What Iowa’s Future Football Schedules Look Like

first_imgIowa Hawkeye fans celebrating during a football game.IOWA CITY, IA – NOVEMBER 5: Iowa Hawkeyes fans look on during the game against the at Michigan Wolverines at Kinnick Stadium on November 5, 2011 in Iowa City, Iowa. Iowa won 24-16. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)Like many other big program, Iowa gets pretty far out ahead on its football scheduling. The Hawkeyes have games set through 2025, per FBSchedules.That isn’t as many as some other programs have locked up. In recent weeks, we’ve seen games scheduled out into the 2030s, when it is almost guaranteed that most programs will not even have the same head coach.There’s at least a fair chance that Kirk Ferentz will still be in Iowa City five or six years down the line. Iowa also has a nine-game Big Ten slate, and a standing Power Five rivalry game in the non-conference.That takes up a lot of scheduling room.Here is what this year’s upcoming schedule looks like:Iowa football’s 2019 schedule:Aug. 31: vs. Miami (OH) Sept. 7: vs. Rutgers Sept. 14: at Iowa State Sept. 28: vs. Middle Tennessee Oct. 5: at Michigan Oct. 12: vs. Penn State Oct. 19: vs. Purdue Oct. 26: at Northwestern Nov. 9: at Wisconsin Nov. 16: vs. Minnesota Nov. 23: vs. Illinois Nov. 29: at NebraskaThe Big Ten has set dates for most of the upcoming season schedules as well. For Iowa, those are available on the team website.Here are the non-conference games already set, through 2025.2020:Sept. 5: vs. Northern Iowa Sept. 12: vs. Iowa State Sept. 26: vs. Northern Illinois2021:Sept. 11: at Iowa State Sept. 18: vs. Kent State Sept. 25: vs. Colorado State2022:Sept. 10: vs. Iowa State Sept. 17: vs. South Dakota State2023:Sept. 2: vs. Western Michigan Sept. 9: at Iowa State Sept. 16: vs. Utah State2024:Aug. 31: vs. Illinois State TBA: vs. Iowa State2025:Sept. 13: vs. Northern Illinois TBA: at Iowa State[FBSchedules]last_img read more

Delhi govt built 23 flyovers in 45 yrs CM Kejriwal

first_imgNew Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Tuesday inaugurated the 2.85 km signal-free new RTR Flyover, and said a few more such projects will come up in the national capital before the end of his government’s tenure. The elevated corridor of Rao Tula Ram Flyover, built at a cost of Rs 205 crore on the Outer Ring Road, will help decongest the area and prove a boon for people commuting towards the IGI airport from south Delhi and Noida. Also Read – Bangla Sahib Gurudwara bans use of all types of plastic items “In 15 years, the Sheila Dikshit government built 70 flyovers. In the last four-and-a-half years, our (AAP) government has built 23 flyovers,” Kejriwal said in his address after inaugurating the flyover. “We do our work, but we don’t advertise much. Now, it is for the people to spread word about the work we have done in the last four-and-a-half years,” he said. Hitting out at his detractors, the AAP chief said after the inauguration of the Signature Bridge, a member of the opposition party had sought to take credit of that project. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder “We believe in doing our work and not indulging in dirty politics. The Delhi government has worked a lot in education, health and other sectors, and our work will speak,” he said. Interacting with reporters after the event, he said the AAP government not only worked on mega infrastructure projects but also built roads, sewage lines and provided other facilities in unauthorised colonies to reach out to the ordinary people. Asked if more projects were in the offing before the end of his government’s tenure, Kejriwal said, “Yes, a few more such projects will come up soon.” The chief minister said the RTR Flyover was the 23rd flyover to be built by his government in the last four-and-a-half years. The newly-built flyover branches out of Munirka Flyover and ends before Army Research and Referral Hospital near Subroto Park close to National Highway-8. The construction of this elevated corridor started in November 2014. It was to be completed by November 2016, but missed several deadlines. Delhi PWD Minister Satyendar Jain, RK Puram MLA Pramila Tokas and AAP MLA Somnath Bharti were also present at the event which took place on a section of the flyover.last_img read more

