Analyst Releases New Heisman Trophy Top 5 After Week 2

first_imgCurrent Heisman trophy favorite Jalen Hurts makes his debut at Oklahoma.NORMAN, OK – SEPTEMBER 1: Quarterback Jalen Hurts #1 of the Oklahoma Sooners warms up before the game against the Houston Cougars at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on September 1, 2019 in Norman, Oklahoma. The Sooners defeated the Cougars 49-31. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)The Heisman Trophy picture has updated following the second full weekend of the 2019 college football season.A new quarterback appears to have entered the race. LSU quarterback Joe Burrow had a dominant performance at Texas on Saturday night. Burrow and the 2-0 Tigers are looking like serious College Football Playoff contenders. The former Ohio State QB should be a Heisman frontrunner, too.Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts, meanwhile, continues to put up dominant stats leading the Sooners. Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence looked good in the Tigers’ big win over Texas A&M, too.College football analyst Barrett Sallee has released a new Heisman Trophy top five following Week 2. The college football writer for CBS Sports has Burrow leading the race:My Heisman top five right now:1. Joe Burrow2. Jalen Hurts3. Tua Tagovailoa4. Justin Fields5. Trevor LawrenceOutside looking in: Jonathan Taylor, Jake Fromm— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) September 8, 2019It’s tough to argue with that top five right now. No one has a better win than LSU and no one has a better individual performance on a big stage than Burrow in that contest.There’s a long way to go, though.The Heisman Trophy picture should change a lot between now and December.last_img read more

GR Saunders Construction Timeline and Budget Established

first_imgEDUCATION–G.R. Saunders Construction Timeline and BudgetEstablished Students at G.R. Saunders Elementary School in Stellarton willsoon have a bigger and better facility. The Department ofEducation announced today, May 6, it has set a timeline andbudget for the renovation process that will result inimprovements to the school’s gymnasium, library, cafeteria andmusic facilities. At the request of the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board,the department evaluated the G.R. Saunders building in June 2004and determined that the work would be a good long terminvestment. The renovations will enable G.R. Saunders to betteraccommodate Grade 6 students from Stellarton Middle School, whichclosed in 2004. “We are happy to be working with the school board, G.R. Saundersstaff and students, and the school community to put theconstruction plans into action,” said Education Minister JamieMuir. The department will review the details of the plan with membersof the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board, G.R. Saundersstaff and the school steering team to identify priorities andbudget parameters. Renovation details will be finalized by June 30. The $250,000design contract has been awarded to Harvey & MacKenzie Architectsand the construction contract will be issued for tender in March2006. Construction is scheduled to begin in July 2006 and isexpected to be completed by September 2007. The budget for work in 2006-07 is $2 million. The remainder ofthe project budget for 2007-08 has not yet been determined. In 2004, the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board closedStellarton Middle School. Grades 7 and 8 students were re-assigned to Westville Middle School, and Grade 6 students beganattending G.R. Saunders in September 2004. The renovation budget originally slated for Stellarton MiddleSchool was transferred to G.R. Saunders to upgrade the facilityto accommodate the additional students. Three new schools — North Nova Education Centre, NorthumberlandRegional High School and Truro Junior High — opened in theChignecto-Central Regional School Board in the last two years.last_img read more