“It was, quite honestly, my impression that it was well known that I was not who I claimed to be, and that in the absence of any confirmation, no respectible (sic) publication would print it,” he wrote.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Following revelations that a high-ranking member of Wikipedia’s bureaucracy used his cloak of anonymity to lie about being a professor of religion, the free Internet encyclopedia plans to ask contributors who claim such credentials to identify themselves. Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales said in interviews by phone and instant message Wednesday from Japan that contributors still would be able to remain anonymous. But he said they should only be allowed to cite some professional expertise in a subject if those credentials have been verified. “We always prefer to give a positive incentive rather than absolute prohibition, so that people can contribute without a lot of hassle,” Wales wrote. Wales suggested such a plan two years ago, but the idea suddenly gained currency after the recent discovery that a prolific Wikipedia contributor who wrote under the pen name “Essjay” and claimed to be a professor of theology turned out to be Ryan Jordan, a 24-year-old college dropout. Jordan’s fraud came to light last week when The New Yorker published an editor’s note stating that a 2006 Wikipedia profile in the magazine had erroneously described Essjay’s purported academic resume. The New Yorker said a Wikipedia higher-up had vouched for Essjay to Stacy Schiff, the author of the piece, but that neither knew Essjay’s real identity. In addition to contributing thousands of articles to the sprawling Web encyclopedia, Jordan had recently been promoted to arbitrator, a position for trusted members of the online community. Arbitrators can overrule an edit made by another volunteer or block people who abuse the site. Jordan also was hired in January by Wikia Inc., a for-profit venture run by Wales. He has since been dismissed. Jordan has not returned an e-mail seeking comment from The Associated Press. But in a note on his Wikipedia “user page” before it was officially “retired,” he apologized for any harm he caused Wikipedia.
He is due to arrive in Gosford, 75 kilometres (47 miles) north of Sydney, on his own this weekend and has made just one demand — that his hire car is black.“Colour of choice, apparently,” Mariners chief executive Shaun Mielekamp told the Sydney Daily Telegraph Monday. “So black it is.”Asked if there had been other demands, he said: “No, there’s only that one.“We’ve had no requests for private bodyguards, personal masseurs, chauffeurs. Nothing about providing bottled water from France, either,” he added.And his hire car won’t be top of the range either. Instead, he will make do with one of the Hyundais the club is provided with each year as part of a sponsorship deal.Asked how Team Bolt would fit inside anything but a stretch limo, Mielekamp told the newspaper: “There isn’t any entourage.“It’s only Bolt and his manager, and the latter is already here. So when Usain arrives at Sydney airport this weekend, he will be travelling alone. “And when he drives, it will be in a Hyundai like everyone else at the club.”Despite the Jamaican’s no-frills approach, managing his presence will be a tougher proposition with extra security guards on hand for any public appearances and club training sessions moved to a larger venue to cater for demand.“The one thing we’ve been really firm on is that Usain, while trialling for a contract, be treated the same as any player,” said Mielekamp.“Obviously, we understand the realities of having somebody of his profile. But (when it comes to football) there will be no advantages.“And that’s what Bolt wants — this is about his football journey. He’s coming here for the right reasons.”Bolt dominated sprinting since taking double individual gold at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. He went on to win a further six Olympic golds and pick up 11 world titles.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Usain Bolt’s only request is a black hire car, Australia’s Central Coast Mariners have said © AFP / Thomas SAMSONSydney, Australia, Aug 13 – Usain Bolt might be a superstar athlete but the fastest man ever won’t be getting special treatment when he arrives in Australia in his bid to become a professional footballer.Australia’s Central Coast Mariners have agreed to help the eight-time Olympic champion achieve his long-held dream, letting him train with the club indefinitely in his pursuit of a playing contract.
