Home » News » Agencies & People » CENTURY 21 opens in Norwich previous nextAgencies & PeopleCENTURY 21 opens in NorwichThe Negotiator16th May 201601,739 Views The agency franchise continues its expansion across the UK with the opening of its latest office, CENTURY 21 Norwich, located in Norwich City centre.The owner of CENTURY 21 Norwich, Alex Okolidoh, has launched the sales side of his agency, identifying an opportunity to expand his existing letting business having built a successful lettings proposition in Norwich over the last 10 years.It will be managed by Sue Clark (MARLA) who has significant experience in property lettings and sales.Rob Clifford, Chief Executive of CENTURY 21 UK and Group Commercial Director of the SDL Group, said, “We welcome Alex and his team to the CENTURY 21 UK Group and, given his experience and local knowledge built up over the past 10 years in the city’s lettings market, we are confident he’ll be able to transfer this into sales. Alex has clearly recognised the importance of having a known brand when it comes to developing a sales proposition, and we have no doubts he will be extremely successful.”Alex said, “When we were looking to branch out into sales we considered a number of options but it soon became clear that we needed to hit the ground running, we needed a recognisable brand in order to do this, and we wanted to tap into a high-level support structure that would help us get to where we wanted to be much more quickly.”Norwich branch agency franchise Century 21 CENTURY 21 Norwich May 16, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles 40% of tenants planning a move now that Covid has eased says Nationwide3rd May 2021 Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021
INTRO: SBB will celebrate 150 years of railways in Switzerland with the biggest jump in train-km since 1982. This first manifestation of Bahn 2000 marks the start of real improvements in what SBB can offer the passengerBYLINE: Nicolas PerrinDeputy Delegate, Bahn 2000Swiss Federal RailwaysIT IS 15 YEARS since Swiss Federal Railways set a world standard for passenger convenience by introducing an integrated regular-interval timetable. Development and implementation of Bahn 2000 has now reached the stage where the benefits of new trains and infrastructure are becoming tangible.In the early 1980s, the aim of the Taktfahrplan was to attract more passengers by providing connecting trains at hourly intervals across most of the country. Its success is demonstrated by the fact that Swiss people make more rail journeys than any other Europeans.Taktfahrplan spawned the Bahn 2000 concept, presented to the nation in 1985. The idea was simple – ’more often, faster, more direct and more comfortable’ – a national hub-and-spoke service, with journey times between hubs cut to just under an hour.New construction would only be needed to ease bottlenecks, or where inter-hub times were in excess of 60min. Shorter overall journey times would come largely from reduced waiting time between connections. Benefits would be spread over the whole network, rather than just core routes.Approval by referendum on December 6 1987 began a period of development and construction; many of the original concepts were modified as a result of higher demand forecasts, tighter restrictions on new civil works, and cost underestimates.A revision of the project, applying new technology to rolling stock design, allowed some costly infrastructure work to be dropped, keeping the modified Bahn 2000 within the original budget. Parliamentary approval for revision of the phasing of the programme was granted in 1994. Since then SBB has been working on the first phase, keeping to cost and schedule.Trains before trackPressure to keep costs down saw iterative optimisation of the overall passenger offer against the cost of rolling stock and infrastructure. Priority was given to improving service through better organisation, then through better rolling stock. Lastly, new infrastructure would be considered.The advantage of new trains against new infrastructure is that benefits to the passenger are more immediate and tangible. Rolling stock can be adapted to suit market conditions, and the changed priorities should also help reduce operating costs and environmental impact.A vital aspect of the deal for the passenger is high punctuality – essential for reliable, but short connecting times. SBB aims to run 95% of trains within 3min of booked timing, and 75% within 1min.Rolling stock measuresImpuls 97 will be implemented with three rolling stock innovations.IC2000 double-deck trains will raise passenger capacity without using additional paths. The