There Is A Potential FCS-Over-FBS Upset Brewing

first_imgThree footballs next to a pylon(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Nothing says chaos like an FCS team beating an FBS opponent. We’ve already seen a couple of those upsets so far this season and its only Week 1.Is another one brewing in North Carolina? It certainly seems that way.ECU is hosting North Carolina A&T this afternoon. Late in the fourth quarter, the Aggies lead 28-23.A&T scored to take the lead on a 17-yard touchdown pass from Kylil Carter to Elijah Bell with 7:05 remaining.TD AGGIES! 3rd lead change in the 4th quarter as N.C. A&T takes a 28-23 lead with 7:05 remaining! #NCATvsECU pic.twitter.com/aTIe9B4ncU— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) September 2, 2018Now, there’s less than five minutes remaining. However, ECU just got the ball back, so maybe they can get something going.ECU head coach Scottie Montgomery is on the hot seat after back-to-back 3-9 seasons. Losing this game certainly won’t help his cause.We will keep you posted on the outcome of this game.last_img read more

Doctors to go on strike tomorrow against FTA with Singapore

Singapore firms will also be allowed to bid for Government procurement projects by selected large government entities and state-owned enterprises. (Colombo Gazette) The deal guarantees tariff-free access for Singapore exports to Sri Lanka on 80 per cent of all tariff lines for 15 years. The FTA between Sri Lanka and Singapore was signed in January this year. Singapore already applies a zero tariff rate for 99 per cent of the items listed in the tariff schedule for Sri Lankan exports to Singapore.The deal also covers services, with the two countries committing to allow greater access in each other’s markets for professional, environmental, construction, tourism and travel-related services. Government doctors are to stage a token strike tomorrow against the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Sri Lanka and Singapore.The Government Medical Officers Association (GMOA) said that the strike will commence at 8am tomorrow and will be a one day strike. read more