ARLINGTON, TX – SEPTEMBER 15: Dwayne Haskins #7 of the Ohio State Buckeyes looks for an open receiver against the TCU Horned Frogs in the second quarter during The AdvoCare Showdown at AT&T Stadium on September 15, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)The most impressive team over the past weekend had to be Ohio State, especially after dominating Michigan through four quarters. With an upcoming trip to the Big Ten Championship on the horizon, it’s clear that the Buckeyes will be the favorites.Despite all the success that Northwestern had this season in conference play, the Wildcats don’t have nearly the same talent as the Buckeyes. More importantly, Ohio State is possibly one more win from making the College Football Playoff.If the Buckeyes’ defense can replicate its performance from last Saturday, they’ll be difficult to beat.OddsShark’s computer model already has the projected score for the game, and it’s suggesting the Buckeyes will win in convincing fashion.Here is the score prediction:Ohio State would greatly benefit from another double-digit victory. With Georgia and Oklahoma also vying for the final spot in the playoff, it’ll be crucial to leave a strong final impression.Northwestern and Ohio State are set to kick off at 8:00 p.m. ET from Lucas Oil Stadium.Which team do you believe will win the Big Ten Championship?
The United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) today formally took control of the airport serving Pristina, the province’s capital, ending five years of military authority over the transport hub.At a ceremony marking the handover, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Kosovo, Harri Holkeri, said the transfer to civilian control sends a positive message after the recent wave of deadly violence in the province.”In spite of the terrible setback caused by the violence…we are moving forward,” Mr. Holkeri said.The envoy said Pristina airport is expected to handle more than 800,000 civilian passengers this year, a huge increase from 1999, when it was used mainly for military and humanitarian purposes.Until now the airport had been controlled by troops from the Kosovo Force (KFOR), which is led by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Mr. Holkeri thanked KFOR and NATO, especially some of its Member States, for their work in “ensuring Kosovo’s lifeline to the outside world.”