EVANSTON, IL – OCTOBER 17: Head coach Kirk Ferentz of the Iowa Hawkeyes walks off the field after their win over Northwestern Wildcats at Ryan Field on October 17, 2015 in Evanston, Illinois. Iowa Hawkeyes won 40-10. (Photo by Jon Durr/Getty Images)The Iowa Hawkeyes lost to the Northwestern Wildcats last weekend. With the win, Northwestern clinched the Big Ten West and will meet either Michigan or Ohio State in the Big Ten title game.Meanwhile, another loss for the Hawkeyes makes three-straight for the team after a hot 6-1 start to the year. With the losses piling up, many Iowa fans are unhappy with the use of one of their preseason All-Americans over the past few games.Preseason All-American tight end Noah Fant has been seldom used, despite ranking second in receptions and receiving yards and first in receiving touchdowns. Fant played just nine snaps in the second half of the loss to the Wildcats.Even former Iowa stars are getting in on the debate over Fant’s misuse.noah fant i feel your pain brother. hang in there. stay silent stay the course and stay focused. don’t say or do anything out of frustration that may impact your future. high road!— DJK (@DJKoulianos15) November 11, 2018After the Northwestern loss, Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz revealed why Noah Fant hasn’t played much over the past few games.According to The Gazette, Ferentz called sophomore tight end T.J. Hockenson “a little bit more versatile as a tight end.” Perhaps the coaching staff thinks Hockenson is a better blocker, which would explain why the team uses him more.Fant figures to be an early pick in the 2019 NFL draft – potentially in the first half of the first round.
Rabat – Morocco has adopted a new terrorist strategy to deal with potential terrorist or extremist threats within the country.The new strategy, implemented by the Ministry of Interior on February 28th, centers on preventative measures such as the monitoring of lone wolves who are not necessarily affiliated with terrorist groups and increasing the capacity of local authorities and enforcement officers to handle extremists in their localities.According to media reports, local enforcement officers were trained on methods and techniques of gathering intelligence. They received intense marathon meetings and training courses, supervised by Bachas, heads of districts and Caids, in coordination with officials of the National Security apparatus (DGSN) and the Royal Gendarmerie. The meetings and workshops were designed to arouse awareness among local enforcement officers who are well aware of the situation in their regions, including the moqadems and chioukhs, and urging them to increase surveillance around the new residents in their neighborhoods and villages, and gather as much information about them.Once collected, the information will be shared during weekly meetings planned across all prefectures and provinces, reported Al Massae newspaper.The information will be then examined by members of a common cell that will consist of representatives of the national security apparatus, which will be called upon to inspect and surround the extremists, the Arabic-speaking daily added.According to the same source, the objective of the new anti-terrorism strategy is to accelerate the suspects’ recognition process, especially as extremists are likely to act alone and be guided from abroad by transcontinental groups via social networks.