More technology-driven measures needed in agriculture

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Philippine Star

Danessa Rivera – The Philippine Star November 7, 2022 | 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — Philippine Maize Federation Inc. (PhilMaize) is pushing for a universal baseline for agriculture, in place of the government’s Registry System for Basic Sectors in Agriculture (RSBSA) and the use of digital technology to improve the development and forecasting for the long-neglected sector. The agriculture sector needs data driven decision-making starting with a universal baseline, PhilMaize chairman Rodrico Bioco said at the Philippine Chamber of Agriculture and Food Inc. (PCAFI) briefing last week. “What we… Read More “More technology-driven measures needed in agriculture”

Friend Who Gave Selena Gomez Kidney Responds To Singer Saying Taylor Swift Is Her ‘Only’ Pal ‘In The Industry’

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Radar Online

Selena Gomez and Francia Raisa have been #BFFGoals for years, with the Secret Life of an American Teenager actress even donating her kidney to the Only Murders in the Building star in 2017. However, Raísa appeared to have a bone to pick with one of Gomez’s recent comments about who her “only” pal in the industry was. “I never fit in with a cool group of girls that were celebrities. My only friend in the industry really is Taylor [Swift], so I remember feeling like I didn’t belong,” Gomez said in an interview published on Thursday, November 3. “I felt the presence of everyone around me living f… Read More “Friend Who Gave Selena Gomez Kidney Responds To Singer Saying Taylor Swift Is Her ‘Only’ Pal ‘In The Industry’”

College Football Rankings: NCAAF Top 25 (After Week 10)

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Athlon Sports

By Steven Lassan Expert NCAAF rankings of college football’s Top 25 teams after Week 10 of the 2022 season, prior to the AP Top 25. Weekly college football top 25 rankings are a big part of every season, and Athlon Sports will update its top 25 following the games each weekend. The 10th weekend of the 2022 season was headlined by Georgia’s dominant victory over Tennessee, LSU’s stunner over Alabama, Texas’ win at Kansas State, and Notre Dame’s upset over Clemson. Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan and Tennessee take the top four spots, with TCU at No. 5, Oregon at No. 6 and LSU at No. 7 in the post… Read More “College Football Rankings: NCAAF Top 25 (After Week 10)”

Georgia Bulldogs undisputed … but is Bama done, done? Brian Kelly stakes his claim, Marcus Freeman’s Irish ‘a**-whipping’ of Clemson and all of college football’s top games, moments

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Football Scoop

By John Brice Bulldogs, Buckeyes, Wolverines and … Vols? Horned Frogs? Tigahs? The ‘Game of the Century,’ the undisputed biggest home game in the history of Sanford Stadium and Georgia Bulldogs football never materialized. Kirby Smart’s Georgia squad was too good to allow any semblance of threat from a Tennessee team that’s zoomed from the sport’s dregs to its upper tier. View the original article to see embedded media. Still, the Bulldogs proved themselves not only as the defending champions but as the frontrunner yet again in 2022 — especially as Alabama’s season was laid to waste. The Ti… Read More “Georgia Bulldogs undisputed … but is Bama done, done? Brian Kelly stakes his claim, Marcus Freeman’s Irish ‘a**-whipping’ of Clemson and all of college football’s top games, moments”

Forde-Yard Dash: Questions Loom For Alabama and Clemson Ahead of Playoff

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Sports Illustrated

By Pat Forde The two programs have been the face of the College Football Playoff since it started. Is it possible that their era of dominance is being threatened? Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college football (where the Houston Cougars defense needs a lecture from Houston basketball coach Kelvin Sampson, whose team only gave up 77 or more points twice last season): First QuarterThe Kings Are Dead… Long Live the KingIt appears that for the first time in the nine-season College Football Playoff Era, we may stage one with neither Alabama (1) nor Clemson (2). They have b… Read More “Forde-Yard Dash: Questions Loom For Alabama and Clemson Ahead of Playoff”

NFL Fans Stunned By Jets’ Win On Sunday Afternoon

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates 6-3 has a nice ring to it out in East Rutherford. After taking down the Super Bowl-favorite Bills in MetLife, the New York Jets returned to their winning ways and earned a signature win for head coach Robert Saleh on Sunday. NFL fans couldn’t believe the outcome on Twitter. “Zach Wilson bounces back in Jets’ shocking upset win over Bills,” reported the New York Post. “A WIN AGAINST THE BILLS MAKES THE NEW YORK JETS THE FIRST TEAM TO HIT THEIR ‘OVER’ ON WIN TOTALS THIS SEASON!!!” tweeted SportsLine. “Biggest win for the Jets since…?” floated Matt Miller. “They said it was Un win… Read More “NFL Fans Stunned By Jets’ Win On Sunday Afternoon”

Biden, Trump headline dueling rallies as U.S. midterms near

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Reuters

By Nathan Layne HIRAM, Georgia (Reuters) -President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump headline rallies in New York and Florida, respectively, on Sunday to fire up voters two days before a tight midterm election in which Republicans are pushing to flip both chambers of Congress. Nonpartisan forecasts and polls show Republicans are heavy favorites to win control of the House of Representatives, with the Senate a toss-up. Control of even one chamber would allow Republicans to stymie Democrat Biden’s legislative agenda and launch potentially damaging investigations. In recent weeks momen… Read More “Biden, Trump headline dueling rallies as U.S. midterms near”

Matt LaFleur Reveals If Packers Are Considering Quarterback Change

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The Spun

By Andrew Holleran Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers played so poorly on Sunday – on way to their fifth straight loss – that backup Jordan Love was trending on social media. But while Rodgers, who threw three interceptions, and the rest of the Packers offense struggled mightily, the team is not considering a quarterback change at this time. Still, it’s pretty wild that we’re at a point in Rodgers career where that question is being asked. “Matt LaFleur says the Packers aren’t considering a change at quarterback, just for the record,” Zach Jacobson tweeted. LaFleur did take a bit of a sho… Read More “Matt LaFleur Reveals If Packers Are Considering Quarterback Change”

#Nuggets: No. 1 beats No. 1, Alabama and Clemson go down, and the highest-scoring game in college football history

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Football Scoop

By Zach Barnett The most comprehensive college football recap on the Internet. AP voters 1, CFP committee 0. The No. 1 team in the country met the No. 1 team in the country, and it was pretty clear early who’s the best team in the nation. CFP No. 1 Tennessee got on the board first thanks to an opening drive fumble, but AP No. 1 Georgia scored three straight touchdowns to take commanding and unrelenting control of the game, as well as status as the top team in the SEC East, and indeed the nation. View the original article to see embedded media. A Volunteer offense that has not been stopped all … Read More “#Nuggets: No. 1 beats No. 1, Alabama and Clemson go down, and the highest-scoring game in college football history”

Brian Kelly, LSU Earn Moment of Validation in Beating Bama

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Sports Illustrated

By Ross Dellenger The coach’s gutsy two-point call paid off to cap a win that will live in Tigers lore. BATON ROUGE — Scott Woodward’s reaction probably sounded similar to yours and to mine and to the millions watching on national television and to the 100,000 here at Tiger Stadium. As the LSU offense trotted onto the field for a two-point conversion attempt—one play for all the marbles, a single snap to beat mighty Alabama, a few seconds to take down Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide—most collectively gasped. “I thought, ‘holy s—!’” says Woodward, the Tigers’ athletic director. “And then I thought,… Read More “Brian Kelly, LSU Earn Moment of Validation in Beating Bama”