BEVERLY HILLS, CA – AUGUST 07: Reggie Bush, Joel Klatt and Kevin Burkhardt of Fox Sports speak during the Fox segment of the 2019 Summer TCA Press Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on August 7, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images) *** Reggie Bush; Joel Klatt; Kevin BurkhardtFOX Sports college football analyst Joel Klatt has a top 10 team on “upset alert” heading into Week 9 of the regular season. He believes it’s a “classic” trap game.Penn State, the No. 6 team in the country following the Nittany Lions’ home win over Michigan, is taking on Michigan State in East Lansing this weekend.James Franklin’s team is coming off a huge home win and now it has to play a tough Spartans team on the road. That could spell trouble.“This is a terrible spot for Penn State…think about what it takes out of you to win back-to-back games against ranked teams…and by the way, they got away with a win against Michigan. Michigan was really the better team in the second half,” explained Klatt, per Saturday Tradition. “Now you’ve gotta turn right back around and go on the road against a defensive power. This is likely to be a low-scoring affair, you’re likely to start running out of some energy, you go on the road. This is a classic trap game where Michigan State has history against Penn State…I’m a bit nervous for Penn State this week. I think a win in any form – win by 3, by 2, whatever, it doesn’t matter – if they can get out of this week with a win, that is a huge plus for Penn State.”You can view his full comments below:Michigan State has had Penn State’s number in recent years, and @PennStateFball is coming off back-to-back tough wins. @joelklatt of @CFBONFOX breaks down the challenges @MSU_Football will pose this weekend once again for the Nittany Lions: pic.twitter.com/Y9gcX8I9DW— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) October 23, 2019ESPN’s Football Power Index also has the Nittany Lions on upset alert. The FPI is giving Michigan State a roughly 30 percent chance of winning this game.Penn State and Michigan State are set to kick off at 3:30 p.m. E.T.The game will be on ABC.
Chairman of the HAJ, Norman Brown, made the announcement at the ground breaking ceremony for the construction of 754 housing solutions at Rhyne Park Estate, in Rose Hall, St. James, on August 9. The Housing Agency of Jamaica (HAJ) is on track to begin work on over 3,600 housing solutions this year. He outlined that the Rhyne Park Estate development is a major segment of the overall development. Story Highlights The Housing Agency of Jamaica (HAJ) is on track to begin work on over 3,600 housing solutions this year.Chairman of the HAJ, Norman Brown, made the announcement at the ground breaking ceremony for the construction of 754 housing solutions at Rhyne Park Estate, in Rose Hall, St. James, on August 9.He outlined that the Rhyne Park Estate development is a major segment of the overall development.The $8.4 billion project is being done under a joint venture partnership with the China-based Henan Fifth Construction (HFC) Group Company Limited.“I take great pleasure in welcoming this tremendous partnership between HAJ and HFC Group and I know this partnership is a game changer for the housing industry in Jamaica,” Mr. Brown said.He pointed out that the HAJ has been active in Montego Bay and the wider St. James over the years, confronting challenges in the various informal communities, and cited the agency’s involvement in an infrastructure upgrading project in Grange Pen.“We are currently doing a project in the Brownfield Division of Grange Pen where we are putting in the necessary infrastructure – roads, sewerage, water systems and electricity grid – at a cost of about $990 million,” Mr. Brown explained.Additionally, he pointed to the agency’s land titling programme currently being undertaken in the parish, noting that residents will have the opportunity to be “a part of the [land] ownership structure in Jamaica.”“Once we build out, our residents would take up their titles and move forward in finishing their houses,” Mr. Brown said.In his address, Montego Bay’s Mayor, Councillor Homer Davis, lauded the HAJ for its active role in providing housing solutions for citizens of the parish.A mixture of one to three-bedroom townhouses, apartments, and single family units are being built at Rhyne Park Estate and should be completed in three years.