Swinney’s decision has quickly sparked a debate around the college football world.College football analyst Danny Kanell took exception to Swinney’s move, saying “I hated Kelly Bryant leaving the team mid-season. But not giving him a championship ring is petty in my opinion.”He shared his criticism of Swinney on Twitter.I love Dabo and the way he runs his program. I hated Kelly Bryant leaving the team mid-season. But not giving him a championship ring is petty imo— Danny Kanell (@dannykanell) August 8, 2019Both parties are in quality situations following their mutual breakup. Clemson remains one of the favorites to win the national title, meanwhile Bryant has the chance to shine at Missouri.Do you think Swinney is wrong for not giving Bryant a championship ring? RALEIGH, NC – NOVEMBER 04: Head coach Dabo Swinney of the Clemson Tigers reacts after a play against the North Carolina State Wolfpack during their game at Carter Finley Stadium on November 4, 2017 in Raleigh, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Dabo Swinney is usually praised for the way he treats his players, but his latest decision involving former quarterback Kelly Bryant has been somewhat controversial.Bryant spent three full seasons with the Tigers before entering the NCAA transfer portal. This decision came after Swinney revealed that Trevor Lawrence would be the starting quarterback for 2018.Clemson didn’t miss a beat without Bryant in large part because of Lawrence’s rise to stardom. Swinney led his talented squad to their second championship in three years.Despite being part of the team to start the season, Bryant didn’t finish the year with the Tigers. It appears that decision has influenced Swinney, as he will not be giving his former quarterback his own championship ring.
Kolkata: The Coal India Ltd Thursday said its consolidated net profit soared sharply to Rs 6024.23 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 2019, a jump of 362 per cent over the corresponding period last year. The leap was made possible due to sharp decline in the company’s employees benefit cost and better realisation on sales and cost management. The world’s largest miner had posted post tax profit of Rs 1302.63 crore in Q4 FY’18. Employees benefit cost for the quarter was down by 35 per cent to Rs 10,700 crore as against Rs 16,651 crore. Also Read – SC declines Oil Min request to stay sharing of documentsProfits from sales was at higher by 8 per cent to Rs 26,704.27 crore for the quarter under review against Rs 24,747.10 crore sales in FY’18. “Better average realisation in both notifed and e- auction sales coupled with operational cost control propelled the company to make its best ever financial performance,” a company official said. “Importantly, coal quality variance was under control and we have been able to arrest the grade slippage to a large extent,” he said. Also Read – World suffering ‘synchronized slowdown’, says new IMF chiefAverage realisation per tonne of coal in FSA sales during FY’19 witnessed 8 per cent increase to Rs 1348 from that of Rs 1243 a tonne in 2017-18. The overall average realisation per tonne of coal went up to Rs 1529 during 2018-19 compared to Rs 1398 in previous fiscal, the growth being 9 per cent. The company’s PAT for the fiscal 2018-19 was 148 per cent higher to Rs 17,462 crore as against Rs 7,038.44 crore for the comparable previous fiscal.