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[Bearbeiten] USC Football- Top Recruits Turning on Lane Kiffin

He followed that statement with a tweet that seems to suggest there is a general sentiment of displeasure toward the Southern Cal coach (also since deleted):

I felt like it needed to be said . Everybody is scared to say it so imma say it. Demario Richard (@TheFaceOfCali) 

Richard, a 5'10", 200-pound prospect with offers from Oregon, Arizona,Nike Donald Brown Jersey,Why Shinji Kagawa Is Being Left Out at David Moyes' Man, UCLA, California, Washington, West Virginia and Nebraska, among others, , was then asked about his lack of an offer from USC. He retorted by saying it was all his doing (since deleted):

imma tell like I just too the other guy I TURNED DOWN THE USC OFFER BECAUSE OF KIFFIN AND THEY WAY I WAS DISRESPECTED AT JR. DAY Demario Richard (@TheFaceOfCali) 

While Richard's social media outburst at his hometown team will be construed by some as "sour grapes," it's indicative of the current cloud hovering around the Trojans football program. Despite a rich history with  nationwide clout, the Trojans are struggling to land elite prospects during this cycle. USC currently has the 61st-ranked 2014 recruiting class in the country,Cheap Indianapolis Colts Hats,  The Trojans now hold seven solid commits in the class, although mounting as per USA Today could threaten the stability of those commitments. Kiffin,Cheap Nike Indianapolis Colts Jersey, who left his previous two head coaching posts with the Tennessee Volunteers and Oakland Raiders under a shroud of controversy, is just 26-14 since accepting the head job at USC. The Trojans suffered an embarrassing 10-7 loss to Washington State on Saturday at the L.A. Coliseum, where fans voiced their displeasure with a barrage of boos.

How should USC handle its football program?

[Bearbeiten] Can Canada do anything about Syria-

Canada may have no military role to play in whatever action the world takes in Syria,Nike Donald Brown Jersey, but there is much more to be done on the humanitarian side,?experts in national security and?foreign affairs said Friday in Ottawa.Talk of a U.S. military strike is on hold as American and Russian officials?meet in Geneva,?Switzerland,?to?try to?start down the road to?a peaceful solution?in the long-running, bloody fight. And both Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird?and?Prime Minister Stephen Harper have made it clear Canada has nothing to add militarily to any possible U.S. strike.But there are options other than a military mission, a panel of experts concluded Friday at the University of Ottawa.They also urged caution, given the split among rebel groups in Syria and the jumble of outside countries with interests in the conflict.While everyone is outraged at suffering on all sides of the battle between Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime?and the country's rebel forces,A far cry from ‘Hiroshima’, that doesn't mean Western countries can do anything about it, said Margaret Bloodworth, a former national security adviser to Harper."Outsiders can play a role, but we should be very humble about what role we have, and certainly we cannot impose what we think the solution should be," Bloodworth said.She is now a?senior fellow at?the University of Ottawa's?school of public and international affairs, which organized the panel discussion.Bring more Syrian refugees to CanadaBut there is work to be done?through?humanitarian?aid rather than with military action, she said."I don't think we [in Canada] have enough weight to play any major role in bringing parties together," Bloodworth said."We have done a lot on [the] humanitarian [side]. I think we can do a lot more.... We could do more on refugees. There are?two million refugees now."A Syrian rebel provides cover for a fellow fighter. A chemical weapons plan would need to be carried out amidst a brutal civil war. (Ammar Abdullah/Reuters )The federal government has said it will help resettle 200 Syrian refugees, and allow another 1,100 privately sponsored refugees to be placed in Canada. But that's a minute fraction of the number of refugees flooding from Syria to neighbouring? Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and?Turkey.The resettlement announced so far is "shameful," said David Petrasek,?a former special adviser to the secretary general of?Amnesty International"In 1956, we took 50,000 Hungarian refugees. We're?a wealthier country today. I find that [1,300-refugee resettlement]?a very inadequate response. It's not a good response to what to do about Syria, but it is something our government could be doing," Petrasek said.Use international lawA?referral to the International Criminal Court requires sponsorship by?the UN Security Council?�� which has so far seen China and Russia weaken?any statement against Syria �� but Petrasek said there's nothing stopping Canada from joining with other countries to use international law to exert pressure on Syria."It would not have the legitimacy of an [International Criminal Court] process, but there are other options,Nike Colts T-Shirts," he said."Despite the?talk of the current government, and despite their many condemnations of the abuses in Syria ... Canada has refused to sign onto petitions launched by 60 UN member states."Petrasek said Canada could also demand concessions regarding the thousands of political prisoners in Syria and broaden its sanctions against the regime."None of them are a good answer," he said, but not seeing a way out of the conflict "cannot paralyze us."Expect a long road to the endThe world is a long way off from a resolution, warned Roland Paris, director of the?Centre for International Policy Studies at the University of Ottawa. Ensuring the weapons have been dealt with means having Syria identify, disclose and secure?an estimated 1,400 tonnes of chemical agents?scattered across the country, he said. That will take a great deal of time."The opportunities for distraction and deflection and reneging are many. These concessions were made under pressure and I think the pressure will be very hard to maintain over the long haul," Paris said.U.S. President Barack Obama threatened a military strike after his country's officials said they have intelligence showing?Assad used several chemical weapons attacks on his own people.Bloodworth warned that anything Western countries do could end up making the conflict worse and referred to conflicts in the Middle East that date back to borders imposed on some countries after the end of the First World War."It is a very complex situation, of which we know very little,"?Bloodworth said. "It's better to be talking, even if people are still throwing weapons at one another, than not talking."Petrasek said the conflict is really several wars wrapped into one."It's the Syrian people who have risen up against a dictatorial regime ... it's a sectarian civil war, it's a regional Sunni versus Shia battle, it's Iran in its ongoing conflict with the [Persian] Gulf monarchies, it's Israel and Hezbollah. It is perhaps the harbinger of a new Lebanese civil war, but being fought in Syria. It's Turkey's ongoing conflict with the PKK, the Kurdish armed group. It's the Syrian Kurds who are fighting the Syrian Arabs. It's the U.S. and Iran,Cheap Indianapolis Colts Hats, and I could go on and on."?on whether chemical weapons were used in an Aug. 21 attack.

With files from The Associated Press
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