first two rakes will go into service this summer between St Gallen and Interlaken; three more sets will be deployed later this year. They offer 40% more seats per coach than a standard Mk IV, and raise the maximum number of passengers that already busy routes can handle. Per seat purchase price and maintenance costs are lower, though comfort is higher.Push-pull operation has spread from S-Bahn and regional trains to InterCity and fast services. A fleet of 60 MkIV driving trailer cars from Schindler has allowed fixed-formation operation, cutting light locomotive movements at busy stations like Zürich and Luzern. This has freed capacity for additional trains.Key to reducing the need for new lines is the use of tilting trains, able to cut inter-hub journey times to under an hour over existing alignments. SBB ordered 24 sets last July from a consortium of Adtranz, Schindler and Fiat-SIG, the latter supplying tilt technology. The prototype set is due to be delivered by mid-1998, with fleet service on the Lausanne – Biel – Zürich route due in 2001 (p325).Infrastructure impactEven with innovative rolling stock and careful planning, Bahn 2000 still requires around 100 infrastructure projects, ranging from optimising the layout of points and crossings to reduce conflicting movements, through extra platforms and multi-tracking, to completely new main lines.Biggest of all is the 46 km Mattstetten – Rothrist route between Bern and Olten (RG 6.96 p319). Work is already under way at both ends, where short cutoffs have already been completed (the Grauholz and Born tunnels). Boring of the 4·7 km Murgenthal tunnel is in hand. Concerns remain over the environmental impact of the rest of the line, and so the government has established a procedure for objections to be raised through the national court. When complete, the line will allow InterCity trains to run at up to 200 km/h, cutting the Bern – Zürich journey time to 57min.Although upgrading and multi-tracking will ease congestion on main routes, the node stations will become increasingly busy. The problem is especially acute at Zürich, where surface platforms must accommodate 26 arrivals and departures in a 22min period of each half-hour. SBB timetable compilers are already working on the timetable for 2005 to ensure its smooth operation. But as traffic grows, an increasing problem will be the number of passengers changing trains, placing considerable strain on the station’s circulating areas. A SFr475m expansion and rebuilding of Zürich HB will see construction of further walkways connecting the platforms.Other stations to be expanded include Aarau, being rebuilt as part of the main line quadrupling project, and Olten, where SFr255m is being spent on squeezing four new platforms onto railway land on the west side of the station and rebuilding existing platforms.Signalling is also being upgraded, with remaining mechanical signalling being replaced by 1999 under a SFr174m programme. Electronic interlocking has allowed capacity increases, with 2min headways lifting the number of trains through a double track line to over 350 per day.Total infrastructure spend on works completed, under construction or committed is around SFr3bn.ImplementationImpuls 97 goes live with the timetable change in June, an appropriate way to celebrate our jubilee. It puts into service a number of individual Bahn 2000 projects as early as possible, so that passengers begin to benefit.SBB will increase its train-km run by about 4%, with frequency stepped up to half-hourly on the Zürich – Bern, Zürich – St Gallen, and Bern – Fribourg routes, with consequential timetable restructuring.Capacity will be augmented between St Gallen and Interlaken when the first two rakes of IC2000 double-deck coaches are put into service. Structure gauge enlargement, including a week-long closure of the Spiez – Interlaken line, has been undertaken over the last year to give sufficient clearance for the new trains. A spin-off benefit is that these routes are now available for 4m-high piggyback traffic. The rest of the fleet of 58 vehicles will be phased in during this year.New infrastructure coming on line with Impuls 97 includes the four-tracking between Aarau and Rupperswil, sections of double-tracking, such as Luzern – Zug, and station rebuilds at Aarau and Lausanne.After ImpulsStage two of the Bahn 2000 project comes in 2001, to coincide with the national EXPO. This will include the completion of the Lausanne – Biel – Zürich corridor upgrade. The fleet of tilting trains on this route will cut 20min from the Lausanne – Zürich journey time, and, when combined with the main line via Fribourg, will give a high