DIAMOND BAR – A restaurant that neighbors complain is being run more like a nightclub has prompted the city to take legal action. The city filed a complaint against Scribbles Grille and Restaurant, 245Gentle Springs Lane in Diamond Bar, on May 5 at Los Angeles Superior Court. “They are operating outside of the conditional-use permit and are creating public safety issues,” Assistant City Manager Dave Doyle said. Under the permit, the eatery was authorized to operate as a restaurant with live entertainment for private parties, which were to be held in the banquet room, Doyle said. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsBut residents in a nearby condominium complex have complained in recent months of loud music, large gatherings of patrons outside the restaurant and cases of people using the condominium’s parking lot, Doyle said, and police have been called to the restaurant to break up fights. “They are creating safety issues and disturbing the nearby patron community,” Doyle said. Scribbles owners did not return calls seeking comment. At its meeting May 2, the City Council modified the conditional- use permit, ruling there was to be no live entertainment in the restaurant. The owner still did not follow the rules, Doyle said, so the city filed a complaint and plans to go to court June 28. “They are not abiding by the rules of the conditional-use permit,” City Attorney Michael Jenkins said. “We are trying to enforce City Council’s order that there be no entertainment in the restaurant in the future.” firstname.lastname@example.org (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2303160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Simon Covenney has promised to meet with 40 fishermen from Arainn Mhor island after their lobster pots and other equipment was washed away or destroyed by storm Udo.The fishermen estimate they have lost more than €100,000 worth of fishing equipment during the storm which wreaked havoc earlier this week.And now they face complete financial ruin because they cannot replace their pots because of a backlog of orders with lobster-pot makers. Spokesman for the fishermen on the island Gerry Early said they have been left devastated by their loss.“We knew it was going to be a bad storm but we never thought it would cause such damage. The older fishermen said it was the worst in their lifetime.“The men are sitting round twiddling their thumbs because fishing is all they can and now they can’t do that,” he said.Since 2006 the fishermen have been banned from fishing almost 50 species and now depend mostly on lobster and crab fishing. They say that if these new regulations were eased, then they could make a living with other fishing gear.“We could get up and running in just a couple of days. But the bottom line is that the Government simply will not allow us.“Our hands are tied and the island will simply die if we are not allowed to get back to the sea. What other employment is there on an island?” asked Mr Early.A meeting of the fishermen on the island, which has a population of just over 500, heard how some of the younger fishermen say they are willing to break the law and risk going to jail by fishing for banned species including salmon.“We all have to live within the law and we have done so since 2006. But the reality is that families will either starve or have to leave the island if they are now allowed to fish,” added Mr Early. He appealed to all politicians to come to their aid or the island could die, he warned.EndsFISHERMEN DEVASTATED AFTER €100,000 OF LOBSTER POTS WASHED AWAY BY STORM was last modified: May 25th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Arainn Mor islandlobster pots
VALENCIA – Individual high school tennis standouts make headlines. Deep teams typically win championships. That bodes well for the Foothill League favorite, Valencia High’s girls’ team. The Vikings are not without top individuals – twin sisters Alexa and Cassie Strange, seniors with Div. I college prospects, are considered the league’s best players – but their depth could mean another deep playoff run for the Southern Section Div. III semifinalist. That depth was apparent in Monday’s 17-1 league victory over Burroughs of Burbank. Valencia coach Annie Kellogg substituted freely in the match, using freshman Isabella Friecheck in place of Alexa Strange and sophomore Courtney Kaska in place of Cassie Strange. