Today feels like a day that could be filled with major college football upsets. There aren’t a ton of exciting, top 25 matchups on today’s schedule. Usually, the days you think won’t end up being that crazy end up being just that.College football analyst Lou Holtz is calling for a major upset.Later today, No. 6 LSU is set to host Louisiana Tech. The Tigers are a big favorite. One college football analyst is picking the upset, though.Holtz, whose son, Skip Holtz, coaches La. Tech, is predicting the upset. He has a good reason, of course.“Picking @LATechFB to beat @LSUfootball Saturday in Baton Rouge. Not an upset. Upset is what my wife would be if I picked against her son. Last 2 years they lost to S. Carolina and Arkansas on the road by just 1 point on the last play of the game. They will not be intimidated,” he wrote.Picking @LATechFB to beat @LSUfootball Saturday in Baton Rouge. Not an upset. Upset is what my wife would be if I picked against her son. Last 2 years they lost to S. Carolina and Arkansas on the road by just 1 point on the last play of the game. They will not be intimidated.— Lou Holtz (@CoachLouHoltz88) September 18, 2018LSU and Louisiana Tech are set to kick off at 7 p.m. E.T. today.The game will be on ESPNU.
Jaipur: Four persons, including a woman, were detained Sunday in connection with the murder of a police head constable in Rajsamand district. Head Constable Abdul Gani, who was posted with Bhim police station, had gone to Hamela Ki Ber village on Saturday evening in connection with a case of dispute between two neighbours. When Gani was returning to the police station on a motorcycle, he was attacked and killed allegedly by five-six persons who were armed with sticks, police said. A woman Naina Devi, his son Nageshwar and his friends Laxman and Mukesh were detained today and are being interrogated, said Rajsamand’s Additional Superintendent of Police Rajesh Kumar Gupta. The body of the slain policeman was handed over to his family members after postmortem on Sunday.