quality, half-hourly interval service between eastern and western Switzerland.Double-deck trains cannot run beyond Bern on SBB’s east-west main line because of insufficient gauge clearance throughout much of the Kreis I western region. Work to improve this will be carried out over the next two or three years. This includes an intense two nights and a day blockade of Perraudettaz tunnel between Fribourg and Lausanne, with profile enlargement work due to be shown on national television.Further double-deck coaches are due to be ordered in 1997-98 to increase capacity on services from Bern to Lausanne and Genève.Original goals achievedFull implementation of Bahn 2000 will see significant service improvements. Long distance train frequency on a further seven routes linking pairs of ’hub’ stations will be doubled to half-hourly, with connecting travel times cut by an average of 8%, and new through routes launched.Centrepiece of this last phase will be inauguration of the Mattstetten – Rothrist new line, and expansion of the Zürich hub to give more, shorter connections each half-hour. Reducing the time between Switzerland’s political and economic centres of Bern and Zürich to just 57min embodies the original aims of the Taktfahrplan: more often, faster, more direct, and more comfortable. oCAPTION: Vital infrastructure for Impuls 97 was the completion of quadrupling from west of Aarau, through the rebuilt station (top) and east (above) to RupperswilCAPTION: Murgenthal tunnel forms one end of the Mattstetten – Rothrist new line between Bern and OltenCAPTION: Work on the Adler tunnel between Mutttenz and Liestal near Basel is well under way. It will divert traffic from Bern and the L
Apartment sales are starting to pick up according to Haesley Cush.A few months ago I wrote about the resurgence of the inner city apartment market.The unit market has been so quiet in the last couple of years that when someone turned up to an open house, agents just assumed they were a lost neighbour or tourist looking for directions!Well I’m pleased to report that the reported increase in activity has continued and has started to swell.We sold every apartment under the hammer that we took to auction in July. With multiple bidders in the previously dormant range of $480,000 to $520,000.We have seen a rise in open house numbers, offers and now sales. We are yet to see an increase in price, but that is largely due to the number of apartments that have been on the market.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours ago Auctioneer Haesley Cush has noticed a lift in unit sales. Picture: AAP/David ClarkWe are simply seeing demand creep closer to supply. Obviously while the number of available apartments outweighs the number of buyers in the market, prices will remain steady.It’s this steady platform however that is giving buyers confidence that we have seen the bottom of this market and prices can now only go up. It’s no longer a chance of ‘if’ but ‘when’.So staring into my crystal ball, I expect to see the number of transactions in the unit market increase.This will start in the inner city and head to the suburbs. The smart money will look for the apartments that offer something slightly unique for example a courtyard, larger floor plate, additional car park etc.As these units are snapped we should start to see competition and then ultimately the rise of prices in the unit market.
By Dave Panske SEYMOUR, Wis. (May 4) – On the best night for racing in the area so far this season, N.E.W. DIRT opened its 31st season at Seymour Speedway Sunday night. A field of 94 cars checked in and a hardy crowd witnessed a fast paced, competitive night of racing. Lucas Lamberies led the opening three circuits of the Karl Chevrolet SportMod main before Andy Kleczka took the outside line to front. On lap seven, Jeremy Cota moved into second. Kleczka stayed in the high groove with Cota running low.Over the final five laps, Cota kept inching alongside Kleczka. Kleczka was half a car length ahead with two to go and the pair crossed the line even under the white. Cota got a better jump off turn two on the final lap and was able to hold off Klecka to pick up the win. Bill Kelsey set the pace for the first six laps of the Coors Light IMCA Sunoco Stock Car main.On lap seven, Mike Coel inched into the top spot but John Heinz moved into the runner-up spot and took over the lead on lap nine. Heinz maintained control but when completing lap 11, his machine exploded and spun around in front of the field. Fortunately, the spin went to the inside and Heinz rolled the car backwards with traffic to avoid a more serious accident. Frederick inherited the lead with Brandon Czarapata taking second. Czarapata hooked up on the inside of the track and took the lead one lap later.Rod Snellenberger and Coel made it tough on the leader until a final caution on lap 16 when Coel tagged Snellenberger and sent him up to the wall. Snellenberger was put back in second with Coel going to the back. Czarapata held on for the final four laps and the win. Jamie Schmidt outdueled pole sitter Mike Wedelstadt for the lead on the opening lap of the Budweiser IMCA Modified feature and, after a couple laps, settled into a perfect rhythm in the high groove to start to pull away from the field.The win for Schmidt was his first here since Aug. 8 of 2010.
