Former NFL Exec “Wouldn’t Be Shocked’ If Kyler Murray Returned To Oklahoma

first_imgkyler murray in the fourth quarter against alabamaMIAMI, FL – DECEMBER 29: Kyler Murray #1 of the Oklahoma Sooners reacts in the fourth quarter during the College Football Playoff Semifinal against the Alabama Crimson Tide at the Capital One Orange Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium on December 29, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)It’s no secret Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray has a major decision to make. The star quarterback signed with the Oakland Athletics after the team made him the No. 9 overall pick in the 2018 MLB Draft.Oakland reached an agreement with Murray, allowing him to play football for the Sooners this season. However, after Oklahoma’s berth into the College Football Playoff, many wondered if Murray would either take his talents to the NFL or return to Oklahoma to finish what he started.Murray and the Sooners lost to Alabama in the Orange Bowl and after the game the star quarterback said this year was “not satisfying.”Longtime NFL analyst and executive Gil Brandt made a bold prediction for Murray. He “wouldn’t be shocked” to see Murray back on the Oklahoma sideline in 2019.Two things I wouldn’t be shocked if they happened in 2019:1. Kliff Kingsbury was an NFL HC2. Kyler Murray returned to OU— Gil Brandt (@Gil_Brandt) January 3, 2019Oklahoma fans would be thrilled with the return of the Heisman Trophy-winner. Would Murray spurn the Athletics to return for another year of college football?We’ll have to wait and see.last_img read more

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King Mohammed VI Inaugurates Aquaculture Farm in Oued Eddahab

Dakhla, Morocco – King Mohammed VI inaugurated, Tuesday in the El Argoub municipality (southern province of Oued Ed-dahab), the “Azura Aquaculture” farm.This aquaculture project, which required an overall budget of MAD 81 million, is part of the national Halieutis strategy, developed in accordance with the guidelines of King Mohammed VI and aimed at upgrading the different stages of the value chain of the fisheries sector and improving its competitiveness and performance.Besides the socio-economic development of the local region, the project will contribute to improve the sustainability of resources, promote farming, processing and marketing of nearly 970 tons of oysters, clams and abalone, and to decrease animal health risks related to the import of these species. Featuring state-of-the-art equipment, “Azura aquaculture” houses notably a two-hectare farm boasting facilities for water filtration, phytoplankton production, spawning and fertilization, a laboratory, a micro-nursery area and a nursery.This project is part of the aquaculture development plan in the Dakhla-Oued Ed-dahab region (2015-2020), one of the flagship projects of the new development model of the southern provinces, launched by King Mohammed VI on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Green March.This regional aquaculture development plan provides for the establishment, for a total investment of MAD 2.8 billion, of 878 production units over three identified geographical areas, namely the Bay of Dakhla (520 units), the Bay of Cintra (243) and the area between these two bays (115).Expected to generate some 3,350 direct jobs, these projects suprevised by the National Agency for Aquaculture Development (ANDA) will be carried out over an area of 6,556 hectares and will eventually reach a total annual production of 115,450 tons.These various aquaculture projects reinforce the Halieutis plan that aims to make the fisheries sector a real engine for the sustainable growth of the national economy and increase its contribution to GDP to MAD 21.9 billion by 2020 and generate some 115,000 direct jobs.MWN with MAP read more

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