Rio Tinto has successfully deployed AutoHaul™ automated long distance rail network

first_imgRio Tinto says it has successfully deployed AutoHaul™, establishing the world’s largest robot and first automated heavy-haul, long distance rail network. Since completing the first loaded run in July, Rio Tinto has steadily increased the number of autonomous journeys across its world-class iron ore operations in Western Australia in a controlled and safe manner, with over 1 million kilometres now travelled autonomously.Rio Tinto Iron Ore Managing Director Rail, Port & Core Services Ivan Vella said: “The safe and successful deployment of AutoHaul™ across our network is a strong reflection of the pioneering spirit inside Rio Tinto. It’s been a challenging journey to automate a rail network of this size and scale in a remote location like the Pilbara, but early results indicate significant potential to improve productivity, providing increased system flexibility and reducing bottlenecks.”“Over the coming months we will continue to refine our autonomous operations to ensure we are able to maximise value. We continue to work closely with drivers during this period and do not expect to make any redundancies in 2019 as a result of the deployment of AutoHaul™.”The A$940 million AutoHaul™ programme is focused on automating trains transporting iron ore to Rio Tinto’s port facilities in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The network is the world’s first heavy-haul, long distance autonomous rail operation. Rio Tinto operates about 200 locomotives on more than 1,700 km of track in the Pilbara, transporting ore from 16 mines to four port terminals.The average return distance of these trains is about 800 km with the average journey cycle, including loading and dumping, taking about 40 hours. Locomotives carrying AutoHaul™ software are fitted with on-board cameras allowing for constant monitoring from the Operations Centre. All public rail crossings on the network are fitted with CCTV cameras and have been upgraded to the highest safety standards.last_img read more

MVM EHF FINAL4 Larvik and Buducnost for the glory

← Previous Story MVM EHF FINAL4: Four teams – one dream! Next Story → Dragan Adzic before Final: We have to play like against Norway at EURO 2012! Norwegian Larvik HK and Montenegrian ŽRK Buducnost Podgorica will fight for the glory in the MVM EHF FINAL4 final match on Sunday (17 hrs) in Pap Laszlo Arena in Budapest. Saturday’s semi-finals in Hungarian capital didn’t give too much to those fans who wants decision before the buzzer as both finalists showed TOP class performance in beating their rivals.Larvik overplayed Russian team Dinamo Sinara 31:22 (16:13) to get ticket for the chance to win EHF Champions League for the second time. Legendary right wing Koren Riegelhuth used all the chances to punish the rivals with nine goals in total, while Dmitrieva netted seven goals for the Russian girls.Much bigger spectacle was expected in the clash between Balkan rivals, ZRK Budcnost and ZRK Vardar 27:17 (14:9), but on the court handball world has seen powerful squad of Dragan Adzic. Amazing Clara Woltering (14 saves), Cristina Neagu and Radmila Petrovic (both seven goals) made the clear difference between the teams from the very beginning of the match.Pytlick-Kastratovic duo took time-out after 15 minutes to turnover the match (6:3), but Vardar had no chance. Lekic and Penezic (4 goals each) had good moments, but in total, defensive and attacking performance weren’t enough to make serious problem to Adzic girls.BUDUCNOST – VARDAR 27:17 (14:9)BuduCnost: Woltering 14 saves, Mehmedović 3, Neagu 7, Petrović 7 (3), Knežević 4, Bulatović 1, Byzdra 1, Cvijić 3, Despotović 1Vardar: Suslina 8 saves, Lazović 1, Penezić 4, Sokač 3(3), Radičević 2, Dembele 1, Lekić 4, Leynaud 3 saves, Ihnjeva 2RESULTS: 3:1 (7.) 6:3 (14.) 11:7 (23.) 12:9 (28.) 16:12 (35.) 19:14 (46.) 23:14 (49.) 26:16 (54.) read more

8 insignificant things that will totally stress you out

first_img1. When someone keeps sniffing instead of blowing their nose Flickr/DOliphant6. The keypad noiseFlickr/@heyamberrae7. Being in a massive queue for the busAnd the person in front doesn’t have their change ready. As if they didn’t realise they were about to get on a bus. Flickr/D464-Darren Hall8. When someone else’s phone goes off… and it’s YOUR ALARM TONE Flickr/osseous2. When someone keeps channel hoppingFlickr/Tilemahos Efthimiadis3. Blister packs that are impossible to openWithout military-grade weaponryke8p.us4. Compulsive leg jigglers in your vicinityJust ignore them. I CAN’T.YouTube5. When you’re in a carAnd someone doesn’t slow down at the EXACT moment you would. Flickr/twicepix; fear photo via ShutterstockWhat did we miss? Let us know what grinds your gears…7 important life lessons you can learn from Seth Rogen>The best dancer on the internet is this old man>last_img read more