NEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes shouts on the sidelines against the Alabama Crimson Tide during the All State Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)Ohio State came into this afternoon’s contest against Nebraska hoping to get back on track following the Buckeyes’ blowout loss at Purdue last weekend. Typically, Urban Meyer teams fare extremely well in games following a loss. Many were expecting a blowout win for Ohio State today.So far, though, it’s been more of the same frustrating play for Urban Meyer’s Ohio State team.The Buckeyes are officially on “Upset Alert” once again, actually.It’s Nebraska 21, No. 10 Ohio State 16 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.Ohio State players left the field to boos. That does not happen often.Halftime in Columbus…Nebraska 21, #10 Ohio State 16The Buckeyes left the field to halftime boos. pic.twitter.com/qVWAlHMtUE— Eleven Warriors (@11W) November 3, 2018Nebraska is a young team, and the Huskers made several mistakes in the first half. The odds suggest that mistakes will continue and Ohio State will have opportunities to take advantage of them.Still, this is extremely troubling for Urban Meyer and Co. The Buckeyes clearly still have a ton of issues to take care of.Ohio State and Nebraska are playing on FOX. The second half should begin soon.
From start to finish, opening a new school in Nova Scotia will take less time, now that a new site selection process is in place. “Getting a new school is very exciting for communities, but often, under the old process, lengthy delays meant some schools took up to six years to complete,” said Zach Churchill, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development. “The new, simplified process can significantly reduce this time so families don’t have to wait longer than necessary to benefit from a new school.” As part of the new site selection process the school community will continue to have input on school design. The process also requires the following: in the case of a replacement school, the existing school site will be considered first, before looking for a new site engineers will conduct a technical site review to first ensure the site is appropriate, considering things like access to power, water, sewage, transportation, proximity to the community it will serve and other criteria if two or more viable sites meet the technical criteria, the community will be consulted on the preferred option in a situation where there is only one suitable site option, government may choose to proceed with building a school in the location and will provide information to the public on the site Government is also introducing a revised long-term school capital plan process. Under the new capital plan process, Regional Centres for Education, the Conseil scolaire acadien provincial and staff from the Departments of Education and Early Childhood Development and Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, will form a committee to review and prioritize proposed capital projects. A complete list of projects, assigned a priority rank of high, medium or low, will be provided to government for final decisions based on budget and regional fairness considerations.