, on Wednesday, a phone conversation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel,” said a statement by the Royal Office. During this phone call, the King and the German Chancellor discussed the migration policy, the same source said. In this regard, the Kingdom of Morocco committed itself to optimizing and rationalizing the management of migration inflows, it added.“HM the King gave, on this occasion, his orders to the Interior Minister to travel to Germany, along with a team of experts from the same ministry, in order to speed up the process of identifying and bringing home Moroccan nationals involved in this operation, the statement underlined. Merkel accepted the sovereign’s invitation to pay an official visit to Morocco early 2017,” it said read more

Teens less likely to use cannabis when its legal US study

(BBC) Teenagers are less likely to use cannabis in places where the drug has been legalised, a new study suggests.Researchers at Montana State University looked at health surveys of US high school pupils between 1993 and 2017.While overall use of the drug among young people went up in the US, teen use declined by nearly 10% in states where recreational use was legalised.Some 33 states have legalised medical cannabis, while 10 states have also legalised recreational use.Cannabis use remains illegal in all states for people under the age of 18.Lead author of the study Mark Anderson told the Associated Press that the study, published in the medical journal Jama Paediatrics, “should help to quell some concerns that use among teens will actually go up”.His team analysed data on about 1.4 million teenagers in the US, taken from the Youth Risk Behaviour Surveys, an annual national survey carried out by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.Dr Anderson said it was usually harder for teens to buy from licensed dispensaries – where proof of age is required – than from dealers, which could partly explain the drop. Cannabis sold in dispensaries is also often more expensive.Dr Anderson said that the researchers did not find a change after medical cannabis was legalised – only when the drug was legalised for recreational purposes.The results echo those of a previous study, published last December, that found cannabis use among teens in Washington dropped after the state legalised the drug in 2012.But the results contradicted a 2018 study from Colorado which found that the number of high school pupils who said they used cannabis stayed the same after recreational use was legalised in that state in 2014.Dr Anderson told the US broadcaster CNN that, because most states that have legalised cannabis did so recently, the team would need to continue to track the data and update their findings “in a few years”. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedCanada to let airline passengers pack cannabisOctober 4, 2018In “World”Canada poised to legalise recreational marijuanaJune 7, 2018In “latest news”Uruguay to sell cannabis in pharmacies from JulyApril 7, 2017In “Regional” read more