ATHENS, GA – SEPTEMBER 16: Mecole Hardman #4 of the Georgia Bulldogs takes the field before the game against the Samford Bulldogs at Sanford Stadium on September 16, 2017 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)Mecole Hardman Jr. was a five-star member of Georgia football’s 2016 recruiting class. While the Dawgs are extremely run-focused under Kirby Smart, Hardman has made an impact.In the last two seasons, he’s hauled in 59 passes for 947 yards and 10 touchdowns. He’s also an accomplished kick returner, and made second-team All-SEC thanks to that effort.The numbers aren’t gaudy, but Jake Fromm has opened it up a bit more in the last few weeks. He also has serious measurables that will help him whenever that NFL Draft decision comes.While there has been some speculation that he could try his hand at the 2019 Draft, it might make sense for Hardman to come back to Athens add to his resume.Mecole Hardman recently sent out a cryptic tweet, and Georgia football fans are hoping it means he’ll spend another year at school.From Thursday evening:It’s still money to be made 4️⃣? pic.twitter.com/6hQuaSC75J— Mecole Hardman Jr. (@MecoleHardman4) December 13, 2018It is impossible to know exactly what he means but the easiest interpretation is probably that he intends to return. Or it could be nothing.Don’t tell UGA fans that.Please? Yes? Bowman Boy is back!!!????!!!— Kevin Cheej (@wheezymedic) December 13, 2018Let’s freakin go #GoDawgs #DGD— UGANative??⚫️ #BeatTexas (@UGANative) December 14, 2018Coming back for Senior year?!— ?? (@rabdaawg) December 13, 2018Heisman 2019 boom!— lee wells (@leeswells) December 14, 2018You’re just catching the national exposure , gonna turn their heads next year even more !— OkefenokeElvis (@OkefenokeVince) December 14, 2018We’ll probably hear something more definitive from Hardman as we get closer to the Sugar Bowl. Georgia faces Texas on January 1.
Rabat – Three Moroccan illegal immigrants allegedly gave their lives away for their fellow prisoners when a prison in Croatia caught on fire last March, so the survivor could live to tell their story.Last March, a fire in a prison in Croatia reportedly killed three Moroccan illegal immigrants who had been left locked-up in their cell. Ayoub Loudifa (22), Hicham Boutara, (27), and Boujamaa (27), were all burnt alive except for their cell-mate Abdel Aziz who was the only survivor.The four Moroccan illegal immigrants had been arrested on the Croatian–Serbian border and had been sentenced to one month imprisonment while they waited for their deportation to Morocco. Abdel Aziz who is currently staying at a shelter in Croatia, told Bader Boutara, a brother of one of the victims, that his three cellmates had sacrificed their lives by protecting him with their bodies from the fire so that their story could be told.“No one would have heard the story if Abdel Aziz had not survived the fire- especially in light of the fact that the incident has not been reported by the Croatian media,” Hicham, 29, told Hespress.According to Hespress, Abdel Aziz, who is heard in an audiotape speaking with Hicham Boutara over the phone, stated that his cellmates had insisted on saving his life so that he could tell their families about the suffering they endured during their trip from Morocco to Croatia.Abdel Aziz said that he is still receiving medical treatment in Croatia and will return to Morocco once he is fully recovered. He added that the Moroccan Embassy in Croatia did not intervene in the case.The four Moroccan immigrants first met in a jail in Greece where they were sentenced to 8 months. Once they were released by the Greek authorities, they decided to make their way to Germany for a better life.They traveled illegally to Macedonia, Bulgaria and later to Serbia. It was when crossing the Serbian border to Croatia that they were caught by the Croatian authorities.They had planned on staying in Croatia with the hope to get a chance to travel to Germany via Italy.Video of Bader Boutara Talking about This Story