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!
The Chairperson of the African Union Commission (AUC), Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, has said that the outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease exposed the weakness in the health sector of countries. She has warned that as a lesson from the Ebola crisis, Africans governments should now see the need to develop a robust public health systems in their various countries.Dr. Zuma, a former Health Minister of South Africa, said if this is done, it will help African governments to respond sufficiently to such outbreaks as the EVD and any other future health eventualities.Speaking in Monrovia last week, the AUC boss also said that governments on the continent should put a lot of emphasis on health and hygiene being taught in schools so that children grow up having a good understanding about health issues, including infectious diseases and among others.She was addressing a press stakeout along with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in the foyer of the Foreign Ministry during a solidarity visit. Dr. also stressed that Africans should make sure that our various cultures and health should go together.Dr. Zuma, who was heading a 14-member delegation that paid a daylong official visit to Liberia, said they were in the country to express solidarity and sympathies to the government and people of Liberia.“We are very happy to be here, even though under difficult circumstances, to show and express our solidarity and to also extend our sympathies to those who have passed due to the Ebola crisis,” Dr. Zuma said.She commended Liberia for its fortitude and courage in facing this very difficult situation. “We hope that you will continue and sooner rather than later you will be successful in dealing with Ebola.”On lessons learnt from the Ebola outbreak, the AU Chairperson emphasized that health and education should be embedded in each country’s economic development plan. “If there is no health and skills, there can be no economic development,” she warned, adding, “You need both human and financial capital. All our countries should be strengthening their health services and making sure that investment in its citizens is strong.”“Countries like Japan they don’t have many mineral resources, but they invest more in health and education and we can see how far these countries are developed. So in all of our countries we need to prioritize the issues of health and education,” she said.Dr. Zuma disclosed that the AUC is trying to mobilize more human resources from member states to contribute to the efforts of the international community to contain and eradicate the virus that’s devastating the sub-region.The African Union has already deployed a 36-member team of medical personnel to assist with the fight against Ebola under the African Union Support to Ebola Outbreak Operations in West Africa (ASEOWA).She disclosed that the AU is also trying to mobilize the business community within the region to contribute to the fight against the Ebola virus disease as well post-Ebola “because of the socio-economic challenges it will pose afterwards.”Meanwhile, many health experts, both continental and global, have noted that the level of devastation or destruction carried out by the Ebola Virus Disease in the Mano River Union basin since its outbreak is as a result of the fragile state of the public health systems in the region. Similar situations also exist in most parts of the African continent, they said.This rendered citizens of these countries vulnerability to any viral attacks as it is being experienced with this outbreak, health experts have maintained.The outbreak of the Ebola Virus disease further laid bare the vulnerability of countries of the African continent, situations that are most times attributed to corruption and bad governance on the continent.The AUC delegation that visited Liberia included the Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission of Africa (ECA), Dr. Carlos Lopes; the head of the African Union Support to Ebola Outbreak Operations in West Africa (ASEOWA), Major General Dr. Julius Oketta; and African Union Commission Ambassador to Liberia, Ambassador Toyin Solaja.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)