#LSU SS Grant Delpit down and injured. He came downhill on the slant and took a physical shot to the upper body from the Utah State WR.— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) October 5, 2019Delpit back in the locker room; now in concussion protocol. https://t.co/ql8tBRr0tx— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) October 5, 2019Delpit, a junior, is considered to be one of the best safeties in the entire country. He’s a legit NFL prospect who should have a bright future at the next level.On the season, he’s made 16 tackles and recovered one fumble.It wouldn’t be surprising to see LSU use caution with Delpit for the remainder of the game. The Tigers have Florida next week.Update: Delpit is back on the field. One report suggests he bit his lip hard enough to warrant heading to the locker room. Regardless, it’s great to see his injury wasn’t too serious.Per #LSU radio, Grant Delpit bit his lip. Sounds like he’ll be back.— Scott Rabalais (@RabalaisAdv) October 5, 2019Grant Delpit back on the field. Good to see.— Cody Worsham (@CodyWorsham) October 5, 2019We’ll keep you updated. COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS – NOVEMBER 24: Trayveon Williams #5 of the Texas A&M Aggies scores on a 10 yard run as Grant Delpit #9 of the LSU Tigers and Devin White #40 of the LSU Tigers are unable to keep him out of the endzone during the first quarter at Kyle Field on November 24, 2018 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)LSU is off to a great start against Utah State on Saturday, but the Tigers may have lost one of their best players for the rest of the contest. Starting safety Grant Delpit suffered what appears to be a head injury in the first quarter of the game.Delpit was hit by a Utah State wide receiver and remained down after the play, holding his head. He eventually walked off the field under his own power.Delpit has now headed to the locker room. The SEC Network staff suggested he’s likely being evaluated for a concussion.Hopefully, Delpit’s injury isn’t too serious.
Sudanese officials in El Fasher, North Darfur, said yesterday that the Government wants to return the civilians to between six and eight urban centres in the region, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported.Khartoum has asked humanitarian agencies to provide “return packages” to the IDPs to help them relocate, and to transfer their operations to the urban centres when required.UN agencies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are both operating in Darfur, where more than a million people have become internally displaced since early last year, when fighting broke out between two rebel groups, Government forces and Arab militias known as the Janjaweed. OCHA said the agencies and NGOs are insisting to Sudan that they be consulted before any IDPs are relocated so they can ensure the mass movement is voluntary and that returnees have adequate assistance to help them re-settle.Most IDPs have told the agencies they are unwilling to return until their safety is guaranteed. Many fled their homes after they were attacked by the Government-allied Janjaweed, who stand accused of killing and raping civilians and destroying villages, wells and cropland.In South and West Darfur, the number of IDPs continues to rise – in one example, about 12,000 people have recently arrived in Gereida in South Darfur, seeking shelter in schools and abandoned public buildings. More policemen have also been posted to the IDP camps to improve security.Meanwhile, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said heavy rains are severely hampering its efforts to help the estimated 180,000 people who fled Darfur for neighbouring Chad. About 140,000 people have so far been transferred to nine safe camps inside Chad.Rains are also causing problems in Darfur, rendering road travel almost impossible in some areas, according to OCHA.Tomorrow the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Sudan, Jan Pronk, will brief the Security Council on the latest developments in Darfur.