ESPN Releases Prediction For Georgia-South Carolina


first_imgA pylon with the SEC logo on it.ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 07: An ‘SEC’ logo is seen on an end zone pylon before the Missouri Tigers take on the Auburn Tigers during the SEC Championship Game at Georgia Dome on December 7, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)One of the best games on the schedule this weekend in college football is an SEC East showdown between Georgia and South Carolina in Columbia.Georgia ran away with the SEC East last season. The Bulldogs won the SEC Championship Game and nearly won the national title. They are 1-0 on the year and back for more.South Carolina, meanwhile, had a breakthrough season under Will Muschamp in 2017. If any team is going to challenge Georgia in the division, why not them?A victory at home over the Bulldogs will be tough to attain, but would be absolutely massive in Week 2.ESPN’s FPI has released its prediction for the game.The computer model overwhelmingly likes Georgia over the Gamecocks.Georgia and South Carolina will kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET Saturday from Williams-Brice Stadium.The game will be broadcast on CBS as its SEC “Game of the Week.”last_img read more

Transportation of Liquor Addressed in Legislation


first_img Responsible drivers in Nova Scotia will not be prosecuted forhaving unopened liquor in any area of a motor vehicle. The change is the result of amendments to the Liquor Control Actintroduced today, April 19, by Ernest Fage, Minister responsiblefor the Liquor Control Act. “We wanted to clarify this piece of legislation to ensure thatthe real issue is addressed, and that is the issue of havingopened liquor in the passenger compartment of a vehicle,” saidMr. Fage. “Sealed, unopened liquor is allowed in any area of avehicle.” As a result of the changes, previously opened liquor, which hasbeen recapped or recorked, may be transported in the trunk oranother part of a vehicle designed for carrying baggage or goods;behind the rear seat of vehicles that do not have a trunk (suchas vans, hatch-backs); or in an exterior compartment, such as thebed of a truck. Further, liquor may be transported under alicence or permit that is issued under the act. The changes also outline how liquor is to be transported on amotorcycle, off-highway vehicle and other recreational vehicles.Specifically, the Act will now allow previously opened liquor tobe transported in a baggage compartment or otherwise inaccessiblearea. The opened liquor cannot be readily accessible to the driver orpassengers. Cases where liquor is open — the cap or cork is removed — in amotor vehicle will continue to be prosecuted. Additional changes to the Act include permitting thetransportation of liquor to any location where a person ispermitted to have or consume liquor. Previously, liquor couldonly be transported to a place of residence. N.S. LIQUOR CORP.–Transportation of Liquor Addressed inLegislationlast_img read more