ANN ARBOR, MI – NOVEMBER 25: Urban Meyer head coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes and Jim Harbaugh head coach of the Michigan Wolverines shake hands after the game. Ohio State won 31 to 20 on November 25, 2017 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)An Ohio State player took a shot at the entire state of Michigan following the Buckeyes’ big win over Michigan State today.Urban Meyer’s team improved to 9-1 on the season with a 26-6 win over the Spartans in East Lansing, Michigan.Ohio State is now one game away from its regular season finale against Michigan.The Buckeyes are definitely looking forward to that one.Ohio State defensive back Jeff Okudah posted the following photo on Instagram:“I’ve always hated this state…” he writes.Well played.Ohio State and Michigan are set to meet at Ohio Stadium in Columbus on Nov. 24. We can’t wait for that one.
Two pilots were left stunned when their passenger jet was involved in a near-miss with a large drone.They spotted the gadget, which had multiple arms and up to eight rotors, on the approach to Heathrow Airport in west London, the UK Airprox Board (UKAB) said.They both exclaimed: “Was that a drone? At 10,000 feet!”There was “no time to react” as they watched the flying object for around five seconds as it passed down the right side of the plane, according to the report. File photo dated 01/07/15 of a plane taking off at Heathrow airportCredit:PA Show more Police officers at the airport were alerted to the near-miss, but the drone operator could not be traced.The pilots estimated the separation between the aircraft and the drone to be 100 feet (30 metres) vertically and 200 metres (656 feet) horizontally.The UKAB concluded that “safety was not assured” during the incident on November 11 last year, and determined the risk to be the second most serious category.It was one of four near-misses between aircraft and drones in the latest monthly UKAB report, bringing the total over the past 12 months to 59.Civil Aviation Authority rules state that drones must not be flown above 400 feet or near airports or airfields.In November it launched a website to publish its revised code of conduct for drones, called the dronecode.Ministers are considering mandatory registration for new drones to crack down on reckless users.The proposal is part of a Department for Transport consultation on improving drone safety. It is hoped the scheme could help authorities identify the owners of drones being flown illegally. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.