#LSU SS Grant Delpit down and injured. He came downhill on the slant and took a physical shot to the upper body from the Utah State WR.— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) October 5, 2019Delpit back in the locker room; now in concussion protocol. https://t.co/ql8tBRr0tx— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) October 5, 2019Delpit, a junior, is considered to be one of the best safeties in the entire country. He’s a legit NFL prospect who should have a bright future at the next level.On the season, he’s made 16 tackles and recovered one fumble.It wouldn’t be surprising to see LSU use caution with Delpit for the remainder of the game. The Tigers have Florida next week.Update: Delpit is back on the field. One report suggests he bit his lip hard enough to warrant heading to the locker room. Regardless, it’s great to see his injury wasn’t too serious.Per #LSU radio, Grant Delpit bit his lip. Sounds like he’ll be back.— Scott Rabalais (@RabalaisAdv) October 5, 2019Grant Delpit back on the field. Good to see.— Cody Worsham (@CodyWorsham) October 5, 2019We’ll keep you updated. COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS – NOVEMBER 24: Trayveon Williams #5 of the Texas A&M Aggies scores on a 10 yard run as Grant Delpit #9 of the LSU Tigers and Devin White #40 of the LSU Tigers are unable to keep him out of the endzone during the first quarter at Kyle Field on November 24, 2018 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)LSU is off to a great start against Utah State on Saturday, but the Tigers may have lost one of their best players for the rest of the contest. Starting safety Grant Delpit suffered what appears to be a head injury in the first quarter of the game.Delpit was hit by a Utah State wide receiver and remained down after the play, holding his head. He eventually walked off the field under his own power.Delpit has now headed to the locker room. The SEC Network staff suggested he’s likely being evaluated for a concussion.Hopefully, Delpit’s injury isn’t too serious.
AUBURN, AL – NOVEMBER 30: A member of Auburn Tigers cheer team waves a flag during their game against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Jordan-Hare Stadium on November 30, 2013 in Auburn, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)Back in August, the Auburn Tigers announced a change to their logo. Two months later, the school’s plans were reportedly getting rid of the new design.The new logo for Auburn would do away with wasted white space between two letters. This would be easier for embroidery and small-replication purposes.Although the modification to Auburn’s logo isn’t anything major, there was outrage from the community about the changes. Fans usually prefer the classic logo for their teams.While the previous update stated that Auburn was scrapping the idea of a logo change, the university revealed that the original plans are actually on hold. From The Auburn Plainsman:“We have temporarily postponed implementation of the AU logo within the new system to allow opportunity for continued dialogue with stakeholders,” Preston Sparks, director of university communications services, said in an email statement Tuesday to The Auburn Plainsman. “The recommendations are not yet mandated.”This goes against what Student Government Association president Mary Margaret Turton said earlier in the week. She stated in a meeting on Monday that Auburn won’t change its logo.Since the Tigers have postponed their plans, it’s fair to wonder if it will ever happen.Until Auburn makes a final decision on whether or not to go through with the adjustments, the school will use the classic logo.
Over 650 top-producing agents were joined by about 200 suppliers and destination executives MILWAUKEE (Nov. 2, 2017) – The Mark Travel Corporation (TMTC) has recorded the largest Summit event in its history of organizing the popular travel industry conference. Over 650 top-producing travel agents attended this year’s multi-day conference, workshop and networking event from Oct. 26 to 29 in Cancún, Mexico. The Summit was also supported by more than 200 of the industry’s top suppliers, including hotel and resort companies and destination executives from throughout the Caribbean, Mexico, Hawaii, Las Vegas and across the United States. Agents in attendance had access to an extensive schedule of over 30 academic-level workshops, seminars and courses focusing on topics designed to help travel agents become more successful—including customer engagement, business operations and supplier and destination information. “As one of the last family-owned tour operators in the industry, we consider travel agents as extended members of our family, and our events such as The Summit are a part of our dedication to their success today and in the future. This event brings travel professionals together to discuss the evolving industry, learn best practices and network,” said Jacki Marks, executive vice president at The Mark Travel Corporation. “This event is a perfect example of our commitment to support, empower and educate agents on the critical issues they face as business owners today. We’re proud to continue to invest in the agents who will continue to play a critical role in the industry.” Keynote speeches from TMTC and other industry executives focused on the state of the travel industry, challenges facing agents as well as what the future holds for agents. Other key themes included the latest advancements in travel agent technology and how technological advances will help agents succeed and remain competitive in the future. Additionally, evening events for guests helped promote networking and create new relationships, bringing together the best in the travel industry. Wellness is a core focus for TMTC, so morning yoga sessions and afternoon exercise classes were a central focus as well. The wellness event, “mindful movement,” is the largest recorded travel wellness event in the industry. Summit is one of the largest travel industry events of the year. About The Mark Travel Corporation The Mark Travel Corporation was founded in 1974 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A La Macchia Enterprises (LME) company, The Mark Travel Corporation owns and manages several respected vacation brands, including Funjet Vacations, Blue Sky Tours, United Vacations, Southwest Vacations and more. For additional information, visit www.MarkTravel.com.
