About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Newcastle boss Bruce: England will happen for Longstaff brothersby Paul Vegas6 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveNewcastle United boss Steve Bruce says the Longstaff brothers are capable of playing for England.Sean, 21, and Matty, 19, have never been involved with the national team at any level and, until recently, were not part of the list of young players being tracked inside St George’s Park.But Bruce said: “I think they just have to be given time. They will find their way if they’re playing regularly.”I would think in the next few weeks, if they’re both going to be in the team, then they will come under the spotlight. Gareth has a blueprint of putting young players in and changing it, which is quite refreshing.”So if they keep playing to a certain level, everything will find them, whether it’s international call-ups, new contracts, new cars, the whole lot will fall into place.”
ARLINGTON, TX – DECEMBER 29: Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes during the Goodyear Cotton Bowl against the USC Trojans in the second quarter at AT&T Stadium on December 29, 2017 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Among the most prominent college football talking points heading into week two was that of Ohio State’s weak remaining schedule. Michigan State is the only ranked team on the Buckeyes’ schedule, which many SEC coaches, including Bret Bielema and Dan Mullen, complained about. The weekend did not go well for those two; Mullen lost by two against LSU despite the Tigers failing to generate any kind of passing offense, while Bielema’s Razorbacks were embarrassed by Toledo.When asked about the complaints during his Monday press conference, Meyer said that he doesn’t pay attention to any other team’s schedule.Asked about strength of conferences, Urban Meyer: “I don’t know anyone else’s schedule. … I don’t know how (people) know that.”— Ari Wasserman (@AriWasserman) September 14, 2015Urban Meyer says he has no idea how the Big Ten is perceived right now. “I don’t know anyone’s schedule…I don’t care.”— Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod) September 14, 2015While conference pride plays a factor in college football, for the top teams in the country, that’s probably the correct approach.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – DECEMBER 02: Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes looks on as they play the Wisconsin Badgers during the second half of the the Big Ten Championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 2, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer made the rounds yesterday, appearing on The Dan Patrick Show, CBS, ESPN and Fox to promote his new book, titled “Above the Line.” Bill O’Reilly, host of The O’Reilly Factor, made sure to ask some interesting questions.O’Reilly, alluding to Meyer’s strict policies, asked the Buckeyes head man what he’d have done if Jameis Winston, who infamously stole crab legs from a Publix ahead of the 2014 season, had been on his team. He said he “would have had a hard time letting it go.”Of course, it’s always easy to say what you’d have done when you aren’t in the exact situation. That being said, Meyer probably runs a tighter ship now than he did in the past.
Story Highlights September 30 is the deadline for registration for the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) 2018 Energy Champion Competition. Project Manager for the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Programme at the PCJ, Jody Grizzle, told JIS News that this second staging of the competition has seen over 100 per cent increase in enrolment, with more than 40 public-sector entities registered, so far. September 30 is the deadline for registration for the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) 2018 Energy Champion Competition.Project Manager for the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Programme at the PCJ, Jody Grizzle, told JIS News that this second staging of the competition has seen over 100 per cent increase in enrolment, with more than 40 public-sector entities registered, so far.“This is a strong indication of positive behaviour change in the public sector, and that the message of energy conservation is being embraced,” she said.The competition, which seeks to award energy-efficient public entities, will run from October 1 to December 31, 2018.All government agencies operating on their own energy meters are eligible for the competition, whether or not they were beneficiaries of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Project (EECP) implementation programme.Competitors stand the chance to win more than $1.5 million in energy-efficient interventions.Interested agencies may visit the website www.pcj.com and complete the entry form.Ms. Grizzle said that the competition is an innovative way for the Government of Jamaica to be a role model in energy-conservation initiatives across the island and to lead by example.“It is the vision that members of the private sector will join us in the effort to reduce energy consumption, and that behaviour change in the workplace among employees will transcend into their households as together we secure Jamaica’s energy future,” Ms. Grizzle said.
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