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Danny Kanell Has Released His New Top 8

first_img Danny Kanell, the college football personality perhaps most associated with ACC homerdom, isn’t having it. Despite the fact that he will often bang the drum for the eye test and resumes, he’s keeping Dabo Swinney’s team at the top, even if they haven’t looked the part on the field.He released his top eight teams after Week 5:ClemsonAlabamaOhio StateOklahomaGeorgiaAuburnLSUWisconsinVia Twitter:No need to wait til tomorrow….after 5 weeks of college football #DKtop81. Clemson2. Bama 3. Ohio State4. Oklahoma 5. Georgia 6. Auburn 7. LSU8. Wisconsin— Danny Kanell (@dannykanell) September 29, 2019It is hard to really question the rest. Oklahoma was dominant against Texas Tech, Auburn was the same against Mississippi State and continues to add to perhaps the nation’s best resume. Wisconsin was sloppy against Northwestern but wrapped up another solid win.When asked by media colleague and former college quarterback Dan Orlovsky if he has Clemson at No. 1 by mistake, Kanell said that his policy is for No. 1 to stay at No. 1 until it loses.Nah bro I got principles! #1 stays #1 until someone knocks them off. Period. End of story.— Danny Kanell (@dannykanell) September 29, 2019 Keeping Clemson at No. 1 is almost solely based on preseason expectations and prior season results, which is what it is, but it is pretty incongruous with being willing to move the rest of the rankings based on how teams look each week. Danny Kanell, a consistent troll of Miami football, speaks on FS1.FS1Clemson was lucky to escape Chapel Hill with a win today. The No. 1 Tigers got a huge two-point conversion stop against the UNC Tar Heels with just over a minute left, and recovered a tricky onside kick attempt to seal a 21-20 win. That was enough for analyst Danny Kanell this week.North Carolina is better than most thought in year one under Mack Brown. Still, it is a team that the nation’s top program should handle by a few touchdowns, even on the road.The question now: will Clemson be No. 1 in the polls come tomorrow morning? Alabama had a convincing win, even if it wasn’t a thorough domination of Ole Miss. Georgia and LSU were on bye, and Ohio State made the weekend’s biggest statement with a massive 48-7 win at Nebraska.Some think Ohio State could jump up to No. 1. Others may only move Alabama ahead of the Tigers, for now.last_img read more


Panama’s Balboa Port Set for Expansion

first_imgzoom Port of BalboaThe Panama Ports Company (PPC), a part of Hong Kong-headquartered Hutchison Whampoa Ltd., has set aside a budget of around USD 110 million to expand Panama’s Balboa port throughout 2015, Reuters reports.The upgrade is expected to result in more loading and unloading space within the port, as well as to electrify the facility’s current fuel-burning crane zone, said Aitor Ibarreche, PPC Chief Executive Officer.“We expect this project will allow us to boost capacity to some 5 million containers, up 11 percent compared with the port’s current capacity,” said Ibarreche.The expansion purposely coincides with the massive, USD 7 billion Panama Canal upgrade project, scheduled for completion by 2016.Besides the Balboa Port, PPC operates the Cristobal Port on the Caribbean coast. World Maritime News Staff; October 13, 2014; Image: ASTLlast_img read more