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first_imgVirginia Tech's Lane Stadium during game against Clemson.BLACKSBURG, VA – SEPTEMBER 30: A general view of Lane Stadium prior to the game between the Virginia Tech Hokies and Clemson Tigers on September 30, 2017 in Blacksburg, Virginia. (Photo by Michael Shroyer/Getty Images)Virginia Tech football has one of the most electric intros in college football, and it just got the full primetime treatment on ABC.Metallica’s hit “Enter Sandman” blares as the team runs on the field and the fans at Lane Stadium go absolutely bonkers.It was a bit loud for at least one young Hokies fan, though.Cameras caught a Virginia Tech fan who appears to be in the student section covering his ears because of the noise.He probably wishes ABC had panned elsewhere.This kid is 19 going on 70. pic.twitter.com/UYBzzyxbCk— Chase Hughes (@ChaseHughesNBCS) October 7, 2018To be fair, those of us who go to big games and concerts know that as you get older, ear plugs can become pretty necessary. In this case, they would’ve really come in handy.And to make matters worse, even with all of that deafening energy in the stadium, Notre Dame got off to a red hot start. The Fighting Irish lead 10-0 mid-way through the first quarter.last_img read more

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The Prime Minister also slammed some media institutions who have been critical of the Central Highway Project. (Colombo Gazette) Replying a query raised by opposition chief whip Anura Kumara Dissanayake, the Prime Minister said, Sri Lanka has to discuss how to obtain funds in future. “We will not receive concession and aid after 2019. It has been communicated to us by the ADB and WB. It is better to discuss that how we can find the funds in future,” he said. Sri Lanka has been informed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the World Bank (WB) that it will not receive any concessions or aid after 2019, Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe told Parliament today.Wickramasinghe said this while making a special statement  to the House on the Central Highway Project.