Utah 8-110112121%11%2% Alabama 8-121435%43%12% Clemson is sitting pretty at the top spot. Alabama leapfrogged Ohio State to be No. 2. While LSU and TCU slipped, Iowa and Stanford made big leaps.So go the latest College Football Playoff rankings. Were the selection committee to form a playoff this week, its top four would be Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State and Notre Dame. But who cares about this week? Let’s fast-forward to Dec. 6, when the final decision on this year’s playoff participants will be announced. Our model simulated the rest of the season, and the results are in the table below. TCU 8-1151239%10%4% Ohio State 9-032544%56%15% LSU 7-199814%12%3% Temple 8-122283944%<1%<1% Wisconsin 8-22517243%<1%<1% We project that three of the top four teams from this week will make the playoff, but we expect Baylor to surpass Notre Dame. It’s no guarantee, though; the Bears will play three games against top 15 teams — including a big one against Oklahoma on Saturday — so their playoff odds are only 31 percent.Another big change in our model since last week: Clemson has a lock on the No. 1 ranking. After gritting out a tough win over Florida State last week, the Tigers’ playoff odds are at 67 percent, with a 17 percent chance of taking the national title. Both numbers top all other teams. Ohio State has the second-highest odds of making the playoffs; the model put them at 56 percent. Alabama, fresh off an impressive win over LSU, has playoff odds of 43 percent.And finally, for you methodology diehards, we’ve made some slight tweaks to the model since last week. You can read about them here. For a deeper explanation, read Nate Silver’s original explanation of the model’s methodology. Oklahoma St. 9-0841338%23%5% Mississippi St. 7-21716153%3%<1% North Carolina 8-123182030%4%<1% Oklahoma 8-11214119%17%7% Michigan St. 8-11382211%10%1% Memphis 8-12131453%<1%<1% Clemson 9-013667%67%17% Navy 7-120155418%<1%<1% TeamCFPEloFPIConf. TitlePlayoffNat. Title Florida 8-111101438%17%3% Notre Dame 8-1469—30%8% USC 6-3—19719%1%<1% Houston 9-024223634%2%<1% Iowa 9-05132928%22%2% Baylor 8-067234%31%12% RankingProbability of … Michigan 7-214201613%7%1% Mississippi 7-3—26109%<1%<1% Northwestern 7-2182961<1%<1%<1% Stanford 8-1751152%28%6% Florida State 7-21624170%<1%<1% Oregon 6-3—23321%<1%<1% UCLA 7-21921186%3%<1% College Football Playoff (CFP) rankings as of Nov. 10.
Jamaica’s Senate Begins debate on National Identification and Registration Bill Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Bahamas DPM Turnquest, as IDB Governor, Talks Technology and Climate Change Resilience at IDB Conclave Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppSt. Catherine, #Jamaica – March 1, 2018 – A teacher rushes a school boy to hospital in Jamaica, but he still dies in the operating room after he and a friend collided with a van after school today in an are known as ‘Camp’.The other boy, left at the accident site is described as a sixth grader; he died at the scene of the accident around 4 p.m. Thursday.Reports from Jamaica at online news websites explain that the accident happened in Lluidas Vale in St Catherine.“The Grade 6 boy died on the spot, while the other died while undergoing treatment at Linstead Hospital in St Catherine.”Residents of the area are deeply grieved by the news of the tragedy, which remains unexplained at this hour. It said both boys attended the Lluidas Vale Primary School, also in #St.Catherine. Climate change pilot projects launched in Jamaica Related Items:#stcatherine, jamaica
Posted: May 3, 2018 RANCHO BERNARDO (KUSI) — Emergency responders were on the scene of a gas leak in the Rancho Bernardo area Thursday, which prompted a shelter-in-place warning and multiple road closures.The broken gas line located near West Bernardo Drive and Via Frontera was reported to SDG&E at approximately 10:30 a.m.As of 1:15 p.m., the gas leak had been contained, said SDG&E spokesman Joe Britton.Authorities asked residents in the area of West Bernardo Drive, Via del Campo, Via Frontera and Via Esprillo in Rancho Bernardo to shelter-in-place as a precaution as utility crews work to halt a natural gas leak in the neighborhood, according to San Diego police.Stretches of those roads also were closed due to the gas leak. All roads were reopened as of 1:15 p.m.No injuries were been reported. There were no service interruptions from the leak. May 3, 2018 Update: gas leak in #RanchoBernardo was controlled at 1:17 p.m. There are no reported service interruptions. Crews will be on the scene for the next 3-4 hours making repairs.— SDG&E (@SDGE) May 3, 2018 Updated: 10:58 PM Gas leak in Rancho Bernardo prompts shelter-in-place warning, road closures , Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter