MADISON, WI – NOVEMBER 15: A general view of play between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Wisconsin Badgers at Camp Randall Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Madison, Wisconsin. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)ESPN College GameDay analyst Lee Corso unveiled his national title pick during a season preview show on Saturday. It was a surprising choice.Corso is going with a Big Ten team to win the 2018 national championship – but he’s not picking Ohio State, Penn State, Michigan or Michigan State.He likes Wisconsin.Lee Corso just picked @BadgerFootball to win the national championship. #Badgers— Jay Sorgi (@jsorgi) August 25, 2018Wisconsin is projected to be one of the top 10 teams in the country, but few are picking the Badgers to actually bring home the title.An NFL scout is certainly high on them, though.NFL insider Daniel Jeremiah says that an NFL scout has been raving about what he’s seen from the Badgers. They have the best offensive line in the country.“Talked to a vet scout about his college visits so far— he said Wisconsin is LEGIT. Best OL in the country,” he tweeted.Talked to a vet scout about his college visits so far— he said Wisconsin is LEGIT. Best OL in the country.— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) August 26, 2018Wisconsin opens its season on Friday against Western Kentucky.
Simon Laudat needs a wheel chair or walking frame to get around after jumped out of a first-floor window to escape his wifeCredit:Evening Standard / eyevine She wept as Judge Jane Sullivan warned she could face prison.Prosecutor Gino Connor said:“She was shouting and screaming abuse… she attacked her husband with a pair of scissors. She started to slash at his face, saying, ‘I will cut your eye open.’”But Ms Laudat, who has been freed on bail until sentencing on April 13, claimed her husband had come at her first with the scissors, and said that she had inflicted the wounds during a struggle. Judge Sullivan added: “I have no doubt it was she who produced the scissors and used them. She was angry about his behaviour.” He said his wife, who he had married in 2016, had “put the scissors inside the knuckles and basically punched me.””After she hit me the first time with the scissors I backed away because I was in shock,” he said.Ms Laudat, who is now pregnant, admitted unlawful wounding and inflicting grievous bodily harm.She told the court her husband and the woman had an “agreement” for £50 and dinner but said instead it was “a sex meeting.” A children’s fashion designer slashed her husband with scissors after finding naked photographs of his older lover on his mobile phone, a court has heard. Charlotte Laudat, 31, inflicted eight wounds on her husband Simon after finding the images of the woman “in her late seventies”.”I saw various pictures of a lady in her late seventies. I never want to see them again,” she told the court. Ms Laudat, who designed children’s clothes under the brand Little Lott London, slashed him across the face, Blackfriars Crown Court heard, according to the Evening Standard.She also told him: “You are going to die tonight.”Mr Laudat, who confessed to an affair, injured his ankles and was left needing a wheelchair or walking frame to get around after he leapt out of a first-floor window to escape.