ANN ARBOR, MI – APRIL 01: General view of Michigan Stadium during the Michigan Football Spring Game on April 1, 2016 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)The Michigan Wolverines haven’t found much success against their arch rival in recent years. Ohio State has dominated “The Game” over the past 18 years and has outpaced the Wolverines with a 16-2 record since 2001.This year was supposed to change the narrative as Jim Harbaugh and company entered as the favorite and a threat for the College Football Playoff. However, the Buckeyes sent Urban Meyer out as a winner, with a dominant performance on both sides of the ball en route to a 62-39 win.One Michigan recruit thinks that’s all about to change.“I don’t think anybody is going to get any gold pants any time soon,” three-star Michigan recruit Joey Velasquez said.The rivalry with Ohio State is personal to Joey Velazquez ( @JoeyV242 ): “I don’t think anybody is going to get any gold pants any time soon.” – https://t.co/WBV8MHYbkj pic.twitter.com/fo0eahUYiB— Sam Webb (@SamWebb77) December 26, 2018It’s a bold statement from any Michigan recruit, but especially bold for Velazquez who lives in Columbus.The three-star safety recruit already has the Ohio State game circled on his calendar and hopes to be a part of the Michigan team that changes the narrative.This should be fun.
“I believe the rehabilitation program they underwent was a success. The other two students are still undergoing rehabilitation,” he said.The two students who were freed, were handed over to their parents in the presence of Jaffna university officials. Commissioner General of Rehabilitation, Brigadier Darshana Hettiarachchi told the Colombo Gazette that the two students underwent an extensive rehabilitation program within a short period of time following their arrest. Amnesty International had said last month that P. Tharshananth, Sanmugam Solaman, Kanesamoorthy Sutharsan and K. Jenemajeyamenan were arrested without warrants in Jaffna.The human rights group said that the students were being questioned about their alleged involvement in a petrol bomb attack on the office of a local political organization, as well as their involvement in organizing demonstrations.Amnesty International said there were concerns for their well-being given evidence of the persistent use of torture in TID custody. (Colombo Gazette) Two students of the Jaffna university who were arrested together with four others last November by the Terrorist Investigations Division (TID), were freed today.Both students had been sent for rehabilitation to the Welikada rehabilitation center following their arrest. The TID had arrested four students after a tense situation arose at the university last November. The four students were arrested under the anti-terrorism laws. Human rights groups had campaigned for their release both in Sri Lanka and overseas. Report by Easwaran Rutnam