Hundreds Participate in Housing Agency Open Day

first_imgRelated590 Housing Solutions for Whitehall Phase 3 in Negril FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Advertisements Hundreds Participate in Housing Agency Open Day TransportAugust 15, 2013Written by: Chris Patterson Related50 Jamaicans Free of Mortgage Under Special Debt Forgiveness Programmecenter_img Hundreds of prospective homeowners on Wednesday, August 14, turned up at the Kingston offices of the Housing Agency of Jamaica (HAJ) to participate in the Bernard Lodge Estates Development Open House Day.Located in St. Catherine, the Bernard Lodge Estates development is approximately five minutes drive from Spanish Town Square. It is bounded by Highway 2000 to the South, in the vicinity of Lime Tree Grove, Quarry Hill, and March Pen Road.The development, which will comprise 1,584 housing solutions, inclusive of studios and one-bedroom units, will be built in five phases.Speaking to journalists following a tour of the floor plans and model units, Minister with responsibility for Housing, Hon. Dr. Morais Guy said the development will assist in meeting the targets of providing affordable homes for Jamaicans.Costing just around $4 million for the studio units and approximately $4.9 million for the one bedroom units, Mr. Guy reiterated the Government’s commitment to provide suitable and reasonable priced housing solutions.“Particularly in this (economic) climate, when there is not much funding to go around, if we can get cheaper units for our clients, then that would be a win-win for us,” he said, adding that the project can be considered as a “flagship development”.He noted that public/private partnerships, as well as the introduction of new technologies and building systems are necessary in ensuring more units are built for Jamaicans.“There are many more in the same vein which are following. We have Memoranda of Understanding which have been signed with other developers, local developers who are going to be pursuing development along the same model as Bernard Lodge,” he added.Providing a breakdown of the development Senior Manager, Sales, HAJ, Gary Howell, said 980 one bedroom units as well as 604 studio units will be built at the location.He told JIS News that the development is possibly the lowest “lower to middle income development in the market at this time”.“We recognise that many persons cannot afford two bedroom units. So we have given them a start with the option to expand over time as soon as their finances have become better,” he said, adding that this is another major step in providing an opportunity for people to own their own homes.He informed that persons who may need additional information regarding the units should contact the Housing Agency of Jamaica Sales Department at 968-7522-4.In an interview with JIS News, a participant at the open house, Ann-Marie Bryce, said through the development, she is one step closer to owning her own home.“It is a good idea for us small people to own a home and (while) the money (may sound a lot initially) it will work out (over time as owners have the opportunity) to expand…it might look hard now to find the money to pay down on a one bedroom and your family is more than just you. But at the end of the day it (will) work out…It is just for me to come up with my deposit and I’m good from there,” she said.Another participant, Marcel, said the development will fulfil many Jamaicans dreams of owning their own homes.“It is a wonderful thing to mek nuff people know that they can have their own house,” he said.Visitors to the open house were able to view the floor plans for the units, view expansion plan options, see the phased plan for the development, and also purchase into the development.Representatives from financial institutions such as Bank of Nova Scotia, and Jamaica National Building Society were also on hand to provide financial and mortgage advice, as also representatives from furniture store, Courts.Construction of the project will take place over three years, with Phases 1 and 2 slated for completion in March 2014. Phases 3, 4, and 5 will be completed by mid-2016.Each studio unit will measure 267 square feet and one bedroom units 370 square feet. The average lot size will be 3,300 square feet. They will be expandable and outfitted with laminate countertops, stainless steel kitchen sinks, french windows, and slab roofs.HAJ’s partner and contractor on this project is Malphrus International, IBC, an overseas-based construction company with extensive construction credentials, including in the Caribbean. Story Highlights The Bernard Lodge Estates development is approximately five minutes drive from Spanish Town SquareThe development will assist in meeting the targets of providing affordable homesConstruction of the project will take place over three years Related2,000 Housing Solutions to Regularize Squattinglast_img read more

