first_imgLamical Perine runs with the ball for Florida.GAINESVILLE, FL – OCTOBER 06: Lamical Perine #22 of the Florida Gators runs for yardage during the game against the LSU Tigers at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on October 6, 2018 in Gainesville, Florida. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)The LSU Tigers, the No. 5 ranked team in the country, will not be going undefeated in 2018. LSU fell to Florida on road Saturday, 27-19, in what can only be described as an ugly game.LSU trailed most of the contest, but actually took a 19-14 lead early in the fourth quarter on a one-yard touchdown run by Nick Brossette. But Florida responded quickly on a two-run touchdown run by Lamical Perine to take the lead back, 20-19.LSU was done in on a 25-yard interception return by Brad Stewart Jr. with just under two minutes to play. It was Joe Burrow’s first pick as a Tiger.LSU got the ball back one last time after the score, but was unable to muster much of a drive. The final score was 27-19.The Swamp is alive!Florida is up on #5 LSU with 2 minutes to go.pic.twitter.com/tqgXgglSi1— Sporting News (@sportingnews) October 6, 2018It’s LSU’s first loss on the season. That said, the Tigers still have Georgia and Alabama on the schedule – so they have an opportunity to play themselves back into the race in the SEC.For Florida, it’s a huge win in Dan Mullen’s first season in Gainesville. The Gators have one blemish on the season – a week two loss to upstart Kentucky.Florida next gets Vanderbilt on the road, while LSU hosts Georgia.last_img read more


first_imgWhen redesigning a well-loved playground on the Halifax waterfront, who better to ask than children? Waterfront Development Corporation Limited is hosting a fun, interactive design consultation session for children ages four to ten on Saturday, Feb. 27. “This is a wonderful opportunity to combine the important elements of project consultation with the energy and ideas of children,” said Colin MacLean, president and CEO, Waterfront Development Corporation Ltd. About 25 spaces are available and children from all communities are encouraged to attend. Waterfront Development Corporation Ltd. is working with community partners, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and Halifax Regional Municipality on the project. It will be overseen by local company Outside Planning and Design Studio. The playground, about 25 years old, is located near the museum. The project is part of the corporation’s ongoing commitment to revitalize and reinvest in the waterfront. Construction is expected to begin in June after design plans, including children’s feedback, are finalized. The playground will be wooden in structure incorporating a nautical theme. The session will run from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., starting with an interactive tour of the museum. After the tour, participants will gather in small, facilitated groups to colour, mold and create their vision of the perfect waterfront playground from ships to marine life. There is no fee to sign up, but parents must register their child before Friday, Feb. 19. Space is limited. For more information or to register, call 902-422-6591 or e-mail cgilbert@wdcl.ca . Waterfront Development Corporation Ltd. is a provincial Crown corporation that manages the provincially owned land along the waterfronts from Halifax, Dartmouth, Bedford and Lunenburg. The corporation hosted Tall Ships Nova Scotia 2009 that brought in $32.8 million to the province, and is the presenter of Waterfront Winterfest, Feb. 26-28.last_img read more