Jim Harbaugh Asked About Not Being Able To Beat Ohio State

first_imgHead coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines looks on during warmups before the college football game against the Florida Gators.ARLINGTON, TX – SEPTEMBER 02: Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines looks on during warmups before the college football game against the Florida Gators at AT&T Stadium on September 2, 2017 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Jim Harbaugh is one of the most-prominent coaches in college football. Few – if any – in the sport have received more coverage and attention than Harbaugh over the past couple of years.The results in Ann Arbor, Mich. have yet to match the hype, though. Michigan has yet to win the Big Ten under Harbaugh and the Wolverines’ record against their rivals is a poor one.Michigan is winless against Ohio State and has defeated Michigan State just once.Harbaugh, speaking at Big Ten Media Days, was asked about his inability to beat the Buckeyes and the Wolverines.His answer was pretty short.“Improvement will lead to success, will lead to championships,” he told reporters.Jim Harbaugh asked about being most hyped coach in college football & not finishing in top 2 in Big Ten East & 1-5 vs. OSU/MSU. How will he meet expectations? Harbaugh’s entire response: “Improvement will lead to success will lead to championships— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) July 23, 2018Well, that’s one way to answer that question. We’ll see if Michigan has more success against its rivals this season. The Wolverines, with Shea Patterson behind center, could be primed to do just that.last_img read more

Man charged after the bodies of two women are found in the

Detective Chief Inspector Simon Harding, leading the investigation into the women found in a freezer in Canning Town Another cousin, Ayse Hussein, 41, said: “It’s a horrible waiting game. If that’s not my cousin, then it’s someone else’s child. It’s just terrible.” A man has been charged with two counts of preventing a lawful burial after the bodies of two women were found in a freezer in an east London flat on Friday, Scotland Yard said. The bodies of two women found fully clothed on top of each other in a freezer at a flat in east London may not be identified for more than a week, because of the “unusual” and “complex” nature of the investigation, a senior police officer has said.In a statement Metropolitan Police confirmed that Zarhid Younis, 34, had been charged, adding: “A man has been charged with two counts of preventing the lawful and decent burial of a dead body.”Younis is due to appear at Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, May 2.”Police made the shocking discovery on Friday morning, after being called to a ground floor flat in the Canning Town area amid concerns for the welfare of a “male occupant”, and are still carrying out investigations at the property.Post-mortem examinations will begin on both women on Friday, but Detective Chief Inspector Simon Harding said identification could take days as the crime scene is “one of the most challenging and complex” he has seen in 28 years. Mr Harding said there were no signs of any injuries on the women and he explained it was too complex to say whether the bodies were still intact.He added: “They were in a chest freezer.”One body on top of the other. Being in a chest freezer anyway has caused the bodies to fuse.”When asked why it is taking so long to identify the bodies he said: “It is just a completely complex situation.”DCI Harding could not say whether the pair were adults and said DNA testing is under way as detectives work with the National Crime Agency and missing persons groups to find out who they are.”We could be a week away from identifying them,” he said.Police said the apartment had been used by “transient members of the community” and linked to drugs.A 50-year-old man was arrested but later released under investigation.Mr Harding appealed for anyone who has visited the flat in the past year, or knows anyone who has, to come forward. He also confirmed that two other addresses were being searched by police. One is less than a mile away from the flat where the bodies were discovered and the other is in west London.Fears have been mounting that one of the women found dead is Mary Jane Mustafa, a 38-year-old mother of two who went missing last May and has not been heard from by her family.Yesterday, speaking outside the flat where the two bodies were discovered, Mel Mustafa described her sister as “the most kind hearted person that you could meet,” adding: “I still don’t believe it’s her.“Police have been keeping me updated, but we haven’t had any confirmation, so we have to hope she is still alive,” she said.Mary Jane’s cousin Ceylan Sunda added: “The whole family is upside down.” He said: “I would appeal to anyone who has visited this address over the last year, or has information about people who frequented the property, to come forward and speak to my team.”I am aware that casts a wide net in terms of my appeal but we do need to build up an accurate picture of life at that flat and what occurred there.” He told reporters: “It’s such an unusual scene. I haven’t really seen something like this where the nature of the two bodies being frozen as they are.”They are clothed, which I can say, and that’s also causing a complexity to it as we wait to start a post-mortem.” Detective Chief Inspector Simon Harding said identification could take days as the crime scene is “one of the most challenging and complex” he has seen in 28 yearsCredit:Eddie Mulholland DCI Harding appealed for anyone who has visited the flat in Vandome Close in the past year, or knows anyone who has, to come forwardCredit:Dominic Lipinski/PA Police at a property on Vandome Close in east London where two women have been found dead. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

Total fleet management through more powerful Cat Product Link

first_imgThe Cat® Product Link package has been completely updated, using robust hardware and making the most of improved communication system coverage to provide more data and to report it in an easy to use format. With the right information displayed in ways that are simple to access, it enables equipment managers to make decisions that enhance productivity and reduce owning and operating costs. Through the use of either satellite or cellular networks, managers can monitor exact equipment locations and key machine parameters. The VisionLinkTM web-based user interface lets the manager focus on specific equipment through maps and customisable views. The user can easily locate and zoom in on a single machine, tracking the asset over a specified time period. Through monitoring of idle and working time, managers can reallocate equipment to improve utilisation.The service team can monitor performance and see what maintenance has been carried out on each piece of equipment. A click-through feature allows the user to contact the Caterpillar dealer on-line for parts or other services when required.VisionLink automatically generates “to do” checklists for common preventive maintenance procedures. Built-in parts lists for regular procedures speed up service department ordering, while the click-through facility automatically places the order with the local Cat dealer. Also, customers with service agreements can allow the dealer to monitor some or all of their equipment, which enables the dealer to provide proactive responses to problems and to ensure that all preventive maintenance takes place on time.For managers of fleets with more than just Cat equipment, the new Cat system enables them to monitor all of their machines, regardless of make or model, in one secure web-based application. A Caterpillar and Trimble joint venture company, VirtualSite Solutions, developed VisionLink to efficiently manage mixed equipment fleets.The system also allows managers to set up site boundaries and security alerts to prevent unauthorized use or movement of equipment. By defining geofence working areas, the customer can set alerts for each machine on site. This provides a warning if a machine is being used without authorization or is being moved out of the permitted area. Alerts can be sent directly to the people who need to see them, through e-mail and text messages, ensuring that action is taken immediately to keep the asset secure.last_img read more