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— 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

UN chief to spotlight progress on womens and childrens health on Asian

10 November 2011Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will depart on Saturday for an official visit to Bangladesh, Thailand and Indonesia to highlight advances in the three Asian nations on women’s and children’s health. Mr. Ban will showcase the progress and leadership of these countries in the context of the “Every Woman Every Child” effort he initiated last year, according to his spokesperson.With over $40 billion dollars in funding, the initiative aims to help countries work together to improve women and children’s health, and asks them to honour their commitments on the issue, develop a framework to ensure accountability, and work together to bring new partners.As of last month, more than 60 countries have committed to step up efforts to improve women and children’s health, of which 57 are developing nations. Mr. Ban will conclude his week-long trip in Bali, Indonesia, with the fourth summit between the United Nations and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). read more

FRENCH LEAGUE RISING Millions for TV rights

There are some great things happening in French club handball these days, and latest news about TV rights surely acclaim that. The league which stands for second strongest in the world right up to this point, with the most expensive team in the world (Paris Saint Germaint) have sold out their broadcasting rights and will be watched next five seasons for the incredible amount of 20 million euros!Media Centre beIN SPORTS (subsidairy of famous AL Jazeera company), which is owned by the same people as PSG Handball, is to blame for this arrangement. They have already bought the rights for World championchip in 2015 for men and 2017 both for men and women. Their great conditions have put to and end contract of French Canal+ which broadcasted French league for 1,2 euros per season. French league will be available in countries on the north of Africa, Middle East and Australia… meanwhile, clubs can expect to benefit for at least 50 thousand euros per season.There is no doubt that in years to come LNH1 will be serious candidate to dethrone Bundesliga from European handball top. They have already stepped out financially. German SPORT1 currently does Bundesliga broadcasts for amount of 1,8 million euros per season. Considering that French have no worries about their national team, popularity of this sport isn’t endagered as it is in Germany.MAID BEGIC & SRETEN RASKOVIC bein sports handballbein sports handball rtvFrench handballhandballhandball tv ← Previous Story Danish Play Off preview: KIF Kolding and Skjern the biggest favorites Next Story → Kielce “4 of 4” against Wisla! read more