ESPN Announces College GameDay’s Destination For Week 6

first_img Next week @CollegeGameDay is headed to Gainesville for the first time since 2012!! It is going to be a big game between @AuburnFootball and @GatorsFB. Can’t wait to get to the The Swamp! pic.twitter.com/6Pfn8xbSLU— Kirk Herbstreit (@KirkHerbstreit) September 29, 2019Both Auburn and Florida have impressed this season, though the Tigers will probably enter the contest as the favorite.Kickoff for the Auburn-Florida game is set for 3:30 p.m. E.T. on CBS.ESPN’s College GameDay airs from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. E.T. Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit of College GameDay have a discussion.BRISTOL, TN – SEPTEMBER 10: ESPN’s Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit on set during College Gameday prior to the game between the Virginia Tech Hokies and the Tennessee Volunteers at Bristol Motor Speedway on September 10, 2016 in Bristol, Tennessee. (Photo by Michael Shroyer/Getty Images)ESPN’s College GameDay has decided on its location for Week 6 of the 2019 college football regular season.Analyst Kirk Herbstreit announced following Saturday night’s Ohio State-Nebraska game that the college football pregame show will be in Gainesville next weekend.Undefeated Florida is set to host undefeated Auburn in a matchup of top 10 teams at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.“Next week @CollegeGameDay is headed to Gainesville for the first time since 2012!! It is going to be a big game between @AuburnFootball and @GatorsFB. Can’t wait to get to the The Swamp!” Herbstreit tweeted.last_img read more

UN strongly condemns terrorist attack on Kabul hotel

In a statement attributable to his spokesperson, Secretary-General Guterres offered his deepest condolences to the families of the victims and wished a speedy recovery to those injured. “He expresses his solidarity with the Government and people of Afghanistan,” added the statement.According to initial reports, at least six civilians, including one woman, were killed and at least three others injured in the attack which took place on Saturday night, local time. The actual number could be higher.The Intercontinental Hotel was scheduled to hold a technology conference on 21 January, organized by Afghanistan’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. Also at the hotel, guests had gathered for a wedding ceremony. According to UNAMA, in claiming responsibility, the Taliban stated that five attackers entered the hotel to target Afghan officials and foreign nationals. In a separate statement, Tadamichi Yamamoto, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Afghanistan and the head of UNAMA said that it is a “moral outrage that the Taliban entered the hotel with the intention of killing civilians.”Underscoring the obligation on all parties to the armed conflict in the country to respect International Humanitarian Law at all times, he added: “There is simply no justification for this egregious attack, which is specifically prohibited by International Humanitarian Law and may amount to a war crime.” read more