ESPN Predicts The Winner Of The Michigan-Penn State Game

first_imgShea Patterson of the Michigan Wolverines looks to pass.ANN ARBOR, MI – OCTOBER 13: Shea Patterson #2 of the Michigan Wolverines looks to pass while playing the Wisconsin Badgers on October 13, 2018 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Michigan won the game 38-13. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)If the Michigan Wolverines are going to run the table in the Big Ten, then Jim Harbaugh’s squad will need to defeat another ranked opponent next weekend. With Penn State coming into town for an intense battle, the stakes will be high.The Wolverines were off this past week, meanwhile the Nittany Lions were in a tough showdown against Iowa. Despite playing in brutal weather, Penn State improved its record to 6-2 on the season.Michigan was rolling before the bye week, and ESPN fully expects them to continue its winning ways on Saturday.According to the FPI, the Wolverines have a 68.6 percent chance of defeating the Nittany Lions.The duo of Shea Patterson and Karan Higdon has carried Michigan’s offense through the first half of the season. Well, they’ll need to bring their best efforts in order to keep pace with Trace McSorley and Miles Sanders.Penn State and Michigan are set to kick off at 3:45 p.m. ET from Ann Arbor.Who do you think will win this matchup?last_img read more

PPPs Gail Teixeira prepared to renounce Canadian citizenship …following CJs ruling

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedGovt dual citizens will return to National Assembly – Chief WhipMarch 26, 2019In “latest news”Govt being “duplicitous” by failing to remove its dual citizenship MPs – JagdeoMarch 29, 2019In “latest news”‘I am not illegal’ – Harmon says on returning to ParliamentMarch 29, 2019In “latest news” Opposition PPP/C Chief Whip, Gail TeixeiraFollowing Acting Chief Justice Roxane George, SC, landmark ruling on Thursday that a person holding dual citizenship cannot be a Member of Guyana’s Parliament, Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo has said that PPP/C MP Gail Teixeira, is prepared to renounce her Canadian Citizenship. Jagdeo made the revelation during his weekly press conference today (Friday) at the party’s headquarters at Freedom House.Minister of State, Joseph HarmonAccording to the party’s General Secretary, the National Assembly is clear that a MP having dual citizenship will have implications and as such, he revealed Teixeria’s decision.“She is prepared to give up her Canadian citizenship, I spoke to members on my side about it…she said so voluntarily, I know that she has been thinking about it for a while and I didn’t call her to ask her if she will, I spoke with her and she said that,” Jagdeo revealed.Further, Jagdeo noted that the APNU/AFC Coalition Government presently have several Ministers who also hold dual citizenship; including Minister of State Joseph Harmon and Vice President and Foreign Affairs Minister, Carl Greenidge.Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge,“Harmon now may no longer be a Minister by virtue of the constitution, he has to resign because of the ruling and the same goes for Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs…this puts us in new territory. I have no doubt that the Government will try to appeal this and CJ will uphold ruling…the ruling is clear, you cannot be a dual citizen in the National Assembly…that’s what our constitutions says” Jagdeo recognized.He noted however that the PPP/C will be holding an executive meeting later on Friday where they will discuss a way forward and whether the law could be amended…“All of this will come out of a process for constitutional reform”.Acting Chief Justice Roxanne George-WiltshireJustice George at the High Court on Thursday pronounced on the case filed by Compton Reid over the dual citizenship of former AFC Member of Parliament (MP) Charrandas Persaud, whose vote in support of the Opposition sponsored no confidence motion on December 21 saw the toppling of the Coalition government.According to the CJ, by swearing allegiance to another state, a dual citizen is not qualified to be elected to serve in the National Assembly. read more