It’s Week 5 of college football, and teams are now in the thick of their respective conference slates.This week, that results in two top-25 matchups. We have No. 21 USC and No. 17 Washington out of the Pac-12 and a pseudo-ACC matchup between No. 18 Virginia and No. 10 Notre Dame. Jalen Hurts to Charleston Rambo for 48 yards! #Sooners pic.twitter.com/dR0Ms0THmJ— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 201912:05 p.m.: And for the first time all season, Michigan hasn’t fumbled on its opening drive. It’s 7-0 Wolverines off the 48-yard touchdown connection.MICHIGAN STRIKES FIRST! Shea Patterson hits Nico Collins short, Collins takes it to the house for a 48 yard TD! pic.twitter.com/nH5Mmyg6hm— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 2019Noon: That’s sad and all, but … is that at all surprising?Lee Corso breaking Gabrielle Union and Nebraska fans’ hearts 💔(📍 @nationalguard) pic.twitter.com/8vu5vjITKj— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) September 28, 2019 MORE: Watch college football games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Other games to key in on are No. 24 Kansas State vs. Oklahoma State and No. 5 Ohio State vs. Nebraska, this site of this week’s “College GameDay.”Below are scores, highlights and other updates from across the college football landscape:College football scores, results for Week 5 top 25 gamesHere’s the full Week 5 schedule for the top 25 college football games, plus final scores and how to watch every game live.Check out SN’s live scoreboard for stats and more.Friday, Sept. 27GameNo. 12 Penn State 59, Maryland 0Arizona State 24, No. 15 Cal 17Saturday, Sept. 28GameNo. 6 Oklahoma 55, Texas Tech 16No. 8 Wisconsin 24, Northwestern 15No. 14 Iowa 48, Middle Tennessee State 3No. 20 Michigan 52, Rutgers 0No. 23 Texas A&M 31, Arkansas 27No. 1 Clemson 21, North Carolina 20No. 2 Alabama 59, Ole Miss 31No. 10 Notre Dame 35, No. 18 Virginia 20No. 17 Washington 28, No. 21 USC 14No. 25 Michigan State 40, Indiana 31No. 9 Florida 38, Towson 0No. 7 Auburn 56, Mississippi State 23No. 22 UCF 56, UConn 21Oklahoma State 26, No. 24 Kansas State 13No. 5 Ohio State 48, Nebraska 7No. 19 Utah 38, Washington State 13Live updates, highlights from Week 5 top 25 games10:36 p.m.: Utah takes a 7-0 lead over Washington State late in the first quarter.🙌 @Utah_Football strikes first in SLC! pic.twitter.com/8UbbbM7HDD— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 29, 201910:14 p.m.: With the ranked games being duds, we turn to a very good catch by a quarterback on a “Stanford Special” in Corvallis.𝚂𝚃𝙰𝙽𝙵𝙾𝚁𝙳 𝚂𝙿𝙴𝙲𝙸𝙰𝙻[email protected] 🏈 @Millsions📺: @Pac12Network #GoStanford pic.twitter.com/7b21SLG7TH— Stanford Football (@StanfordFball) September 29, 20199:43 p.m.: The late afternoon slate has…not delivered. No. 7 Auburn leads Mississippi State 49-9, and No. 5 Ohio State is up 41-0 on Nebraska. Oklahoma State leads No. 24 Kansas State, 16-3, but a lengthy weather delay means that game is just now entering halftime.8:55 p.m.: The Buckeyes are leaving no doubt.Let’s check in on Nebraska… pic.twitter.com/HC681mIu8V— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 29, 20198:21 p.m.: Pretty cool-looking interception here for Ohio State, which is rolling early against Nebraska.WOW!!! Incredible INT by Jeff Okudah on his back!!!!!!! His 2nd INT of the game! pic.twitter.com/HRzn5OHBmc— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 29, 20198:19 p.m.: Auburn raced out to a 21-0 lead in the first 6:01, now leads 28-9.6 minutes into the first quarter and Auburn is up 21-0 vs Miss. State!Watch the blocks by the TE & FB on this TD run! pic.twitter.com/zSPyLhKXTf— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20197:15 p.m.: Indiana tied the game with a touchdown, but Michigan State drives down the field and hits a chip shot field goal to win it.TIE GAME IN EAST LANSING! 