Watch: North Texas Running Back Projectile Vomits On The Field

first_imgA North Texas running back barfs on the field.@adamhambrick/TwitterA North Texas running back lost his lunch all on the field.One North Texas running back left it all on the field in the first half. Literally.Late in the first half, with the Mean Green trailing Army, 24-14, the running back, Jeffrey Wilson, projectile vomited on the field. The North Texas quarterback was so surprised that he missed the snap, and had to chase it down.North Texas offensive coordinator pulling out all the stops today. The ole vomit distraction play works every time pic.twitter.com/8vvkrUI3fY— Adam Hambrick (@adamhambrick) December 27, 2016The running back actually vomited on two consecutive plays, but remained in the game. North Texas went on to score a touchdown on the drive, cutting Army’s lead to just three points before the half.Army leads the Heart of Dallas Bowl by a score of 24-21 early in the second half.[UPROXX]last_img read more

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Spotted: Antwerp Welcomes 50-Meter Monsters

first_imgAs part of the MSC PSA European Terminal (MPET) expansion and modernization program, the Belgian Port of Antwerp today welcomed five new gantry cranes. The 50-meter high cranes arrived to the port aboard the Hong-Kong flagged general cargo vessel Zhen Hua 27.MPET’s new toys will be able to handle ships with 25 rows of containers stacked.The terminal, located at the Delwaide dock on the right bank, was officially opened on 15 June 2005.The terminal is a joint venture between PSA and Terminal Investment Limited (TIL).According to MPET, in order to support the expansion, the terminal is moving its operations to the Deurganckdock (left bank). The company expects the MPET/PSA DGD will reach a capacity of 9 million TEU, making it the largest terminal in Europe.As World Maritime News recently reported, the port handled over 156,5 million tonnes of freight in the first nine months of this year, up 5.5% on the same period last year, putting the port firmly in position to end 2015 with a record breaking total volume of 200 million tonnes.World Maritime News Staff, Image: The Port of Antwerplast_img read more

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