Video: Will Muschamp Has To Be Restrained From The Referees

first_imgSouth Carolina football coach Will Muschamp pointing.CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA – DECEMBER 29: Head coach Will Muschamp of the South Carolina Gamecocks directs his team against the Virginia Cavaliers during the Belk Bowl at Bank of America Stadium on December 29, 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Virginia won 28-0. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)South Carolina came out firing on all cylinders this afternoon against Florida, but a few missed penalties allowed the Gators to take control of the game. As a result, Will Muschamp expressed his frustration with the officials.Muschamp led the Gamecocks to an upset win over the Georgia Bulldogs last weekend. His team appeared to be on the verge of pulling off another shocking victory until they allowed a fourth-quarter surge to the Gators.One of the biggest plays in the game came when Kyle Trask hit Kyle Pitts for a touchdown. The replay shows that Pitts was wide open because his teammate set a screen on South Carolina’s cornerback.Pick plays are not allowed by rule, which means the referees should’ve thrown a flag. Instead, the officiating crew allowed the play on the field stand. Following the play, Muschamp chewed out the officials.Here’s footage of Muschamp yelling at the officials for not calling offensive pass interference:Will Muschamp goes nuclear on SEC officiating on this illegal no-call pick play that clinched the win for Florida. pic.twitter.com/ozA0KvkCB5— Brad Crawford (@BCrawford247) October 19, 2019Earlier in this game, the Gators also got away with a holding penalty that would have negated a long touchdown run from Dameon Pierce.Muschamp and the Gamecocks will have to put this loss to the Gators behind them.Next Saturday, South Carolina faces Tennessee on the road.last_img read more

Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra hides a computer in its stand to save

Dell today announced the OptiPlex 7070 Ultra, a modular compact PC designed for the space-constrained and open-plan workplaces. Whereas a traditional all-in-one systems feature integrated, difficult to remove hardware, Dell’s modular approach enables the system to be upgraded with higher-performing versions down the road. Decoupling the PC from the monitor also allows the user to select their preferred monitors–including third-party displays–and retain them during an upgrade. The Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra (middle layer) rests in the monitor stand to save space.Internally, the compute module can support up to a 25W Intel Core-i7 vPro mobile processors, 64GB DDR4 RAM, two 1TB SSDs and 2TB HDD. The compute module is powered through a single USB-C cable much like a laptop. Furthermore, only a single cable is needed to feed power, audio, and video when paired with a compatible Dell USB-C monitor. Different stand options for Dell OptiPlex 7070 UltraIn addition to the fixed stand, Dell has also introduced am elevator stand and a swivel stand for the OptiPlex 7070 Ultra. In the case of the swivel stand, the compute module mounts to the side of the arm. The stands include physical security options that protect against tampering and can support up to a 27″ VESA mount compatible display. The Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra will be available starting Sept. 24 with an average price of US$749. This section is powered by IT World Canada. ITWC covers the enterprise IT spectrum, providing news and information for IT professionals aiming to succeed in the Canadian market. read more