IOWA CITY, IA – SEPTEMBER 10: Fans cheer as the Iowa Hawkeyes face the Iowa State Cyclones on September 10, 2016 at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa. (Photo by Matthew Holst/Getty Images)On Friday afternoon, two Big Ten rivals met on the appropriately dubbed Rivalry Weekend. Iowa and Nebraska kicked off just after 12:00 p.m. ET and it looked like the Hawkeyes were ready to run away with the win.Iowa jumped out to an early lead and nearly had the Huskers on the ropes until Adrian Martinez and the Nebraska offense came storming back.The Hawkeyes led 28-13 heading into the fourth quarter, but Martinez led two touchdown drives for the Huskers to knot the game at 28 with just over three minutes left.Iowa then marched down the field and hit a walk-off field goal as time expired to take home its eighth win of the season.Iowa wins The Heroes Trophy on a walk-off field goal and the Hawkeyes are very excited. pic.twitter.com/VEwcbFidY5— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) November 23, 2018The loss sent Nebraska to 4-8 on the season which isn’t the season Huskers fans envisioned when the year kicked off.Iowa will head to a solid bowl game while the Huskers will get ready for next season.
The envoy was briefed by UN staff as he transfers from serving as Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States to the new assignment, a UN spokesperson said, confirming also that Mr. Qazi will be shuttling between New York and Washington, D.C., for the next couple of weeks.Responding to press questions, spokesperson Marie Okabe said the Secretary-General intended to send Mr. Qazi to Iraq as quickly as possible, circumstances permitting, and predicted that he should be able to deploy with a small team by late July or early August.She said that the exact timetable for the new envoy’s deployment will depend on the overall security environment in Iraq and on the necessary arrangements for appropriate facilities and security arrangements with the multinational force, which still need to be finalized.Mr. Qazi’s predecessor, Sergio Vieira de Mello, was killed along with 21 others when terrorists attacked the UN headquarters in Baghdad last August.Once the team is on the ground, Ms. Okabe said, its work would include “supporting the Iraqis in their political process, and one of the first steps in that would be the holding of the national conference.”In a separate development, the International Advisory and Monitoring Board (IAMB) for Iraq, an audit oversight body dealing with the country’s oil revenues, opened a meeting today in Washington at the headquarters of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).The members of the Board expect to receive a finalized audit of the coalition-managed Development Fund for Iraq (DFI) from the accounting firm of KPMG covering the period from its inception to 31 December 2003.The IAMB is expected to release that audit when its meeting concludes on Thursday.