The football team’s new helmets shone bright gold under the Notre Dame Stadium lights Saturday night, but many students left the stadium feeling lackluster after the Irish’s 31-17 loss to the Trojans. Senior Paul Lively said campus energy before the game was electric because of the later kickoff time. “The parking lots were really packed before the game, and all of the fans seemed to be having a great time with those few extra hours of tailgating,” Lively said. “It was also great to see the alumni and other fans on their feet for most of the game.” While fans were more energized for the game, Lively said he became frustrated once he got in the stands. “It was a disappointing result because it seemed like we were the better team on paper going into the game,” Lively said. “[Dayne] Crist’s fumble on the goal line really changed the outlook of the game as going from a possible tie game to down 14 points is hard to overcome.” Sophomore Tom McGuire said he was disheartened by the loss. “I thought we had the chance to have a statement game, and really show that we deserved to be ranked among the top teams in the country, but instead of playing up to our potential, we regressed,” McGuire said. “I know this team has a lot of talent and potential, but they didn’t play like it Saturday night.” The match was the first home night game played in Notre Dame Stadium since 1990. McGuire said the energy on campus before the game did not live up to his expectations. “The pep rally should have been later, so that students coming back from fall break could have actually gone,” McGuire said. “The University should have ran with the student-organized green-out and publicized it. I believe Notre Dame Stadium can and should be an intimidating place to play. Saturday night was a step in the right direction, but we can do better.” Sophomore Erin Killmurray said she was excited for Saturday’s festivities leading up to the game, but was disappointed that the day did not end with a win. “I was not impressed with the football team’s performance, by any means, especially on the defensive front,” Killmurray said. “However, I thought [George] Atkinson’s punt return was awesome.” As she looks to the upcoming game against Navy, Killmurray said she hopes for a similar atmosphere in the Stadium, but a different final score. “The best part of the weekend was probably tailgating and getting to see a bunch of different people because we had so much time,” Killmurray said. “I’m hoping Navy will be just as fun and intense but will produce a different outcome on the field.”
Log in with your social account Facebook Forgot Password ? LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Topics : Linkedin Statistics Indonesia (BPS) will carry out the 10-year national population census in person in September, despite the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.The BPS is scheduled to commence its door-to-door efforts on Sept. 1, when census takers will visit homes to conduct interviews or provide questionnaires, according to the agency’s head Suhariyanto during the kick-off ceremony on Monday.The effort will complement the online census that the BPS held earlier between February and May this year.“Population data is the key to planning in various sectors, including food [security], housing, education, health care and transportation, among others. There is unlikely to be any appropriate policy without accurate data,” Suhariyanto said on Monday. “It is not only significant for the present but also significant to anticipate the future of Indonesia.”This year mark… census population BPS offline COVID-19 online Google
Live like a Wallaby: Rugby star selling up MORE: Where to buy a renovator’s delight Bianca McInnes-Ball and with four-year-old triplets, Havana, Harlan and Haven at the RSL Art Union’s next dream home prize of three Broadbeach waterfront villas valued at $4.8 million. Picture: Jerad WilliamsA NEW survey has found that COVID-19 has caused a swing in attitude among Australians that could have long-term effects on the property market. Inside one of three luxury villas that are the prize in the RSL Art Union Draw 377.More from newsCOVID-19 renovation boom: How much Aussies are spending to give their houses a facelift during the pandemic3 days agoWhizzkid buys almost one property a month during COVID-197 days ago“I think these unusual times have changed our perspective and when we asked our customers, the results showed a shift away from the preference to have their dream house near work. Of course, with this prize you could win a luxury lifestyle plus plenty of space for your extended family to move in next door.”She said they continued to see strong support for the RSL Art Union and veterans throughout the COVID lockdown, “as people embrace the possibility of winning their dream home while supporting an important cause at the same time”. Hottest properties on the mortgagee sales list The RSL Art Union surveyed“We tend to live in our own little bubble,” she said of their life in Mudgeeraba, where they currently live. “We’re lucky where we live as our suburb is super close-knit.”RSL Art Union General Manager, Tracey Bishop was not surprised by the finding that Aussies had changed their perspective when it came to their dream homes post lockdown. For Mrs McInnes-Ball, the newest prize is the ideal dream home.“My idea of a dream home would be to fit all the children in comfortably, have a pool, which they are all so desperate for, and have somewhere that the kids could be for as long as they ever wanted.”“Realistically, setting them up for life,” she said, adding “and somewhere that has enough car spaces, five kids in five years, no idea what I’m going to do when they all get their licences”. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK The RSL Art Union Draw 377 – three Broadbeach waterfront villas valued at $4.8m – is the dream property that could house three families together.In that spirit, Gold Coast local Bianca McInnes-Ball is among those eyeing off the RSL Art Union’s next dream home prize of three Broadbeach waterfront villas valued at $4.8 million.She counts herself among the lucky ones living close to family.“We are all super close, I am one of five and (husband) Aaron has a brother with five children and our parents are all close as well.” Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow much do I need to retire?00:58 The survey, conducted by RSL Art Union in December and again in May, looked at what makes a “dream home” for Australians. It found that more people valued proximity to work or places they regularly visited (14 per cent), compared with those who wanted to be closer to their family and friends (10 per cent). When the same survey was held in May, 77 per cent valued proximity to family rather than work.