A&O elects Dejonghe as senior partner

first_imgAllen & Overy has elected its managing partner Wim Dejonghe to take over as its senior partner from the start of May.He succeeds David Morley who is retiring at the end of April after holding the senior partner position for the past eight years.Dejonghe (pictured), who has been the global managing partner at the firm since 2008, has been given an initial four-year term.He beat head of dispute resolution Tim House, co-head of banking Stephen Kensell and competition partner Michel Struys to the role.Dejonghe joined Allen & Overy as a partner in 2001, and prior to becoming the firm’s global managing partner, was the managing partner of its Antwerp and Brussels offices and co-head of the global corporate department.Morley, who will leave after 36 years at the firm, said: ‘I am confident that, with the support of the partnership and everyone at Allen & Overy, the firm will continue to thrive under his leadership.’last_img read more

The Browns avoid the stench

first_img Related Topics2016 NFL DraftBrownsNFLSan Francisco 49ersWinless The rumors are true. It wasn’t in a bowl game against a college team spurned by being left out of the playoff. They weren’t spotted three points to start the game. And they didn’t win because a professional kicker missed a 45-yard field goal as time expired.Ok, that last part happened. But who cares. The Cleveland Browns won a football game.This isn’t a meaningless win. There is a huge difference between going 0-16 and 1-15. And an even bigger difference between going 1-15 and having your fanbase through a satirical parade because you went 0-16.The reason the Browns’ win yesterday was a big deal, other than avoiding embarrassment, was there has been an unequivocal stench that has followed teams that couldn’t muster a single win during an NFL season.In the Super Bowl era, three teams have gone winless: the 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the 1982 Baltimore Colts, and the 2008 Lions.In the 39 full seasons since the Bucs went o-14, they have had 11 winning seasons, (four of those 9-7 seasons) and won one Super Bowl because of one of the greatest defenses of all time.Since the 1982 Baltimore Colts embarked on the football equivalent of kicking the bucket, they literally kicked the bucket. The Colts moved to Indianapolis in 1984, and had five winning seasons in 15 years until they drafted Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck.  Football didn’t return to Baltimore until 1996.The Lions’ 0-16 season yielded the ultra-talented yet flawed Matthew Stafford, and he has delivered one playoff win and countless heartbreaking losses in the eight seasons since (currently working on another devastating heartbreak as we speak, by the way).Cleveland sports franchises, particularly the Browns, have enough ghosts of demoralizations past as it is. They didn’t need the 0-16 stench to be added to the already impressive list of ways the Browns have lost credibility as a franchise.The only way yesterday’s win wouldn’t have been considered an unequivocally good thing was if it led to 49ers snatching the #1 pick, and San Francisco wasn’t even good enough at being bad to do that.So, rejoice, Browns fans, you have avoided one horrible thing happening to your franchise. The Cavs won The Finals, the Indians won the pennant, and the Browns avoided going winless. In a football first city, the Browns have always lagged behind the other franchises in my lifetime, but this is a start. Jimmy Watkinslast_img read more

NFL suspends Brady for four games, fines Patriots $1 million over ‘Deflategate’

first_img KEYWORDS Ted Wells, an attorney hired by the NFL to investigate the allegations, said in his 243-page report that it was “more probable than not” that Patriots personnel “were involved in a deliberate effort” to circumvent rules by using deflated footballs in the team’s 45-7 win over the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC championship game.“We reached these decisions after extensive discussion with Troy Vincent and many others,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement. Vincent is the NFL’s vice president of football operations.“We relied on the critical importance of protecting the integrity of the game and the thoroughness and independence of the Wells report,” it added.The victory in the Jan. 18 game propelled the Patriots into the Super Bowl, which they won over the Seattle Seahawks 28-24, clinched by a dramatic interception in the waning seconds.Although there was no smoking gun, the Wells report, which took nearly four months to complete, found Brady and two members of the Patriots’ equipment staff were all likely culpable NFL, Tom Brady, deflategate IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady warms up ahead of the start of the NFL Super Bowl XLIX football game against the Seattle Seahawks in Glendale, Arizona, in this file photo taken Feb. 