Ohio Stadium Reacts To Michigan Trailing Army At Halftime

first_img Cheers from the crowd at Ohio Stadium as the scoreboard shows Army leading Michigan, 14-7.— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) September 7, 2019Shea Patterson has fumbled twice on the afternoon. He’s fumbled twice thus far, and fans in Ann Arbor are calling for a quarterback change.Despite struggling on offense throughout this contest, the Wolverines and Black Knights are now tied. Zach Charbonnet scored his second touchdown of the afternoon to even the score.Losing to Army would decimate Michigan’s chances of making the College Football Playoff. It’d also result in a bunch of backlash for Jim Harbaugh, who is under pressure to take the program to the postseason.We’ll find out very soon if one of the top teams in the country goes down in Week 2. Ohio State Buckeye fans doing the "O-H-I-O" chant.COLUMBUS, OH – SEPTEMBER 27: Ohio State Buckeyes fans cheer on their team against the Minnesota Golden Gophers on September 27, 2008 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)While Ohio State is currently cruising against Cincinnati at home, Michigan is on upset alert against Army. There’s plenty of time for that to change, but for now, the fans in Columbus are laughing at their rival’s expense.Ohio State has done an excellent job of avoiding a potential upset. Justin Fields is proving that his Week 1 performance wasn’t a fluke.It hasn’t been smooth sailing for Michigan, which finds itself in an absolute fight against Army.During the Ohio State-Cincinnati game, the crowed at Ohio Stadium started cheering when it saw Michigan trailing Army on the scoreboard.last_img read more

Premier Declares National Drowning Prevention Week in Nova Scotia

first_img For more information about water safety, visit www.lifesavingsociety.ns.ca. do not consume alcohol while swimming or operating a boat keep children within arms’ reach when near water never swim alone teach children to swim and be comfortable around water whenever possible, swim in an area supervised by a lifeguard Nova Scotians are urged to practice water safety while swimming, boating and fishing in the province. Premier Darrell Dexter declared July 17-24, National Drowning Prevention Week in Nova Scotia. “The summer is a time for families and children to relax and enjoy the sunshine and great outdoors,” said Premier Dexter. “But with that added freedom comes some responsibility. “I urge all Nova Scotians to take extra precautions, particularly around water, to ensure a safe and happy summer vacation. Always use common sense and practice water safety.” Statistics show that more than 500 people die in Canada every year in water-related incidents. Last year, 19 Nova Scotians lost their lives because of drowning, according to a report from the Lifesaving Society. “Almost every drowning is a preventable death,” said Krista Elvidge, president of the Lifesaving Society. “The best way to prevent drowning is to always wear a lifejacket or use a personal flotation device when working or enjoying recreational activities on the water.” National Drowning Prevention Week in Nova Scotia is organized by the provincial branch of the Lifesaving Society. The following are some tips from the society to help ensure a safe summer:last_img read more