💥@IndianaFootball evens it at 31. Get to BTN now for the finish: pic.twitter.com/sUtbNrKuKc— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) September 28, 2019Michigan State and Indiana were tied at 31 with eight seconds left.Here’s how @MSU_Football walked away in regulation with a 40-31 win: pic.twitter.com/UyJHpBPqQy— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) September 28, 20196:42 p.m.: North Carolina scores a touchdown and goes for the 2-point conversion but comes up short! Clemson recovers the onside and will extend its regular-season winning streak.Clemson beats North Carolina 21-20 after a failed 2-point conversion by North Carolina pic.twitter.com/C2Gv5WPpr5— The Buckeye Nut (@TheBuckeyeNut) September 28, 20196:25 p.m.: Meanwhile, the Hoosiers are looking to pull the upset on Michigan State.Holy Hale!Donavan Hale hauls it in with one hand, and @IndianaFootball leads Michigan State.#BTNStandout x @AutoOwnersIns pic.twitter.com/lrjaenrPZA— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) September 28, 20196:16 p.m.: Go-ahead touchdown for Clemson, and a celebratory shushing of the North Carolina crowd.CLEMSON TAKES THE LEAD! Trevor Lawrence with a 38 yard TD to Tee Higgins! pic.twitter.com/TBMruUGp5l— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20196:15 p.m.: Another huge defensive play for Notre Dame.BIG PLAY BY THE NOTRE DAME DEFENSE! Perkins gets strip-sacked by Julian Okwara, Adetokunbo Ogundeji recovers and returns it for a touchdown!! pic.twitter.com/yCUPnyyBkS— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20196:12 p.m.: Smith continues.DEVONTA SMITH WITH HIS 5TH TOUCHDOWN CATCH OF THE DAY!!! FIFTH!!! #RollTide pic.twitter.com/RGIVebDNvv— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20195:54 p.m.: Huge momentum swing for the Fighting Irish.MYRON TAGOVAILOA-AMOSA SNATCHES IT TO SET UP THE IRISH FOR A TD! pic.twitter.com/EJd2D4kVir— Notre Dame on NBC (@NDonNBC) September 28, 20195:22 p.m.: Unreal half for Alabama wide receiver Devonta Smith.DEVONTA SMITH CANNOT BE STOPPED!!!!Smith in the first half: 8 REC | 221 YDS | 4 TDsIN THE FIRST HALF!!!!!!!!!!!! #RollTide pic.twitter.com/jQwwPIuNJ7— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20195:05 p.m.: The Tigers enter the locker room tied.Clemson ties the game before halftime! Trevor Lawrence with a 3 yard TD run! pic.twitter.com/Jk3vleFK8Q— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20195:03 p.m.: A couple of nice plays cap a touchdown drive for Alabama. The Crimson Tide have distanced themselves from an opponent that hung around early, if you can believe it.DEVONTA SMITH TURNS THE SHORT PASS INTO A 25 YARD TOUCHDOWN! #SPEEDKILLS pic.twitter.com/6vC4zEAihV— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20194:42 p.m.: The Tar Heels are giving Clemson a fight.🚨 NORTH CAROLINA RETAKES THE LEAD 🚨Sam Howell with a 10 yard TD to Beau Corrales!! pic.twitter.com/1zi7gR6dFU— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20194:39 p.m.: There were a couple of big wide receiver injuries a bit ago: Rondale Moore and Henry Ruggs. Ruggs returned; Moore was carted off.4:30 p.m.: Another uninspiring start for Clemson.Update: North Carolina no longer leads… Travis Etienne 13 yard TD run! #Clemson pic.twitter.com/6OAu3U4EMt— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20194:28 p.m.: Whatever works, Washington.Salvon Ahmed fumbles, Andre Baccellia recovers in the end-zone for the touchdown for Washington!! pic.twitter.com/g7hTWg4OcM— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20194:17 p.m.: Notre Dame takes the lead. Fighting Irish defense is swarming, and the offense is taking advantage.NOTRE DAME TAKES THE LEAD! C’Bo Flemister powers his way in for the 11 yard TD! pic.twitter.com/jT6e1IQoz9— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20193:55 p.m.: The Cavaliers want to send a message this week.Virginia strikes first! Bryce Perkins hits Joe Reed for the 6 yard TD! pic.twitter.com/c204zQmaSA— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20193:46 p.m.: Alabama strikes quickly.TUA TO DEVONTA SMITH FOR THE 74 YARD TD!!! SLANTS KILL! #BAMA pic.twitter.com/g8q8Xpb2AC— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20193:23 p.m.: Texas A&M will escape with a win, as Ben Hicks’ heroics come up short.TEXAS A&M SURVIVES!!!! pic.twitter.com/ITsMvxAKrE— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20192:57 p.m.: The Badgers with their second scoop-and-score of the game, and that should just about do it.Another big play by the Wisconsin defense! Noah Burks comes down with the INT and returns it for a 68 yard TD! Likely the dagger for the #Badgers! pic.twitter.com/TTv0p2PRbz— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20192:22 p.m.: Wisconsin’s offense isn’t