1. The National Football League on Monday said it suspended star quarterback Brady for the first four games of next season and fined the New England Patriots $1 million for its role in “Deflategate.” | REUTERS GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES RELATED PHOTOS New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady holds up the Vince Lombardi Trophy after the Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in NFL Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Arizona on Feb. 1. The NFL Monday suspended Super Bowl MVP Brady for the first four games of the season. | AP BOSTON – The National Football League on Monday fined the New England Patriots $1 million for its role in “Deflategate” and will suspend star quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of next season.The NFL also said the Patriots will forfeit their first-round selection in the 2016 draft for using under-inflated footballs in last season’s AFC Championship game.last_img read more

Airline freshmen keep perfect record intact

first_imgRussell [email protected] Airline Vikings  kept their perfect freshman season intact with a 36-9 victory over the Haughton Buccaneers on Monday at Airline Stadium.In another freshman game, Benton fell to Minden 33-12.In junior varsity action reported to The Press-Tribune, Airline edged Haughton 26-20 and Benton downed Minden 20-0.Airline 36, Haughton 9: Noah Hildebrand ran for one touchdown and passed for another as Airline raised its record to 7-0.Bryan Fielding scored two rushing touchdowns for the Vikings and a two-point conversion. Harvey Calhoun caught the touchdown pass. D’Kameron White scored a conversion.Josh James intercepted two passes and returned one for a touchdown. Steven Rainey and Phillip Lee also had interceptions.Haughton’s touchdown came on a pass from Jonathan Plant to Colt Shankle. Nico Broadway kicked a 36-yard field goal. The Bucs dropped to 4-3.Junior varsityAirline 26, Haughton 20: Thomas McKain threw two touchdown passes to Hayden Waxley in the Vikings’ victory.Frank Winn had a rushing touchdown, and Nathan Naranjo kicked a field goal.Airline also got a safety on a blocked punt.Haughton’s Hunter Hunsucker threw a 29-yard touchdown pass to Matthew Davis on a busted field goal attempt.Hunsucker also caught a 4-yard TD pass from Brad Rachal after Brayden Wise recovered an Airline fumble.Darius Brooks connected with Davis for a 3-yard touchdown to get the Bucs with six with 2:34 left in the game.Benton 20, Minden 0: Keishaun McMillian scored on runs of 65 and 4 yards to lead the Tigers. He also threw a conversion pass to Cody Ratliff.Trent Harrison scored from 4 yards out.Premier Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond Boutique|SponsoredSponsoredUndoInstant Voice TranslatorInstant Voice Translator (43 Languages) Takes Hong Kong By StormInstant Voice Translator|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystBlockchain Is Changing the Game for Trade Financing. Here’s How It’s Driving Future Global Trade.StanChart by CNBC Catalyst|SponsoredSponsoredUndoDating.comWhere do attractive singles meet in Tung Chung?|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStrategyCombatIf you own a Computer, then you have to play this Game. No Install.StrategyCombat|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

College football scores: Live results, updates, highlights from Week 4’s top 25 games

first_imgHENRY RUGGS!!!! 45 yard TD catch! #SpeedKills #BAMA— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:03 p.m.: And No. 9 Florida marches right down the field for a game-opening touchdown. Kyle Trask is 2 for 2 through the air for 62 yards, including a 19-yard touchdown to Kyle Pitts.Florida’s on the board first! Kyle Trask hits Kyle Pitts for the 19 yard TD! #Gators— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 2019Noon: Any surprise here?— Yahoo Sports College Football (@YahooSportsCFB) September 21, 2019 MORE: Watch college football games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Those games promise to be exciting, but other enticing matchups include Oklahoma State at No. 12 Texas and a meeting between No. 16 Oregon and Stanford. And considering USC upset No. 10 Utah on Friday, there’s no telling what could happen in those games or others.Below are scores, highlights and other updates from across the college football landscape.College football scores, results for Week 4 top 25 gamesHere’s the full Week 2 schedule for the top 25 college football games, plus final scores and how to watch every game live.Check out SN’s live scoreboard for stats and more.Friday, Sept. 20GameUSC 30, No. 10 Utah 23No. 20 Boise State 31, Air Force 19Saturday, Sept. 21GameNo. 