Alabama, which finished the regular season undefeated, knocked off Georgia in the SEC title game and dispatched Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl, ultimately fell to Clemson in the national title game, 44-16.Clemson supporters, fair or not, believe that their team has not been given enough credit for the win.This year, the two programs are favored to reach the College Football Playoff yet again. If they meet in the event, it’ll be for the fifth year in a row. NEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide reacts in the second half of the AllState Sugar Bowl against the Clemson Tigers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)A few months back, during an interview with Greg McElroy of the SEC Network, Alabama head coach Nick Saban offered up an explanation as to why the Crimson Tide were blown out against Clemson in the national title game. In short, Saban blamed it on“internal distractions” for both his players and coaches.Wednesday, at SEC Media Days, Saban doubled down. Saban noted that his players learned from the experience of losing. He also said that “personal numbers” may have been a contributing factor as to what went wrong against the Tigers.Clemson fans will likely roll their eyes at Saban’s words.Saban said the team will learn and get better after the Clemson game. He feels the team had too many distractions at the end of the year. Players need to focus on the team and not personal numbers. #SECMD2019 #ALABAMA #WBRC pic.twitter.com/bp5AMGHvpy— Russell Jones (@russellwbrc) July 17, 2019
Sri Lankan authorities had in 2009 sought Interpol assistance to arrest Sicille Kotelawala, one of the main suspects in the Rs 26 billion Golden Key credit card fraud. She was arrested on February 4 after returning to the country at the Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA). The Mt Lavinia Magistrate had issued a warrant for her arrest. (Colombo Gazette) The Colombo Colombo High Court today rejected bail for Sicille Kotelawala and further remanded her till April 27.Sicille Kotelawala, wife of businessman Lalith Kotelawala, was remanded till today and when she was presented in court earlier this month and her bail application was taken up for hearing today.