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 “The teams that go far in playoffs go 9-10-11 players deep,” Kellogg said. Valencia’s dominant doubles play – they are 27-0 after two league matches – is another bright spot. “I can’t take anything away from my singles players,” Kellogg said, “but I need a lot of those sets in doubles.” Valencia’s No. 1 doubles team, Kristin Anderson and Monique Palmera, won its sets 6-2, 6-3, 6-1. No. 2 team Alexandra Horii and Carissa Eisler won their sets 6-2, 6-1, 6-0. Also impressive was the No. 3 doubles team Lehren MacKay and Heather Kerschen, who trailed in two sets – including a 5-2 deficit in the opener – but pulled off a 7-5, 6-2, 6-0 sweep. “They were making a lot of unforced errors in the first match, but they started playing well, and the train kept rolling from there,” Kellogg said. “I was really happy to see that fighting spirit.” A force: Sophomore Holly Beaman has emerged as one of underclassman-heavy Saugus’ top players. Beaman, who has won eight of nine sets in league play, and freshman Phalia Wilcyznski – Saugus’s Nos. 1 and 2 players – form what should be a solid nucleus for the next few years. Wilcyznski has been enrolled at Saugus since the start of the school year, but she was cleared to play two weeks ago after zoning issues were addressed. “Our team isn’t going away,” Saugus coach Allan Hardbarger said. “We’re going to be a force for the next couple of years, at least.” Holiday observance: All Tuesday Foothill League matches were moved to Monday in recognition of the Jewish New Year’s observance. Next week’s matches scheduled for Oct. 13 will be played on the 12th in observance of Yom Kippur. One Saugus player would have missed two matches if not for the scheduling change, Hardbarger said. “I don’t think it would be right to almost force someone to attend matches and do things that conflict with their religion,” said Hardbarger, who teaches math at Saugus and noted that administrators told instructors at the school to back off on heavy assignments during Jewish high holidays. “There’s a significant Jewish population in the school, and they need to be recognized,” Hardbarger said. Gideon Rubin, (818)713-3607 email@example.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Tags:#Apple#HTC#iPad#iPhone#Samsung Here’s one for you: how is it that some of the smartest, richest, market-savviest companies on the planet – allegedly – can’t seem to figure out how to name their products in a way that isn’t strikingly confusing?The “new iPad” is not to be confused with the iPad 2. The new iPad is in fact, iPad 3. Only, Apple doesn’t call it that – nor do they market it as “new iPad” anymore, either. Rather, it is now branded as “iPad with Retina display” – with the “R” capitalized, though not the “d.”Don’t ask me why.While the iPad with Retina display is newer than iPad 2 it does not come with a model number. Nor does the iPad Mini. At least, not yet. I assume that Apple will still sell “iPad Mini” – likely at a lower price – when the newest “Mini” model is released. Which I’m also guessing will be called “iPad Mini with Retina display.” Or maybe iPad Mini 2. After that, all bets are off.Which brings up the question: how is it that some of the smartest, richest, market-savviest companies on the planet – allegedly – can’t seem to figure out how to name their products in a way that isn’t strikingly confusing?Welcome To Branding HellWhat comes after iPhone 5? iPhone 5S, perhaps? Or iPhone 6? Is there any real difference? And will it come pre-loaded with iOS 7?Yet despite the inexplicable naming conventions that Apple uses for its products, it’s not the worst perpetrator – not even close. Which is better? The HTC One or the HTC First? How is it possible that HTC offers multiple “Ones” at the same time? Which “one” do you want?HTC OneHTC One SHTC One SVHTC One VHTC One XHTC One X+ (no, I did not make that up)I’m not even going to attempt to wade through the angrily confusing versions and price points of software products, such as Microsoft Office. There’s “Premium,” “365,” “Enterprise,” Mid-Sized Business” – to name only a few! Technology is here to help us. Otherwise, it does not belong. Technology with a confusing name is, therefore, suspect. If you can’t even get the name right, what else might be wrong with it?A Galaxy Far, Far AwayConsider Samsung. Go into an AT&T store, for example, and there you find at least six different “Samsung Galaxy” devices. These are not to be confused, however, with the various “Galaxy Nexus” devices. In other words, the Galaxy brand name now means essentially nothing.If you don’t believe me, just answer this question: which Galaxy is right for you? A Samsung Galaxy S III or a Samsung Galaxy Note II? Will you even bother to find out? Should you have to