2 Alabama 49, Southern Miss 7No. 4 LSU 66, Vanderbilt 38No. 9 Florida 34, Tennessee 3No. 13 Wisconsin 35, No. 11 Michigan 14No. 23 Cal 28, Ole Miss 20No. 6 Ohio State 76, Miami (Ohio) 5No. 8 Auburn 28, No. 17 Texas A&M 20Pitt 35, No. 15 UCF 34No. 22 Washington 45, BYU 19SMU 41, No. 25 TCU 38No. 16 Oregon 21, Stanford 6No. 21 Virginia 28, Old Dominion 17No. 1 Clemson 52, Charlotte 10No. 12 Texas 36, Oklahoma State 30No. 3 Georgia 23, No. 7 Notre Dame 17Colorado 34, No. 24 Arizona State 31UCLA 67, No. 19 Washington State 63Live updates, highlights from today’s NCAA football games12:12 a.m.: Those are some impressive stats from Andrew Gordon:Anthony Gordon 7 yard TD to Davontavean Martin!Gordon has 300+ yards & 5 TDs in the first half!Washington State might put up 60+ tonight! lol— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 2019Midnight: More from Wazzu:Anthony Gordon with a 3 yard TD to Easop Winston Jr! Gordon’s 4th TD of the FIRST HALF— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201911:52 p.m.: UCLA desperately trying to get its first win of the season.DEMETRIC DELTON 100 YARDS TO THE HOUSE!!! #UCLA— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201911:48 p.m.: Washington State lighting it up in #Pac12AfterDark.Screen pass to Travell Harris goes for a 10 yard TD! Washington State extends the lead!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20191:47 p.m.: Bulldogs hold! Hell of a game and tremendous effort by Notre Dame.Georgia holds on!!!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201911:30 p.m.: Notre Dame refuses to go down easy!Notre Dame still battling! Ian Book with a 4 yard TD to Chase Claypool!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201911:25 p.m.: Lots of action in the Colorado-Arizona State game, but the Buffaloes retake the lead.Colorado retakes the lead! Steven Montez with a 31 yard TD to Tony Brown!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201911:18 p.m.: A lot to unpack here — all you need to know is Texas has the ball with 1:30, up 36-30 over Oklahoma State.Oklahoma State nearly recovered the onside kick!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 2019Chuba Hubbard 13 yard TD run!! Oklahoma State making a late push!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 2019What a run by Spencer Sanders!!! #OKST— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 2019Texas WYD?!?!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201911:10 p.m.: A timely interception by the defense puts Georgia squarely in control of this one.Nice play/INT by JR Reed! #Dawgs— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201911:07 p.m.: Pac-12 teams can’t win for losing.Steven Montez with a 29 yard TD pass to Tony Brown! #Buffs— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201911:01 p.m.: Fromm with his first touchdown of the day makes it 20-10 Georgia!Jake Fromm with a 15 yard TD lob to Lawrence Cager— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201910:54 p.m.: Considering No. 10 Utah just lost to unranked USC, the Pac-12 might want its undefeated teams to remain as such. UCLA not helping.Washington State responds! Anthony Gordon hits Easop Winston Jr for the 4 yard TD!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 2019UCLA turns the INT into point! Dorian Thompson-Robinson hits a wide open Joshua Kelley for the 14 yard TD— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201910:53 p.m.: Some tough yards gives Texas a 36-13 lead!Texas extends the lead, 2 yard TD run by Roschon Johnson!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201910:41 p.m.: Keaontay Ingram would. Not. Be. Denied!Watch the spin move! FILTHY! #Texas— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201910:38 p.m.: Mike Gundy’s no Riverboat Gambler.Oklahoma State tried a fake FG…. and it went horribly wrong!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201910:28 p.m.: Notre Dame’s defense out here making plays.This was a dime by Fromm!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201910:26 p.m.: This came after a Texas goal-line stand. Defense keeping the game close.Sam Ehlinger’s pass gets tipped and picked! Big play for Oklahoma State!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201910:08 p.m.: A curious sequence of events here that gave Georgia the ball and led to a game-tying field goal.”That things was like a bar of soap in the shower” LMAOOOOOOO!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201910:01 p.m.: A little trickeration gives Texas the 28-23 lead over Oklahoma State.TEXAS WITH THE REVERSE FLEA FLICKER TOUCHDOWN!!!! This was beautiful designed/executed!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 201910:01 p.m.: Virginia is up over ODU!Virginia takes the lead! Wayne Taulapapa powers in for the 7 yard TD!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20199:46 p.m.: Beatdown in Palo Alto, and the reason is Justin Herbert.Justin Herbert with a 24 yard TD to Jacob Breeland! DB bit on the pump fake, left Breeland wide open! #Ducks— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20199:38 p.m.: D’Andre Swift ties it 7-all!Georgia responds!! D’Andre Swift 3 yard TD run!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20199:26 p.m.: Humdinger in Austin!OKST capitalizes on the turnover, Chuba Hubbard punches it in from 1 yard out! Cowboys down 1 at halftime— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20199:15 p.m.: Virginia closing the gap on Old Dominion (something we never thought we’d write, but here we are):Virginia cuts into Old Dominion’s lead! Zane Zandier picks off Stone Smartt and returns it for a 22 yard TD!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20199:07 p.m.: Cole Kmet snags the first touchdown of this UGA-ND game!Notre Dame strikes first! Ian Book hits Cole Kmet for the 1 yard TD… Not sure that’s who Book was targeting lol— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20199:06 p.m.: That’s a woeful bust in coverage for Oklahoma State and it costs the Cowboys as Texas takes a 21-13 lead.Texas answers Oklahoma State’s TD: Sam Ehlinger hits Brennan Eagles deep, Eagles takes it in for the 73 yard TD!!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20198:58 p.m.: Got us a good one brewing in Austin — it’s 14-13 Texas after this Spencer Sanders run:Spencer Sanders 7 yard TD run! #OKST— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20198:55 p.m.: Is that … defense? In a Big 12 game?!Oklahoma State’s defense stops Texas on 4th & 3!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20198:41 p.m.: Luck of the Irish nearly pulled through there.Disastrous play for Notre Dame, but they damn near connected on this pass lol— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20198:32 p.m.: Oklahoma State’s Spencer Sanders with the bad INT, followed up by a nice touchdown pass from Texas’ Sam Ehlinger. Longhorns leading 14-3.Texas capitalizes on the INT: Sam Ehlinger hits Jake Smith for the 17 yard TD!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 2019Spencer Sanders with a bad INT— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20198:15 p.m.: What is it with Old Dominion and Virginia/Tech? Either way Bryce Perkins gets the Commodores on the board.Virginia is on the board! Bryce Perkins with an 8 yard TD run on 4th down!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20198:12 p.m.: How about those LED lights in Samford Stadium?LIGHTS!!!! #UGAvsND— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20198:08 p.m.: What a throw-and-catch by Herbert and Jacob Breeland! That makes it 14-3 Oregon over Stanford.Justin Herbert lobs one up to Jacob Breeland for the 16 yard TD! #DUCKS— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 20197:43 p.m.: On-target by Justin Herbert and nice run by Jaylon Redd makes it 7-3 Oregon.#Ducks are on the board! Justin Herbert with a 36 yard TD strike to Jaylon Redd!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20197:21 p.m.: This back-and-forth game just will not stop. Pitt takes the lead with 56 seconds remaining.PITT!!!!!!!!!! TRICKERY!!!!!!!!!PITT TAKES THE LATE LEAD!!!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20197:19 p.m.: SMU holds on late to stun TCU.SMU STOPS TCU ON 4TH DOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20197:05 p.m.: Texas A&M moves to just one score away from Auburn with fewer than three minutes left.What a throw by Kellen Mond for six.— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) September 21, 20196:48 p.m.: UCF QB Dillon Gabriel just drops this pass in the hands of Tre Nixon.Dillon Gabriel with a dime to Tre Nixon for 50 yards!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20196:40 p.m.: Texas A&M scores its first touchdown. Auburn responds.JaTarvious Whitlow would not be denied a touchdown.— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) September 21, 20196:22 p.m.: This game is getting interesting in College Station. Now the Aggies trail only by 11.THE AGGIES AREN’T DONE.— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) September 21, 20196:17 p.m.: What a throw by Malik Cunningham. What a catch by Dez Fitzpatrick. Louisville takes teh 24-21 lead against Florida State.Oh My God!!!! Louisville takes the lead with a 74 yard TD bomb from Malik Cunningham to Dez Fitzpatrick!!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20196:14 p.m.: TCU isn’t out of it just yet. Leaping grab by Pro Wells pulls the Horned Frogs to within a score of SMU.Go up and get it big fella 😤 @iamprowells lives up to his name with this catch for @TCUFootball .— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 21, 20196:11 p.m.: UCF entered as 10-point favorites against Pitt. Now, after trailing by 21, they are leading by 10 points.#UCF adds to their lead! Dillon Gabriel connects with Gabriel Davis for the 28 yard TD!