Tom Herman, Mike Gundy Had To Be Held Back From Each Other In Final Seconds Of Oklahoma State’s Win

first_imgtom herman and mike gundy joke around during a gameSTILLWATER, OK – OCTOBER 27: Head coach Tom Herman of the Texas Longhorns greets head coach Mike Gundy of the Oklahoma State Cowboys before their game on October 27, 2018 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)Oklahoma State knocked off No. 6 Texas on Saturday night, and the final minute of the contest almost included a brawl involving the two head coaches – Mike Gundy and Tom Herman.With the game in-hand, Oklahoma State quarterback Taylor Cornelius took a knee, only to be rushed by Longhorns defensive lineman Breckyn Hager. Hager’s actions led to some pushing and shoving……which led to Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy running onto the field to make sure things didn’t get out of hand. Texas head coach Tom Herman then did the same, and freaked out when the referees attempted to stop him. He didn’t seem to find it fair that he was not allowed the same freedom.At one point, it looked like the two wanted to fight. But cooler heads prevailed.Here’s video:Tom Herman was NOT happy.— Kevin McGuire (@KevinOnCFB) October 28, 2018Herman and Gundy are all good now. Apparently a misunderstanding.— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) October 28, 2018Mike Gundy explained his running out onto the field to Tom Herman in the postgame handshake in an effort to prevent a fight. Herman seemed to accept that explanation.— SI College Football (@si_ncaafb) October 28, 2018After the game, Herman and Gundy appeared to make up during their handshake. Luckily, that’s where it ended.Texas, with the loss, will most likely drop from the top 10 in the polls this week.last_img read more

IDEA to organize Regional Youth Forum 2014 in Tunisia

Rabat- Association Internationale pour L’éducation en Débat (IDEA) Middle East and North Africa is set to organize its first Regional Youth Forum (RYF) which will take place from 22 to 27 December 2014 in Tunis, Tunisia.Young people aged 18 to 28, stakeholders and experts from the MENA countries are expected to be part of the event which aims to “rethink the future of the region through viable public policy options in the framework of a debate and policy competition.”The forum will be composed of a debate competition and a policy competition, in addition to workshops and a public discussion panel. Two languages tracks, Arabic and English, are available for participating teams. The teams in each track will compete for two titles: ‘best debating team’ and ‘best public policy proposal’. “The objective of the MENA Regional Youth Forum is to promote youth participation in the democratic process, specifically engaging young people in national and regional decision making processes, and building the capacity of young people in argumentation and debate techniques,” said Radhouan Mejri, Executive Director of IDEA MENA in a press release.12 teams from five members of the MENA region have been selected to participate in the forum. Participants represent ten nationalities from ten institutions (universities or associations) present in eight countries in the region.In the first phase of the program selected teams from each country will attend a debate and public policy training session in their country of residence. Following this training session the teams will draft a policy brief on an issue of their choice that affects youth in the region, as preparation for the Regional Youth Forum in Tunisia.IDEA is a global network of organizations which consist of entities located in the following countries: The Netherlands, the United States, The United Kingdom, Belgium, Macedonia, Kyrgyzstan and Tunisia.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed. read more