The five-man shortlist for the BBC African Footballer of the Year 2014 has been revealed.Title holder Yaya Toure has been nominated for the sixth consecutive year, along with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Yacine Brahimi, Vincent Enyeama and Gervinho.The winner will be decided by fans of African football, who have until 18:00 GMT on Monday, 24 November to vote for their choice.You can vote online here.Or to vote for BBC African Footballer of the Year 2014 by SMS, text the number of the player you wish to vote for to +447786202008.Text 1 for Pierre-Emerick AubameyangText 2 for Yacine BrahimiText 3 for Vincent EnyeamaText 4 for GervinhoText 5 for Yaya ToureStandard international text rates apply. Please check with your service provider. SMS votes are limited to one vote per mobile phone number.Terms and conditions apply. The winner will be announced on Monday, 1 December.Four of the nominees played at this summer’s World Cup in Brazil, where for the first time in the tournament’s history two African sides made it out of the group phase.Goalkeeper Enyeama played in the last 16 of the tournament with Nigeria, while Brahimi reached the same stage with Algeria.Enyeama, 32, went into the event off the back of outstanding campaign for French club Lille – he kept 21 clean sheets for them last season.In Spain, forward Brahimi’s efforts for Granada led to him being named best African player in the country last term and earning a move to Porto. Both players carried their excellent club form into the showpiece finals and caught the eye with superb performances – as did Ivory Coast forward Gervinho.The Roma player has been a revelation in Italy since leaving English Premier League side Arsenal, scoring 10 goals in 39 games for the Serie A side.He and his compatriot Toure did not make it out of their group in Brazil, but on a personal note both have enjoyed impressive seasons.Midfielder Toure helped guide Manchester City to their second Premier League title in three years. He also won the Capital One Cup.Although striker Aubameyang did not play at Brazil 2014 – because Gabon did not qualify – he makes the shortlist for the second year in a row thanks to his club form. The 25-year-old has settled in his second season with German side Borussia Dortmund and his improvement has been particularly noticeable in the Champions League, where he has already scored three times in the current campaign.Previous winners of BBC African Footballer of the Year award:2013 – Yaya Toure (Manchester City & Ivory Coast)2012 – Chris Katongo (Henan Construction & Zambia)2011 – Andre Ayew (Marseille & Ghana) 2010 – Asamoah Gyan (Sunderland & Ghana)2009 – Didier Drogba (Chelsea & Ivory Coast)2008 – Mohamed Aboutrika (Al Ahly & Egypt)2007 – Emmanuel Adebayor (Arsenal & Togo)2006 – Michael Essien (Chelsea & Ghana) 2005 – Mohamed Barakat (Al Ahly & Egypt)2004 – Jay-Jay Okocha (Bolton & Nigeria)2003 – Jay-Jay Okocha (Bolton & Nigeria)2002 – El Hadji Diouf (Liverpool & Senegal)2001 – Sammy Kuffour (Bayern Munich & Ghana) 2000 – Patrick Mboma (Parma & Cameroon)
Satterfield will take over for Bobby Petrino, and he has been one of the top coaches in the Group of 5 conferences in recent years. He has won at least a share of the last three Sun Belt titles, and the Mountaineers’ most recent championship came Saturday after Appalachian State beat Louisiana 30-19 in the title game. The Mountaineers finished the season 10-2.Satterfield put together an impressive 51-24 record in his six seasons as the program’s coach. Louisville’s search for a new coach seems to be over.Athletic director Vince Tyra has chosen Appalachian State coach Scott Satterfield to lead the Cardinals next season, and that decision is scheduled to be announced at Tuesday’s press conference, according to a Courier-Journal report. Kansas State coach Bill Snyder retires after 27 seasons Satterfield, 45, played quarterback at Appalachian State from 1991-95 and returned three years later as wide receivers coach.Louisville parted ways with Petrino, the programs winningest coach, with just two games left in the season. The Cardinals went on to finish 2-10 — which was one win better than the school’s one-win performance in 1997. Related News Jim McElwain to be named as Central Michigan coach, report says