ESPN Releases Prediction For Georgia-South Carolina


first_imgA pylon with the SEC logo on it.ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 07: An ‘SEC’ logo is seen on an end zone pylon before the Missouri Tigers take on the Auburn Tigers during the SEC Championship Game at Georgia Dome on December 7, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)One of the best games on the schedule this weekend in college football is an SEC East showdown between Georgia and South Carolina in Columbia.Georgia ran away with the SEC East last season. The Bulldogs won the SEC Championship Game and nearly won the national title. They are 1-0 on the year and back for more.South Carolina, meanwhile, had a breakthrough season under Will Muschamp in 2017. If any team is going to challenge Georgia in the division, why not them?A victory at home over the Bulldogs will be tough to attain, but would be absolutely massive in Week 2.ESPN’s FPI has released its prediction for the game.The computer model overwhelmingly likes Georgia over the Gamecocks.Georgia and South Carolina will kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET Saturday from Williams-Brice Stadium.The game will be broadcast on CBS as its SEC “Game of the Week.”last_img read more

Video Saudi Woman Tortures Moroccan Maid Holds Her Captive


Rabat – “She forces me to stay, she tortures me.” the woman says, claiming her Saudi employer took her money and does not allow her to leave the house. “The Saudi woman tells me I will never leave. I warned her that I will call the police. She says: ‘I don’t care do what suits you, I am just not letting you go away’.”The maid, who says the Saudi’s woman husband live in Morocco with his second wife, claims he told her she would be free to go if she pays him money to let her go. “I gave the money to her husband. His name is Mounir Mohammed Arab, and he lives with second wife in Morocco. He wrote in a paper that once he will take the money, he will send me back to Morocco, but he took the money and left me here.”The Moroccan maid says the Saudi woman is refusing to let her go back to her country and wants her to work for her for free.“Despite paying him back, I am still under house arrest having to deal with torture and abuse.“She keeps telling me you will stay here and work for free and you will leave when I decide so,” the Moroccan woman says while in a state of despair.She says that the residential area where she leaves makes it harder for to flee and put an end to her ordeal.“There is no way for me to go to the police and denounce her. She knows that and that’s why she threatened me.”“She keeps torturing me, and the contract I have with her is a fraud, she is not the one who signed it, it is signed by her friend, a woman called Soumaya, who lives in Jeddah.” read more