ATLANTA, GA – JANUARY 08: Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide reacts to a play during the second half against the Georgia Bulldogs in the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on January 8, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)Alabama head coach Nick Saban isn’t known to be the happiest of guys on college football game days. The Crimson Tide’s leader always seems to find something to be upset with.Saban and Co. had little trouble dismantling Arkansas on Saturday afternoon, beating the Razorbacks, 65-31.Of course, though, Saban found something to be angry about.Alabama’s head coach said his team “didn’t really beat” Arkansas because they gave up 31 points. Seriously.“I don’t think that we really beat the other team when you give up 31 points like we did today, at least from the defensive perspective. And I think that’s something we definitely need to improve on in the future,” he said.Nick Saban on Alabama’s defense:”I don’t think that we really beat the other team when you give up 31 points like we did today, at least from the defensive perspective. And I think that’s something we definitely need to improve on in the future.”https://t.co/QuSXUiZYAI pic.twitter.com/wutvUPHdAj— Charlie Potter (@Charlie_Potter) October 6, 2018This insane meticulousness is what makes Nick Saban Nick Saban, though, so it’s tough to blame him for a quote like this.Still, it’s a little ridiculous.
Refugees at the Anaiyur Sri Lankan refugee camp in Madurai, India have complained about the “lack of security” at the facility as antisocial elements are frequently entering the camp and picking fights with the refugees, Th Hindu newspaper reported.Petitioning Collector L. Subramanian, the refugees cited a recent incident where two youngsters from the camp were hacked by a group of youngsters when they were working at their relative’s tailoring shop close to the camp. K. Johnson (20) and A. Dinendran (21) incurred severe injuries and a case was registered at Koodal Pudur police station in this regard. K. Sumitra Devi, mother of Johnson, claimed that the two youngsters escaped fortunately when the goons attacked them with the intention to kill them. B. Ealathu Arjun, another youngster from the camp, said that such incidents of goons entering the camp had increased of late. “They even tell us that we are easy targets as no one would come in support of us,” he said. Subramanian said that he had forwarded the petition to Madurai City police for swift action.