5th July 2018 – The enchanting gardens of Madeira, the exquisite waterways of Sweden and the captivating Norwegian fjords are among the destinations named in Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ most popular sailings for 2019/20. The locations were included in Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ ‘Top 20 Cruises’ brochure, which highlights the most popular hand-picked itineraries for the coming year, and also includes the flourishing lavender fields of Provence and the sensational New Year’s Eve celebrations in Sydney – a voyage first for Boudicca. Martin Lister, Head of Itinerary Planning & Destination Experience for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said:“At Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, we pride ourselves on bringing the world ‘closer’, which is reflected in the exceptional itineraries included in our latest ‘Top 20 Cruises’ brochure. “From exploring Northern Norway’s many scenic islands, experiencing the natural wonders of Iceland and getting immersed in the cultural delight that is the annual ‘Feria de Abril’ – the ‘Seville Fair’ – there is something to capture the hearts and imagination of all of our guests, both old and new.” Highlights of Fred. Olsen’s 2019/20 itineraries include: – Boudicca’s 22-night D1910 ‘Amalfi, Tuscany & the Italian Riviera’ cruise (adult-only), ex Dover on 25th April 2019. Prices start from £2,799 per person.Ports of call: Dover, UK – Malaga, Spain – Mahon, Menorca, Spain – Sorrento, Amalfi Coast, Italy – Naples, Campania, Italy – Amalfi, Amalfi Coast, Italy – Rome (from Civitavecchia), Italy – Livorno, Tuscany, Italy – Portofino, Liguria, Italy – Genoa, Liguria, Italy – Cartagena, Spain – Lisbon, Portugal – Vigo, Spain – Dover, UK – Balmoral’s seven-night L1909 ‘The Best of the Fjords in Seven Nights’ cruise (adult-only), ex Newcastle on 28th May 2019. Prices start from £899 per person.Ports of call: Newcastle, UK – Bergen, Norway – Flåm, Aurlandsfjord, Norway – Olden, Nordfjord, Norway – Hellesylt, Storfjord, Norway – Newcastle, UK – Black Watch’s nine-night W1913 ‘A Taste of Iceland’, ex Liverpool on 28th June 2019.Prices start from £1,299 per person.Ports of call: Liverpool, UK – Reykjavik, Iceland – Ísafjörður, Iceland – Akureyri, Iceland – Seyðisfjörður, Iceland – Liverpool, UK – Braemar’s 14-night M1917 ‘Mediterranean with Lavender in Provence’ cruise, ex Southampton on 9th July 2019. Prices start from £1,799 per person.Ports of call: Southampton, UK – Malaga, Spain – Barcelona, Spain – Marseille, France – Mahon, Menorca, Spain – Cartagena, Spain – Lisbon, Portugal – Southampton, UK All prices shown are based on two adults sharing a twin-bedded Interior Room, and include accommodation, all meals and entertainment on board, and port taxes. For added peace of mind, guests can also choose to upgrade to Fred. Olsen’s great-value ‘all-inclusive’ drinks package, from just £15 per person, per night, and enjoy a choice of selected house wines by the glass, along with selected house beers, house spirits and soft drinks all day, every day, with 50% off many premium drinks, too. For further information on Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, visit the website atwww.fredolsencruises.com/travel-agent-centre, or call the Trade Support Team on 01473 746164.
He told reporters, after meeting the parliamentarian at the remand prison, that he was also giving physical fitness training to his fellow inmates. Parliamentarian Namal Rajapaksa, who was arrested yesterday, is teaching yoga to his fellow inmates at the Welikada remand prison, the joint opposition said today.Joint opposition parliamentarian Dullas Alahapperuma told reporters today that Namal Rajapaksa was in good spirits. He said that this was a blow to Sri Lanka’s judiciary as there was clearly political interference.Namal Rajapaksa was arrested yesterday by the police Financial Crimes Investigations Division (FCID) and produced in court and remanded. He was arrested over alleged financial fraud said to have been committed by him when his father Mahinda Rajapaksa was President. (Colombo Gazette) Meanwhile joint opposition parliamentarian Dinesh Gunawardena claimed that the prison was informed to be prepared even before Namal Rajapaksa was arrested.