try?What? There’s a line of various Galaxy “Tabs”? Does Samsung not want my business?And is the Galaxy Note 8.0 four times better than the Galaxy Note II? (Or do Roman numerals count for more?) Wait. Will the next version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 be a 10.2? Nor is it possible to divine the brand meaning – and thus the brand value – of the Motorola Droid line versus Android versus Nexus – all of which is owned by Google. Which I’ve heard is now overseen by the Google Chrome team.Do companies just pick names out of a hat?If not, then how much money did Nokia pay its marketing staff to promote the Lumia 820 as “our most versatile phone?” Was it more or less than they paid the team that branded the Lumia 920 as “our most amazing phone?” In just the U.S., there is a Lumia 710, 800 810, 820, 822, 900 and 920. I dare you to uncover the meaning, intent, price, value, speed and/or ability of any of those based on their actual name. According to Nokia’s own site, the Lumia 900 is available “from $0.01” whereas the Lumia 800 is “from 526.72.” Why? It seems backwards.And, no, I am even going to try and select which of these fourteen different Blackberry smartphones is right for me.Are these companies even paying attention? Maybe it’s time for some brand simplification to put some sense in the market place.Image courtesy of Shutterstock. Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Related Posts The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology brian s hall Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech …
LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side “There’s still a positive take because when you think about it, we committed 41 turnovers and we still didn’t get blown out,” said Sablan in Filipino Saturday at Smart Araneta Coliseum following the Tigers’ 88-81 defeat.“We could’ve even won if we managed to limit our errors. We were up in assists, rebounds, it’s just that we committed so many turnovers.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingUST did outrebound Adamson, 47-32, and had three more assists, 19-16, but off the Tigers’ miscues, 16 of which came off steals.Sablan, though, rued his team’s lack of chemistry with half of his team’s 16-man roster are new players. Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters ‘A complete lie:’ Drilon refutes ‘blabbermouth’ Salo’s claims NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul View comments Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST PLAY LIST 01:00Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST00:50Trending Articles02:13UAAP Season 80 preview: UST Growling Tigers02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games NU tops FEU to remain undefeated in PVL UST head coach Boy Sablan. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netUniversity of Santo Tomas head coach Boy Sablan remained positive despite the Growling Tigers sloppy performance in a loss to the Adamson Falcons Saturday.UST turned the ball over 41 times, the most since Far Eastern University committed 44 turnovers back in 2003, but Sablan still saw a silver lining.ADVERTISEMENT Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ MOST READ Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “Honestly, the team’s chemistry isn’t that solid,” said Sablan. “We still haven’t translated the things we’ve done in practice into our games.” Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo
India slumped to their first Champions Trophy defeat since 2009 as Virat Kohli’s men lost to Sri Lanka by 7 wickets in their second Group B encounter at The Oval.In the ICC Champions Trophy, India were last beaten by Pakistan by 54 runs in 2009 when MS Dhoni was captain.Sri Lanka displayed excellent determination to complete a record chase of 322 runs – the previous highest target successfully chased at The Oval in ODIs was by India (317 runs) against England in 2007 – as the Indian bowling attack were unable to pick wickets and instead leaked a lot of runs.Another massive feat achieved by Sri Lanka with this win is that for the second time, they chased down a 250+ target against Virat Kohli’s India – the only team to do so.Thanks to an opening stand of over 100 runs by Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan and some composed death batting by MS Dhoni, India were able to put up 321 runs on the board, even as the Sri Lankan bowlers managed to restrict India from firing up late.During the chase, Danushka Gunathilaka and Kusal Mendis forged a remarkable 159-run second wicket stand to almost bat India out of the match. Even