doing much, so the defense took matters into their own hands.Eric Burrell gets the strip-sack on Hunter Johnson, Matt Henningsen recovers in the end-zone for the Wisconsin TD!! #Badgers pic.twitter.com/Vx2fwNgsla— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20192:20 p.m.: Elsewhere in poor tackling…Vandy defender had Mitchell Brinkman wrapped up then just let him go…. Brinkman took it for a 38 yard TD! #NIU is hanging around! pic.twitter.com/wGy28wqZrr— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20192:08 p.m.: Put another on the board for Hurts.Jalen Hurts with a 65 yard TD to CeeDee Lamb! Texas Tech’s defense has no interest in tackling today. Jesus this was bad. pic.twitter.com/mnJbdV8eay— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20192 p.m.: Michigan on a mission.Rutgers fumbled the opening kickoff of the 2nd half… Michigan turns it into points! Christian Turner 7 yard TD run! pic.twitter.com/2CjbVHmBNh— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20191:43 p.m.: Hurts with another touchdown. Oklahoma heads into halftime with a 34-10 lead. Hurts has completed 12 of 16 passes for 308 yards and two touchdowns; he has also ran eight times for 60 yards and another score.Annnd Oklahoma’s back in the end-zone! Jalen Hurts with a beautiful 14 yard TD pass to CeeDee Lamb! #Sooners pic.twitter.com/JzWXXiGAvw— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20191:29 p.m.: Oklahoma with no respect — none — for the Texas Tech defense.Oklahoma went for it on 4th & 11….. and picked up 23 yards. Bad missed tackles by Texas Tech’s defense. pic.twitter.com/Tu4S4nhu5P— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20191:25 p.m.: Arkansas has retaken the lead!ARKANSAS TAKES THE LEAD!! Ben Hicks, who came in for Starkel, with a 13 yard back shoulder TD to Mike Woods! pic.twitter.com/9Ojr3iLobz— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20191:13 p.m.: What a rollercoaster of emotions these teams have gone through. It’s now 14-10 A&M.Trouble with the handoff between Mond & Spiller, A&M fumble and De’Jon Harris recovers for the 6 yard TD for Arkansas!! pic.twitter.com/34OLQ1So2D— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20191:09 p.m.: Michigan up 21-0 by way of Shea Patterson’s second touchdown run of the day.Shea Patterson with his 2nd TD run of the day! This one puts #Michigan up 21-0! pic.twitter.com/vUCCiQ7B30— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20191:04 p.m.: Iowa imposing its will.Brady Ross with a 1 yard TD run for #Iowa! pic.twitter.com/IOBFabjAHR— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 20191 p.m.: Nice job by Hurts to go through his progression, but that one’s all CeeDee Lamb. What a weapon.Annnnd Oklahoma responds with a 1 play scoring drive! Jalen Hurts with a 71 yard TD to CeeDee Lamb pic.twitter.com/8uTOcVzDpe— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 201912:58 p.m.: No one actually expected Oklahoma to pitch a shutout against the Red Raiders, did they?Texas Tech is on the board!! Armand Shyne with a 13 yard TD run! #RedRaiders pic.twitter.com/CmkzGrJwlI— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 201912:57 p.m.: Isaiah Spiller putting some distance between Arkansas and A&M.Texas A&M is up 14-0 on Arkansas after this 4 yard TD run by Isaiah Spiller! #Aggies pic.twitter.com/eLLMC1n0JD— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 201912:43 p.m.: It doesn’t get much better than that. Nate Stanley with the dime to make it 17-0!Nate Stanley with a perfect 18 yard TD pass to Brandon Smith! #Iowa pic.twitter.com/GzJazuAfEB— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 201912:37 p.m.: A&M on the board first, but Arkansas typically plays the Aggies tough in this one.TEXAS A&M STRIKES FIRST! Kellen Mond with a 9 yard TD to Ainias Smith!! pic.twitter.com/gnzTEk8zgs— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 201912:34 p.m.: Hurts doing a good job leading Charleston Rambo here.Jalen Hurts drops it in perfectly to Charleston Rambo for 74 yards!! #Sooners pic.twitter.com/XxI0Fn3XU0— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 201912:30 p.m.: Two drives, two touchdowns for Michigan.Michigan is back in the end-zone! Shea Patterson 2 yard TD run! pic.twitter.com/LGdaXrSZ2C— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 201912:20 p.m.: Jonathan Taylor with six carries for 27 yards and a score after this one.WISCONSIN IS ON THE BOARD… And of course it’s Jonathan Taylor that scored! 13 yard TD run on 4th & 2!! #Badgers pic.twitter.com/3wPkcYm1AV— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 28, 201912:12 p.m.: Look at the way Jalen Hurts split those defenders!