Even Mark May Seems Impressed With Ohio State’s Performance vs. Michigan Today

first_imgMark May talks before being laid off by ESPN.Ohio State is playing its best game of the season Saturday, and unfortunately for Michigan fans, it’s coming against the Wolverines. Heck, even Mark May seems impressed by what he’s seeing from the Buckeyes.May, whose disdain for Ohio State is well known, has been on Twitter all afternoon while watching the game. While he hasn’t outright complimented the Buckeyes, he’s made it clear that he thinks they’re the better team.He also called the game “over on cuts” – a boxing term. He thinks Ohio State TKO’d Michigan with the punt block touchdown.Here’s what he’s saying on social media:Michigan getting throttled early.. absolutely no pass rush out of the Wolverines!— Mark May (@mark_may) November 24, 2018And the Wolverines are awake — 2 TDs in about 10 seconds!— Mark May (@mark_may) November 24, 2018Michigan better start to put pressure on Haskins or it will be a long trip back to Ann Arbor— Mark May (@mark_may) November 24, 2018I am calling it over on cuts.. Buckeyes with the TKO— Mark May (@mark_may) November 24, 2018May, who went to Pittsburgh, must be in a good mood since the Panthers are playing in the ACC title game against Clemson next week.May worked alongside Lou Holtz on ESPN’s college football coverage for years. He was let go by the company during its layoffs last year.Ohio State currently leads MIchigan 48-25 with just over 10 minutes to play.last_img read more



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SEC head under pressure to resign

The head of Sri Lanka’s Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday said he was coming under immense pressure to resign on false accusations by some investors under investigation for “pump-and-dump” deals.“I am under immense pressure to resign for the reason those concerned know best,” Tilak Karunaratne, the head of SEC told Reuters. Karunaratne did not elaborate who was pressuring him to step down, but said it might be the result of false information about his activities as the head of the SEC. Karunaratne has called for investigations into market manipulation and malpractice, including so-called pump-and-dump deals in which naive investors are lured into apparently cut-priced equities.His comments come barely two weeks after the Treasury Secretary P.B. Jayasundera said Sri Lanka was ready to make significant policy changes in an effort to revive its faltering stock market which has fallen 20.2 percent since the start of the year. “This might be mainly due to false information fed by a mafia of high net worth investors and their crony stockbrokers who have been involved in pump-and-dump deals.” Karunaratne was appointed to the post after his predecessor Indrani Sugathadasa resigned in December “to uphold her principles,” amid broker complaints that tougher regulations were hurting stock market prices. (Reuters) read more



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