after Gunathilaka was run out by Dhoni, Kusal Perera and Angelo Mathews scored 47 (retired hurt) and 52 not out to comfortably chase down the massive total.Group B split open with Sri Lanka’s victory as all the four teams – India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and South Africa – stood at 2 points each and any two teams can make it to the semi-finals as India take on South Africa on June 11 and Sri Lanka face Pakistan on June 12.advertisementMost losses despite scoring 300 batting first:13 England11 INDIA9 Australia7 West Indies5 NZ/ Pak / SL4 South Africa#INDvSL #CT17- Rajneesh Gupta (@rgcricket) June 8, 2017Highest successful chases vs India in ODIs:322/6 by Pak (Mohali 2007)322/3 by SL (Tonight)#IndvSL #CT17- Rajneesh Gupta (@rgcricket) June 8, 2017
NEW YORK — Luis Severino impressed players on both sides during his much-anticipated major league debut. He just didn’t get much support from those in his own dugout.Steven Wright handcuffed a torrid New York Yankees lineup with his steady supply of floating knuckleballs, and David Ortiz hit a colossal home run for the Boston Red Sox in their 2-1 victory on Aug. 5.A costly throwing error by third baseman Chase Headley helped spoil Severino’s first start with the Yankees. The prized pitching prospect yielded only two hits over five encouraging innings. He struck out seven and walked none.“He’s got poise. I told you I didn’t think his surroundings would affect him a whole lot. We saw that in spring training,” Manager Joe Girardi said. “I definitely think it’s a positive for him and what he could mean for us moving forward.”The Yankees said the 21-year-old Severino, the youngest pitcher to make a big league start this season, became the first hurler in American League history to give up no more than two hits with seven strikeouts and no walks in his debut.“That young kid, he’s got good stuff, man. I think he’s going to be pretty good,” Ortiz said. “I think at the end of the game he was missing location a little bit, but other than that, his stuff is very explosive.”Severino (0-1) threw 94 pitches, flashing a 97 mph fastball and sharp slider. The right-hander began the season in Double-A, then went 7-0 with a 1.91 ERA in 11 starts at Triple-A — where he did not give up a homer in 61 1/3 innings.“He’s a guy that we expect to be here for a long time, so it was fun to watch him pitch,” teammate Mark Teixeira said.Koji Uehara retired pinch-hitter Brian McCann on a fly to center with two on for his 24th save.Alejandro De Aza hit an RBI double with two outs in the second — immediately following Headley’s 18th error. Ortiz connected on a 96 mph 2-0 fastball from Severino leading off the fourth, a drive that landed more than halfway up the elevated concrete bleachers in right field.“I gave them an extra out and they took advantage of it. But he really came out and threw the ball great, so I think he’s going to be a great addition for us,” Headley said.The last-place Red Sox snapped an eight-game road losing streak behind Wright (5-4). He struck out nine in eight innings, setting career highs in both categories for the second consecutive start.Tossing his 74-75 mph knuckler to both sides of the plate, the 30-year-old righty allowed just four hits — including Carlos Beltran’s leadoff homer in the seventh.“It’s frustrating when you face a knuckleballer because you really don’t know what adjustments to make,” Headley said. “You’re kind of at mercy of what the ball’s doing, and he had a good one tonight.”It wasn’t the first time the Yankees had trouble with Wright, who entered with a 1.80 ERA in 10 innings against them. He worked five innings of relief in a 19-inning victory at Yankee Stadium on April 10.This time, he quieted a New York team that’s been on a major tear at the plate. The AL East leaders scored 90 runs and hit 21 homers in their previous 10 games.“That’s about as good as you can throw a knuckleball,” Teixeira said. “You don’t see many of them, but he had a good one.”(MIKE FITZPATRICK, AP Baseball Writer)TweetPinShare0 Shares
