first_imgESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit.NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 23: GameDay host Kirk Herbstreit is seen during ESPN’s College GameDay show at Times Square on September 23, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)ESPN College GameDay analyst Kirk Herbstreit upset a particular SEC fan base during this morning’s show.Herbstreit was the lone member of the ESPN College GameDay panel to pick North Carolina to upset South Carolina.South Carolina fans aren’t too happy with the GameDay guru.Herbstreit’s sons now play at Clemson, too, making him more of a nemesis. SATURDAY SELECTIONS:Desmond: South CarolinaBo Jackson: South CarolinaCorso: South CarolinaHerbstreit: North CarolinaCFB Home: South Carolina (UNC Covers)#CollegeGameday— CFB Home (@CFBHome) August 31, 2019Herbstreit maintains his objectiveness, of course, though South Carolina fans are already pointing at this as reason to dislike the analyst.“He either is brilliant or his sons playing for Clemson starting to affect his judgment,” one fan tweeted.“We have just been informed that Herbstreit’s kids go to Clemson. This goes a lot deeper than we thought,” another South Carolina account added.GameDay is a family thing 🧡@KirkHerbstreit talks about what it means to see his sons Tye and Jake play for @ClemsonFB.— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) August 30, 2019The Clemson-South Carolina game should be fun this year. The two rivals are set to play on Saturday, Nov. 30.last_img read more

“This is a devastating tragedy. It should never have happened,” said UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi. According to a press release from the Office of the High Commissioner (UNHCR), Mr. Grandi welcomed the announcement from Congolese officials to launch an inquiry into the incident and called for it to be detailed. The incident took place on 15 September after Congolese soldiers fired live rounds at Burundian protestors in the eastern part of the country, many of whom UNHCR believes were refugees and asylum-seekers. The protest, reported to be initially peaceful, allegedly started after a small group of Burundians were detained by Congolese authorities, creating fears they were going to be deported to Burundi. The dead included Burundian men, women and one child. The incident also resulted in the death of one Congolese soldier, with six others wounded. “We need to establish facts and determine responsibility and make sure that such an incident never happens again,” Mr. Grandi said.UNHCR immediately deployed a team to the area on Saturday where it is working with the medical staff of a partner organization in the local hospital to provide life-saving medical assistance to the injured. The UNHCR team on the ground reports a tense situation with over 2,400 Burundians seeking protection next to the UN peacekeeping mission’s small base in Kamanyola. DRC hosts more than 43,700 refugees who have arrived from Burundi since 2015. read more