June 15, 2024

‘How Many More?’ Texas Ex Charles Omenihu Speaks Out On Super Bowl Parade Shooting – Tracker

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OMENIHU SPEAKS ON FEBRAL 14 A tragic incident occurred on Wednesday afternoon when accused gunman opened fire during Kansas City’s Chiefs Super Bowl parade.

Three people are in critical condition and one person has been confirmed killed as a result of the incident.

With an estimated 10 to 15 injuries overall from the incident, five more patients are in critical condition. Two individuals have been apprehended and placed under arrest.

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After the shooting, Charles Omeninhu, a former defensive end for the Longhorns, spoke out about American gun regulations and offered his condolences and prayers to the victims.

Omenihu said on X, “Prayers for those affected at today’s parade.” “A joyful moment is marred by tragedy. When will these gun control laws be fixed? Before someone says enough is enough, how many more people have to die? It’s a FACT that it’s far too simple for the wrong people to get weapons in America.”

Omenihu was a member of the Longhorns from 2015 to 2018, winning the Big 12 defensive lineman of the year award during his final year of play. The Houston Texans selected him in the fifth round of the 2019 NFL Draft. He is currently a Chiefs player.

ESPN Maintains the CFP on February 13 The College Football Playoff and ESPN have agreed to a seven-year, $7.8 billion deal to keep the competition and the network together, according to reports from Andrew Marchand of The Athletic.

But according to the article, the deal is still pending the settlement of particular CFP issues.

“The completion of the entire contract is still pending CFP leaders settling on specifics of the enlarged format following the collapse of the Pac-12,” Marchand stated. The CFP’s board of managers and management committee will conve

“Until the commissioners and presidents cast their votes on the composition and budget of the expanded CFP, the ESPN arrangement will not be approved. Both Bill Hancock, the executive director of the College Football Playoff, and Josh Krulewitz, senior vice president of communications at ESPN, declined to comment.

The Texas Longhorns almost missed out on a devastating last-second play to defeat to the Washington Huskies in their first-ever playoff game

Next season, the playoffs will include 12 teams in a new format.

FEB 11: A LONGHORN SAGE DISCUSSES THE ALS BATTLE At NFL Honors on Thursday, Texas Longhorns icon and former Chicago Bears defensive tackle Steve McMichael received his official induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2024.

However, since revealing his diagnosis in April 2021, McMichael has been fighting ALS on his drawn-out trip to Canton.

An poignant mini-documentary of McMichael describing his battle with the illness was posted by ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

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