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20196:05 p.m.: The second-stringers are in for Ohio State, but it doesn’t seem to matter. They’re still trouncing Miami (Ohio).Garrett Wilson went ALL THE WAY UP 😱— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 21, 20196:00 p.m.: Pitt led this game 21-0 with 9:10 left in the second quarter. UCF has since scored 24 points. The latest coming on this 87-yard punt return.OTIS ANDERSON 87 YARDS TO THE HOUSE!!! UCF TAKES THE LEAD!!!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20195:53 p.m.: UCF is making a comeback. This 65-yard pass set up a 10-yard touchdown for the Knights.Dillon Gabriel with a dime to Gabriel Davis for 65 yards! #UCF— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20195:51 p.m.: Another Washington touchdown. This time on special teams for the Huskies.Aaron Fuller!!!!! 89 yard punt return TD!!! #Huskies— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20195:42 p.m.: Auburn made sure Texas A&M paid for that fumble.Auburn capitalizes on the fumble: Bo Nix hits Seth Williams for the 9 yard TD!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20195:36 p.m.: This is not exactly how you want to get back in this game if you’re Texas A&M.What’s an ideal way to start a half? How about forcing a fumble.— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) September 21, 20195:27 p.m.: Shane Buechele has SMU leading TCU by two touchdowns at the half. Here’s the latest score by the Mustangs.Shane Buechele with a 9 yard TD to James Proche!! SMU up 31-17 on TCU!!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20195:12 p.m.: Justin Fields with a laser to Binjimen Victor. This is just getting out of hand.Binjimen Victor with the great catch in the back of the end zone! @OhioStateFB now leads 42-5 😬— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 21, 20195:08 p.m.: Breaking the other way? Pass thrown behind him? No problem for Jhamon Ausbon.Anyone figure out how Jhamon Ausbon caught this?— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) September 21, 20195:04 p.m.: Miami (Ohio) was winning at one point in this game. You wouldn’t be able to tell by the score.That’s now 35 unanswered points for @OhioStateFB 😤😤— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 21, 20195:01 p.m.: UCF makes Pitt pay for the fumble, cashing in on a touchdown to bring the score to 21-7.UCF’s on the board! 11 yard TD run by Adrian Killins Jr!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20195:00 p.m.: TCU is creeping back into the game. They now trail the Mustangs by only four points.Didn’t matter, Darius Anderson punched it in for the TD from 6 yards out! TCU cuts into SMU’s lead!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20194:55 p.m.: You just cannot stop Justin Fields on his way to the end zone. That’s the second rushing touchdown and third total touchdown for the Ohio State QB.Justin Fields gets his second rushing TD of the day! 💪— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 21, 20194:54 p.m.: Kylin Hall soars through the air four yards into the end zone to extend Mississippi State’s lead.Kylin Hill went airborne for the 12 yard TD!!! #Bulldogs— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20194:50 p.m.: Uh oh. No. 15 UCF is in some trouble. Punt blocked and returned for a touchdown gives Pitt a 21-point lead.Aaron Mathews blocks the punt, Wendell Davis scoops it up and returns it for an 18 yard TD for Pitt!!!!! They’re up 21-0 on UCF!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20194:31 p.m.: Ohio State only had a two-point lead. Now make that a nine-point lead.First TD pass of the day for Justin Fields 🔥He links up with K.J. Hill for 53 yards to extend @OhioStateFB ‘s lead.— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 21, 20194:29 p.m.: Pitt giving UCF fans a scare. The Panthers are now up 14-0 on the 15-ranked Knights.PITT IS UP 14-0 ON UCF! Kenny Pickett hits Maurice Ffrench for the 2 yard TD!No that’s not a typo, his last name is Ffrench!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20194:21 p.m.: Joey Gatewood — not Bo Nix — with the touchdown pass for Auburn to give the Tigers an early two-score lead.*looks up definition of wide open*— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) September 21, 20194:16 p.m.: Don’t worry, Buckeye fans. Ohio State leads again 7-5.Honestly good luck stopping @Jkdobbins22 …— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 21, 20194:08 p.m.: Jacob Eason showing off the arm to put Washington up 14-3 on the Cougars.Jacob Eason with a bullet to Aaron Fuller between two BYU defenders for the 17 yard TD! #Huskies— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20193:55 p.m.: Just as everyone expected: Miami (Ohio) is the first to score with a safety against Ohio State.MIAMI (OH) IS ON THE BOARD FIRST VS OHIO STATE…. SAFETY!!!!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20193:51 p.m.: That didn’t take long. Anthony Schwartz takes the handoff 57 yards to the house to put Auburn up 7-0.SCHWARTZ SPEED!!He takes it 57 yards to the house for an @AuburnFootball touchdown.— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) September 21, 20193:39 p.m.: Wisconsin fans were letting the Wolverines hear it after Michigan was rolled over by the Badgers.Wisconsin fans chanting “OVERRATED” at Michigan LMAOOOO! #Savage— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20193:19 p.m.: Was it a touchdown catch? The refs say no, and Ole Miss can’t punch it in on the QB sneak to lose the game.THE ENDING TO THIS CAL/OLE MISS GAME!!! WOW!!!CAL WINS!!!!!!!!!!!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20193:11 p.m.: Things are getting interesting in Oxford, Mississippi. The Golden Bears’ lead is down to just eight.John Rhys Plumlee’s 47 yard run helped set up this 15 yard TD run from Jerrion Ealy! #OleMiss— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20193:03 p.m.: It’s getting ugly in Nashville. Micah Baskerville blocks a punt and takes it into the end zone for a 59-24 LSU lead.Micah Baskerville blocks the punt and recovers for a TD for LSU!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20192:53 p.m.: Burrow and LSU pouring it on. He’s 23 of 30 for 394 yards and six touchdowns, by the way.Joe Burrow with a perfect 16 yard TD to Ja’Marr Chase— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20192:42 p.m.: There’s no more room in the game for plays like this.GOOD LORD! Dylan McCaffrey got destroyed!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20192:40 p.m.: Oh, no. That looks like it hurt. Chase Garbers obviously out for now.Bad news for CAL, QB Chase Garbers was helped off the field after getting taken down awkwardly on this play.— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20192:38 p.m.: What a sequence of events in the LSU-Vandy game (Tigers lead 45-24):KE’SHAWN VAUGHN 52 YARDS TO THE HOUSE! #VANDY— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 2019LSU capitalized on the great field position. Joe Burrow hit Racey McMath for the 6 yard TD!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 2019Vandy tried an onside kick to start the 2nd half and it went horribly wrong… LSU damn near scored! 😂😂— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 2019LSU fumbles and Elijah McAllister recovers in the end-zone for the TD for Vandy before halftime!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20192:29 p.m.: It’s 35-0 Wisconsin. Ouch.Wisconsin is running Michigan off the field! Sheesh! 35-0!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20192:24 p.m.: Florida’s in good hands with this Trask guy. It’s 24-3 Florida.Kyle Trask with a perfect pass to Freddie Swain for the 29 yard TD! #Gators— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20192:18 p.m.: Now 28-13 Cal. Are the Golden Bears … good?Chase Garbers hits Jake Tonges short, safety misses the tackle and Tonges takes it 60 yards to the house!! #CAL— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20192:06 p.m.: Alabama can score on the ground too! Brian Robinson with the 6-yard touchdown run to make it 42-7 Tide.Brian Robinson powers his way in for the 6 yard TD #BAMA— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20192:03 p.m.: Chase Garbers making it 21-13 Cal over Ole Miss.Chase Garbers with a beautiful 9 yard TD to Jordan Duncan! #CAL— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20192 p.m.: A 51-yard touchdown reception for Ja’Marr Chase makes it 38-17 LSU. Guess this is the Tigers’ offense now.Joe Burrow hits Ja’Marr Chase short, Chase takes it 51 yards to the house!1st halfBurrow: 18/24, 357 yds, 4 TDsChase: 7 catches, 199 yds, 3 TDs— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20191:56 p.m.: Lamical Perine makes it 17-0 Florida with this 1-yard plunge.Lamical Perine 1 yard TD before halftime for the #Gators— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20191:49 p.m.: Tagovailoa scores his customary second-half touchdown, this time a 20-yard connection with Jeudy, to make it 35-7 Alabama. Assuming he’s done for the day, he’ll finish 16 of 20 for 290 yards and five touchdowns.Tua to Jeudy for the 20 yard TD!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20191:36 p.m.: You know it’s over when the freshman QB’s doing stuff like this. Wisconsin up 28-0 off the Jack Coan run.Michigan’s still getting beat down! Jack Coan adds to the lead with a 25 yard TD run!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20191:30 p.m.: Um, Adrian Magee (left guard) has a little dog in him.Oh my GOD! Watch LSU’s LG! Destroyed two Vandy players on this play!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20191:26 p.m.: A mauling. Michigan is out of its league in this one.Let’s check in on Michigan….— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20191:17 p.m.: Florida has two interceptions on Tennessee’s Jarrett Guarantano, who is struggling mightily in this one.😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20191:15 p.m.: Wisconsin’s up 21-0 thanks in part to the Badgers going 3 of 3 on fourth down. Here’s one of them.Wisconsin goes for it on 4th & 3, Jack Coan connects with Quintez Cephus for 26 yards!