College football TV schedule today: Week 11 games you should be watching

Week 11 of the college football schedule is here and as the month of November marches on, we’re on the verge of finishing off some division and conference races. And getting closer to finally sorting out the final four in the College Football Playoff, with SEC and Big Ten powerhouses fighting for these coveted spots. … Read more

Hooked on hoops, ready to navigate major changes, looking for more action

Dan Gavitt’s basketball calendar rarely has any openings, so what does he do? He floats the idea of creating a summertime series of exhibitions. More basketball, even in the offseason — that’s how much of a basketball junkie Gavitt is. The NCAA’s senior vice president of basketball oversees all aspects of the governing body’s tentpole … Read more

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to Fund up to $9 Million to Advance Wildfire Science

BOISE – The Biden-Harris administration this week announced $9 million in new grant opportunities from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to advance research into wildfire prevention and post-fire restoration on federal lands. The Joint Fire Science Program is accepting applications for grants to research innovative fuels treatments and post-fire rehabilitation efforts through December 20, 2022, for fiscal year … Read more

South Jersey high school football roundup: Week 11

Cohen Cook had a rushing touchdown, a receiving score, recovered a fumble and had a game-clinching interception as the third-seeded Mainland Regional High School football team captured its first sectional championship in 14 years, besting No. 1 Middletown South 34-24 in the Central Jersey Group 4 final on Friday night. The Mustangs scored the first … Read more

Mortgage Rates Flirt With 7% – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission from partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect our editors’ opinions or evaluations. Mortgage rates moved closer to 7% this week amidst a perfect storm of recession fears, stubborn inflation and the hint of more Federal Reserve interest rate hikes, further dampening housing market outlooks for at … Read more

Malayali artist unearths archive of Kerala Dalit life from Germany, curates project on it | Art And Culture

As a visual artist hailing from a rubber tappers’ family at Kunnoth, a small village in Kerala’s Kannur district, creating a counter-history that brings to light the lives kept in the dark of mainstream historical narratives has always been a favourite theme of Sajan Mani. Wherever he goes, he keeps his eyes and ears open … Read more

Lack of discipline against Rick Pitino, Louisville the latest NCAA joke

The Independent Accountability Review Process, or IARP, was the big-word brainchild created in 2018 by a politician-led committee to save the flailing bureaucrats who oversee college athletics from themselves. In the end, it has become the biggest organizational failure in NCAA history, which is littered with failures. There have been bigger philosophical failings. But in … Read more

USDA Science Adapts to Communities’ Climate Needs

Posted by Gretchen Kroh, AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow, Office of the Chief Scientist in Research and Science Nov 10, 2022 Unprecedented floods in Kentucky and Yellowstone, a megadrought in the Southwest, historic wildfires in Alaska—these are some of the many consequences climate change has already wrought onto diverse American communities in 2022, alone. … Read more

Jackson, Brunswick stunned in first round of playoffs

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The opening night of the state playoffs in the area are done and what a night it was. Two of the area’s top-seeded teams, Jackson in Region 1-2M and Brunswick in Georgia’s Class 6A, were stunned in their opening round games on Friday night. Due to Hurricane Nicole, five games involving area … Read more