LINCOLN, NE – AUGUST 30: The Nebraska Cornhuskers take the field for their game against the Florida Atlantic Owls at Memorial Stadium on August 30, 2014 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Eric Francis/Getty Images)Scott Frost has landed his quarterback in the class of 2019. He got one with some impressive football bloodlines.Littleton (Colo.) Valor Christian four-star quarterback Luke McCaffrey announced his commitment to Nebraska moments ago. McCaffrey chose the Huskers over Colorado, Colorado State, Duke, Michigan, Ohio State, Ole Miss, UNC, Washington and others.He is the youngest member of the McCaffrey clan. His father Ed was a longtime NFL wide receiver and older brother Christian currently plays running back for the Carolina Panthers.Another brother Dylan is a quarterback at Michigan, and oldest brother Max played wide receiver at Duke and briefly in the NFL.After much consideration, I am extremely blessed to announce that I am officially committed to The University of Nebraska! #GBR pic.twitter.com/BvYFUVTFDH— Luke McCaffrey (@mccaffrey_luke) June 4, 2018The top 2019 recruit in Colorado, Luke McCaffrey hasn’t been limited to quarterback thus far. In fact, he’s never been the full-time starter there for his school.McCaffrey was the primary backup to Blake Stenstrom, a Colorado signee, last season. In the playing time he received, McCaffrey completed 54-of-71 passes for 878 yards, six touchdowns and three interceptions.He also rushed for 548 yards and nine touchdowns and hauled in 19 receptions for 147 yards and one score.In 2016, McCaffrey was primarily a receiver, catching 47 passes for 717 yards and nine touchdowns. He also rushed for 245 yards and two TDs that season as a sophomore.
However Sumathipala said that Aluthgamage, who was not in Parliament at the time, was on his way and so his time cannot be taken.Gunawardena then cut short his speech and said that he would make a statement outside Parliament on what he wants to say on issues related to the Education Ministry. (Colombo Gazette) Joint opposition member Bandula Gunawardena today accused Parliament of attempting to silence the voice of the opposition.Speaking during the 2016 budget debate Gunawardena said that the opposition should be given a fair chance to express their views on issues. The former Education Minister then said that he will take some time from the time allocated for United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) MP Mahindananda Aluthgamage to speak in Parliament today. Gunawardena had requested for extra time to make a speech on the budget allocation for the Education Ministry but Deputy Speaker Thilanga Sumathipala turned down the request.