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20191:04 p.m.: And No. 23 Cal regains the lead on this 13-yard connection between Chase Garber and Christopher Brown Jr.CAL retakes the lead! Chase Garbers hits Christopher Brown Jr. for the 13 yard TD!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:59 p.m.: It’s a 28-point first quarter for LSU after this touchdown. Imagine the offensive output when LSU plays Alabama on Nov. 9.28 first quarter points for LSU! Joe Burrow with a nice 25 yard TD to Ja’Marr Chase!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:54 p.m.: And now the Biletnikoff winner gets a score. Tagovailoa to Jerry Jeudy for a 17-yard touchdown. He has three receptions for 32 yards and a score, while Tagovailoa is 12 of 13 for 237 yards and four touchdowns. (Also, peep the lost shoe on the Southern Miss DB).Tua with a 17 yard TD to a wide open Jerry Jeudy!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:48 p.m.: And now Najee Harris gives Alabama another touchdown. It’s 21-0 off his 5-yard catch out of the backfield.Tua with a 5 yard TD to a wide open Najee Harris!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:45 p.m.: Jonathan Taylor with a 72-yard touchdown run to make it 14-0 Wisconsin! He now has 12 carries for 143 yards and two touchdowns.JONATHAN TAYLOR 72 YARDS TO THE HOUSE!!! WISCONSIN UP 14-0 ON MICHIGAN!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:42 p.m.: Oh, Tennessee. In all seriousness, the Vols must capitalize on these opportunities when they’re available.Let’s check in on Tennessee….— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:40 p.m.: Clyde Edwards-Helaire makes it 21-7 LSU with this 9-yard touchdown. He has 62 yards and a score off four carries.LSU adds to the lead! 9 yard TD run by Clyde Edwards-Helaire!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:40 p.m.: Michigan’s Ronnie Bell is a dude.Catch was (wrongly) overturned but KC’s own Ronnie Bell has some dawg in him— Terez A. Paylor (@TerezPaylor) September 21, 201912:37: Ole Miss ties it at 7 with No. 23 Cal on this 1-yard run by Matt Corral:Ole Miss is on the board! Matt Corral keeps it himself for the 1 yard TD!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:34 p.m.: Did we mention LSU has a pass game now? A 64-yard touchdown connection betwen Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase makes it 14-7 LSU:LSU takes the lead! Joe Burrow hits Ja’Marr Chase, Chase takes it 64 yards to the house! #Tigers— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:30 p.m.: Disaster for Michigan. The Wolverines get inside the Wisconsin 10 with a 68-yard connection between Shea Patterson and Ronnie Bell, but a second-and-goal fumble by Ben Mason gives Wisconsin the ball back.12: 27 p.m.: Tagovailoa to Ruggs again. He now has three catches for 131 yards and two touchdowns. Tua Tagovailoa is 4 for 4 with 128 yards and two scores.HENRY RUGGS AGAIN!!! Tua with a 74 yard TD pass to Ruggs!He had to wait for the ball and did a whole spin and still burned the DB! #SpeedKills— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 20192:21 p.m.: No. 4 LSU’s ties it 7-all with a 4-yard connection between Joe Burrow and Justin Jefferson.LSU answers Vandy’s TD! Joe Burrow hits Justin Jefferson for the 4 yard TD!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:20 p.m.: Can’t forget Cal’s ranked either. The Golden Bears are up 7-0 because, well, you can’t get more open than this:CAL’s on the board first @ Ole Miss! Chase Garbers hits Trevon Clark for the 6 yard TD!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:17 p.m.: And Wisconsin’s on the board first with a 1-yard run from Jonathan Taylor. He has eight carries for 58 yards so far, including a long of 18.Wisconsin strikes first!! Jonathan Taylor with a 1 yard TD run! #Badgers— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:16 p.m.: Vanderbilt up 7-0 on LSU, just like everyone predicted. Eight plays and 75 yards for the Commodores, capped by a 5-yard run by Ke’Shawn Vaughn.Vandy strikes first! Ke’Shawn Vaughn powers in for the 5 yard TD!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 201912:10 p.m.: This is a very on-brand image for both teams.This is what the screen should look like at all times in a Wisconsin-Michigan game— Matt Brown (@MattBrownCFB) September 21, 201912:07 p.m.: Tua to Henry Ruggs III for a 45-yard touchdown. That’s Ruggs’ fourth of the season and Tagovailoa’s 13th passing touchdown. It’s Week 4 in college football, and it has a lot more to offer than a weekend in which no top-25 teams played each other.This week has three such games in No. 11 Michigan at No. 13 Wisconsin (noon, FOX) and a CBS doubleheader with No. 8 Auburn at No. 17 Texas A&M (3:30 p.m.) and No. 7 Notre Dame at No. 3 Georgia (8 p.m.).last_img read more