CFB Betting LinesIf you’re a gambling man (or woman), you can now bet on college football’s (basically) full slate of 2015 games. Who’s favored in the first Harbaugh-Meyer game? The Las Vegas sportsbook, Golden Nugget, has released its lines for its “games of the year,” which are nearly all of the notable games that will occur each week. The casino will take a max bet of $1,000 on the games. Here they are: Thursday, Sept. 3Michigan at Utah -4TCU -18 at MinnesotaFriday, Sept. 4Washington at Boise State -13Saturday, Sept. 5Wisconsin vs. Alabama -10 (Arlington, Texas)Louisville vs. Auburn -11.5 (Atlanta, Ga.)Arizona State vs. Texas A&M -3 (Houston)Texas at Notre Dame -7.5Virginia at UCLA -17BYU at Nebraska -6Monday, Sept. 7Ohio State -16 at Virginia TechSaturday, Sept. 12LSU -3 at Mississippi StateUCLA -32 at UNLVOklahoma at Tennessee -3Notre Dame -9 at VirginiaOregon State at Michigan -14Iowa -4.5 at Iowa StateMarshall -3.5 at Ohio UniversityBoise State -6 at BYUOregon at Michigan State -1Thursday, Sept. 17Clemson -3 at LouisvilleSaturday, Sept. 19Auburn at LSU -4UNLV at Michigan -33Ole Miss at Alabama -9.5South Carolina at Georgia -11Georgia Tech at Notre Dame -2Nebraska at Miami, Fla. PKStanford at USC -4BYU at UCLA -14Colorado -1.5 vs. Colorado State (Denver)Thursday, Sept. 24Cincinnati at Memphis -2Friday, Sept. 25Boise State -9 at VirginiaSaturday, Sept. 26LSU -20 at SyracuseUCLA at Arizona PKUSC -1 at ArizonaUtah at Oregon -14Oklahoma State at Texas -2.5BYU at Michigan -7Texas A&M vs. Arkansas -6.5 (Arlington, Texas)Mississippi State at Auburn -8Tennessee -2.5 at FloridaThursday, Oct. 1Miami, Fla. at Cincinnati -2.5Saturday, Oct. 3UNLV at Nevada -14Ole Miss -6 at FloridaAlabama at Georgia PKSouth Carolina at Missouri -11Arkansas at Tennessee -1Mississippi State at Texas A&M -6.5Pittsburgh at Virginia Tech -9Arizona at Stanford -7.5Arizona State at UCLA -6Oregon -16 at ColoradoArmy at Penn State -28West Virginia at Oklahoma -10Kansas State at Oklahoma State -4Texas at TCU -21Notre Dame at Clemson -3.5Thursday, Oct. 8Washington at Southern Cal -19Saturday, Oct. 10LSU -8 at South CarolinaGeorgia Tech at Clemson -3Arkansas at Alabama -7.5Florida at Missouri -10Georgia at Tennessee PKMiami (FL) at Florida State -14.5Virginia at Pittsburgh -6Boise State -12 at Colorado StateTCU -11 at Kansas StateOklahoma -6.5 vs. Texas (Dallas, Texas)Oklahoma State at West Virginia -5Wisconsin -1 at NebraskaNavy at Notre Dame -14Thursday, Oct. 15UCLA at Stanford -4.5Auburn -9 at KentuckyFriday, Oct. 16UNLV at Fresno State -12Boise State -9.5 at Utah StateSaturday, Oct. 17Florida at LSU -14Arizona State at Utah -2USC at Notre Dame PKOregon -15 at WashingtonLouisville at Florida State -12Pittsburgh at Georgia Tech -14Virginia Tech at Miami, Fla. -6Missouri at Georgia -8.5Alabama -7 at Texas A&MWest Virginia at Baylor -17TCU -29 at Iowa StateOklahoma -3 at Kansas StateMichigan State -4.5 at MichiganPenn State at Ohio State -19Saturday, Oct. 24Utah at USC -7Kansas State at Texas -2Tennessee at Alabama -10Auburn at Arkansas -6.5Texas A&M at Ole Miss -4Clemson -4.5 at Miami, Fla.Florida State at Georgia Tech PKThursday, Oct. 29Oregon -5 at Arizona StateWest Virginia at TCU -20Saturday, Oct. 31Boise State -28.5 at UNLVCentral Florida at Cincinnati -6Georgia Tech -10 at VirginiaOle Miss at Auburn -4Florida vs. Georgia -12 (Jacksonville, Fla.)South Carolina at Texas A&M -10Oregon State at Utah -16Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015Northern Illinois at Toledo -3Thursday, Nov. 5Mississippi State at Missouri, -6Baylor -12 at Kansas StateSaturday, Nov. 7LSU at Alabama -9Arkansas at Ole Miss -1Auburn -1.5 at Texas A&MTCU -11 at Oklahoma StateMichigan State -6 at NebraskaFlorida State at Clemson -2Virginia at Miami, Fla. -6.5Notre Dame -3 at PittsburghArizona at USC -7.5Thursday, Nov. 12Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech -9.5Friday, Nov. 13USC -12 at ColoradoSaturday, Nov. 14Arkansas at LSU -1.5Utah at Arizona -3Oregon at Stanford PKAlabama -9 at Mississippi StateFlorida at South Carolina -2.5Oklahoma at Baylor -13BYU at Missouri -12Saturday, Nov. 21San Diego State -16 at UNLVLSU at Ole Miss PKFresno State at BYU -18TCU -5 at OklahomaBaylor -10 at Oklahoma StateMichigan State at Ohio State -14Michigan at Penn State -4.5Mississippi State at Arkansas -10Tennessee at Missouri -2.5Georgia Tech -6 at Miami, Fla.Arizona at Arizona State -3UCLA -1 at UtahCalifornia at Stanford -13Friday, Nov. 27Baylor at TCU -6Oregon State at Oregon -22.5Washington State at Washington -4.5Iowa at Nebraska -7Texas A&M at LSU -7.5Kansas State -24 at KansasOklahoma -3 at Oklahoma StateBYU at Utah State PKOhio State -16 at MichiganPenn State at Michigan State -12UCLA at USC -3Colorado at Utah -13.5Notre Dame at Stanford -3North Carolina at NC State -6Virginia Tech -4 at VirginiaMissouri at Arkansas -7Alabama -3.5 at AuburnFlorida State -4 at FloridaGeorgia -1 at Georgia TechLouisville -2.5 at KentuckyOle Miss -2 at MississippiClemson -3 at South CarolinaVanderbilt at Tennessee -17Saturday, Dec. 5Texas at Baylor -18West Virginia at Kansas State -5Saturday, Dec. 12Navy -13 vs. Army, Philadelphia, Pa.