One former NFL player, longtime tight end Antonio Bryant, had a brutally honest summation of Lawrence right now:“Trevor Lawrence just a Josh Rosen with longer hair,” he tweeted.Trevor Lawrence just a Josh Rosen with longer hair— 🆎🧢 (@ab89) October 19, 2019No offense to Josh Rosen, who is less than two years into his NFL career, but he’s not exactly who you want to be compared to if you’re a top prospect.Thankfully, Lawrence is just a sophomore. He’s got plenty of time to right the ship and get back to his No. 1 overall status. CLEMSON, SOUTH CAROLINA – AUGUST 29: Quarterback Trevor Lawrence #16 of the Clemson Tigers warms up prior to the start of the Tigers’ football game against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Memorial Stadium on August 29, 2019 in Clemson, South Carolina. (Photo by Mike Comer/Getty Images)No quarterback entered the 2019 college football season with more hype than Trevor Lawrence. The Clemson sophomore was considered the frontrunner for the Heisman Trophy a near lock for the No. 1 overall pick in a future NFL Draft.We’re about halfway into the regular season, though, and Lawrence hasn’t really come close to living up to that hype.Clemson is undefeated and Lawrence has played fine, but the Tigers haven’t been as dominant as many expected – and neither has their quarterback.Lawrence threw two awful interceptions in Clemson’s win over Louisville today. His stats on the season are far from impressive.
Arjun Aloysius had been in custody over the scam but was later released on bail.Geoffrey Aloysius was produced in court and remanded till April 5th. (Colombo Gazette) The Chairman of Perpetual Treasuries Ltd (PTL) Geoffrey Aloysius has been arrested by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) in connection with the Central Bank treasury bond scam.Geoffrey Aloysius is the father of PTL owner Arjun Aloysius.
TORONTO – The Ontario Public Service Employees Union opposes the recent partnership between McDonald’s Canada and Ontario’s colleges to offer advance placement to the chain’s managers who complete some internal training.OPSEU president Warren Thomas said in a statement that students are the biggest losers of this arrangement, which allows them to bypass the first year of a business or business administration diploma at Ontario’s 24 public colleges.He said employers will value those diplomas less and the students will lose out on high-quality education.OPSEU called it a chilling precedent of outsourcing the responsibility of public education to private corporations, like McDonald’s.Colleges Ontario president and CEO Linda Franklin said in a statement that the current economy calls for innovative new approaches to strengthen the training of the workforce.Franklin said a great deal of due diligence was done to ensure that quality standards would be maintained and students were set up for success.She called the training program comprehensive and consistent and said this will give the company’s employees a chance to further their education and training.McDonald’s Canada had no comment but Sharon Ramalho, its so-called chief people officer, previously said its managers receive high-quality training that covers many of the same skills students would learn in the first year of a business program.OPSEU represents about 130,000 workers in Ontario, including community college employees. McDonald’s, college partnership sets chilling precedent, says union by The Canadian Press Posted Aug 25, 2016 2:44 pm MDT Last Updated Aug 25, 2016 at 4:37 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email