ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 07: An ‘SEC’ logo is seen on an end zone pylon before the Missouri Tigers take on the Auburn Tigers during the SEC Championship Game at Georgia Dome on December 7, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)A former top recruit in the 2016 class has reportedly decided to transfer out of the SEC.Jamal Couch, a former four-star recruit in the 2016 class, is reportedly transferring out of Mississippi State.The wide receiver is a junior with two seasons of eligibility remaining.247Sports first reported the news:Genespage.com, the leader in Mississippi State sports coverage, has learned that junior wide receiver Jamal Couch is transferring from the program. Mississippi State officials confirmed this news on Thursday morning.Couch signed on with Mississippi State as a member of the 2016 signing class and played as a true freshman. The former four star standout signed with the Bulldogs after backing off of a commitment to Florida State and enrolled in Starvkille in time for summer school and off season conditioning in June of 2016.Couch expected to be a major part of the Bulldogs’ offense this fall. However, the program underwent a coaching change this offseason, hiring Joe Moorhead to replace Dan Mullen. Couch hasn’t really seen the field this season.Stay tuned.
Rabat – Moroccan Karate artists won eight gold medals during the second edition of the African Karate Championship Zone 1 (North Africa).The event, that took place Saturday in Marrakech, was marked by the participation of an unprecedented number of more than 280 athletes from 5 countries: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt, which was present as a guest.Overall, Morocco won 28 medals, including eight gold ones. In the cadets, Moroccans claimed a gold medal and a silver medal in Kata, and two gold medals and one bronze in Kumite. The Moroccan juniors won a silver medal and four in bronze in Kata, in addition to two gold medals, three in silver and 5 in bronze in Kumite.Read also: 3 Moroccan OFPPT Students Win Gold Medals in WorldSkills Competition in RwandaThe seniors outperformed the two youngest ones which was disputed only in kata. The older athletes won 3 gold medals, 2 in silver and 3 in bronze. In the individual Kata, women category, Morocco’s Aya Ennseyri and Sanae Agalman took the 2nd and 3rd place, respectively.The men category, Adnane El Hakimi won the competition ahead of his compatriot, Mohamed El Hani.The Africa Zone 1 championship is still ongoing over Sunday for the finals of individual Kumite.