Ohio State entered tonight’s game against TCU at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas as a sizable favorite, but so far, the No. 15 Horned Frogs are giving the No. 4 Buckeyes everything they can handle.It’s TCU 14, Ohio State 13 late in the first quarter.The Buckeyes have moved the ball fairly well on the Horned Frogs’ defense, but they’ve been stifled at the goal line multiple times, settling for field goals.Ohio State’s most-recent possession ended in controversy, though. It looks like the referees missed a pivotal pass interference call.OSU wide receiver Johnnie Dixon was adamant that the refs missed him being held. It seems like he was right.Johnnie Dixon was vocal about not getting a call on that 3rd down play. He might have been on to something. pic.twitter.com/yEj0cfaFuY— Eleven Warriors (@11W) September 16, 2018Yeah, that probably should’ve been called. If it was, Ohio State would’ve had 1st and Goal from inside the 5-yard line.Regardless, Ohio State now trails by one point with a couple of minutes to go in the first half. The game is on ABC.
Mr Hutchings, who is suffering heart and kidney failure and undergoing dialysis, has been charged with the attempted murder of John Patrick Cunningham who was shot and killed as he ran from soldiers on patrol in June 1974. Mr Hutchings, who served in the Life Guards Regiment, is facing a judge-only trial in Northern Ireland… Revealing for the first time a key part of their defence strategy, lawyers said it was out of character for Dennis Hutchings to have fired the bullet that killed a civilian 45 years ago at the height of The Troubles. Lawyers for a 78-year-old former soldier say his peaceful arrest of an IRA terror cell shows he could not have shot and killed a Northern Irish man a day later.