Twitter/@ESPN_SchickAlabama has arguably the most-demanding fans in the entire country. Five national titles in nine years is a blessing, but it also leads to high expectations for Nick Saban and company.Saban has been vocal about his displeasure with unsatisfied fans in the past. He won’t be happy with what the fans did on Saturday during the game against Arkansas State.Crimson Tide fans left early.That’s right, the home fans decided a 50-point lead was safe enough to leave their team behind – which is will be. However, for a fanbase as demanding as Alabama’s leaving early isn’t a good look.They didn’t stay 60. pic.twitter.com/iOY3GATkCB— Michael Casagrande (@ByCasagrande) September 8, 2018You can demand greatness from your team if you’re not willing to support them for a full 60 minutes.The Crimson Tide hold a 57-7 lead with just under seven minutes to go in the game. Saban won’t be happy with the way the fanbase left early on Saturday afternoon.Stay tuned.
In 2015 the CID had questioned Dassanayake over allegations that some officers in the Navy were involved in the disappearance of several youth.Last year, former Navy Commander Admiral Wasantha Karannagoda also appeared before the CID to make a statement over the disappearance of the youth. (Colombo Gazette) Former Navy spokesman DKP Dassanayake, who was arrested by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) over the disappearance of 11 youth, was ordered to be further remanded till August 10 by the Colombo Fort Magistrate.The youth had been reported missing between 2008 and 2009.