Uva Coach London Doesn’t Regret Fg Try

They were arrested by police in co-ordinated raids at 7.10pm last night, and have been taken to a police station in south London. Police say they are also searching six addresses across the capital. Arrests: Police arrested two men at Mansell Street in Whitechapel, east London The men were arrested on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism. Two were arrested in Mansell Street, east London, one at a premises in Westbourne Grove, west London, and the fourth at Peckham Street, south-east London. French jihadist suspected of involvement in September 11 attacks arrested in Paris after being deported from Pakistan Armed officers swooped on the addresses after a planned intelligence-gathering operation. A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: ‘At about 7.10pm tonight four men were arrested on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism under the Terrorism Act 2000. ‘They have all been taken to a south London police station. Searches under the Terrorism Act 2000 are being carried out at six addresses in London.’ Terror raids: Another man was taken at Westbourne Grove in Paddington, west London A man who witnessed the arrest on Westbourne Grove – a street lined with restaurants and boutiques in Notting Hill – described the event as ‘quite a scene’. The man, who did not want to give his name, said: ‘Well, I walked by and it seemed to be a couple of guys being arrested. ‘There were three.’ Held: A final man was arrested on Peckham Street in east London. All four are being held by police. The man said the men ‘looked white’ and were ‘up against the wall. And there was quite a lot of police.

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UVa coach London doesn’t regret FG try The Cavaliers opted to set up a 42-yard field goal attempt by their backup kicker rather than go for a TD. Associated Press Virginia running back Kevin Parks runs into the end zone for a touchdown past Maryland defensive back Sean Davis in College Park, Md., Saturday. Turn captions on Doug Doughty | 981-3129 Sunday, October 13, 2013 Given 24 hours to reconsider Virginias late-game strategy Saturday at Maryland, coach Mike London wasnt inclined to second-guess himself. The Terrapins held off the Cavaliers 27-26 when Alec Vozenileks field goal attempt went wide right from 42 yards, his longest attempt in two games as Virginias place-kicker. Hes done it in practice a number of times, London said Sunday night. When you also consider the matter of ball security, Id do it again. After reaching the Maryland 25-yard line, UVa ran the ball twice, the second time with quarterback David Watford sliding to the ground at a spot that gave Vozenilek the best angle. Vozenilek already had kicked four field goals and was 6 for 6 in two games since taking over for injured Ian Frye, the Cavaliers regular place-kicker. Frye has a hip flexor injury and wont resume place-kicking duties till he can demonstrate that he can generate power from his hip, London said. Vozenilek, also the Cavaliers punter, has been attempting field goals and extra points. Redshirt freshman Dylan Sims from Jefferson Forest has assumed Fryes kickoff duties. London did not have an update on cornerback Demetrious Nicholson, who missed the Maryland game with a lower leg injury, and defensive tackle Brent Urban, who suffered an ankle injury early in the second quarter. Any time you have a guy whos started 30 college games, his absence is noticeable, said London, referring to Nicholsons unavailability and its effect on a UVa secondary that was beaten on multiple deep balls. The Cavaliers had 505 yards in total offense, including 297 yards by sophomore quarterback David Watford. It was the best game David has had to date, said London, whose Cavaliers (2-4, 0-2) entertain Duke (4-2, 0-2) at 3:30 p.m.