ARLINGTON, TX – SEPTEMBER 01: Former University of Michigan player Desmond Howard watches the action on the field during the game between the University of Alabama and the University of Michigan at Cowboys Stadium on September 1, 2012 in Arlington, Texas. Alabama defeated Michigan 41-14. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)ESPN college football analyst Desmond Howard revealed earlier this morning that he’s picking multiple top-six teams to lose today.One of those picks is obvious, as No. 1 Alabama is playing No. 3 LSU in Baton Rouge, La. There’s a guaranteed top-six loss right there.The second pick is more surprising.Howard revealed at the end of this morning’s College GameDay show that he’s picking No. 6 Georgia to lose to No. 9 Kentucky.The ESPN college football analyst was the only member of the panel to pick Kentucky.We’re still proving them wrong. Let’s get it done today #BBN! #SECEast #SaturdaySelections #CollegeGameday pic.twitter.com/NhP6WKzkIx— Aaron Swayne (@A_Swayne) November 3, 2018Kentucky and Georgia are set to kick off at 3:30 p.m. E.T.The game will be on CBS.
CALGARY — Canadian Pacific Railway says Tony Ingram has resigned as a director, the third departure from the CP board since the Calgary-based company’s annual meeting in May.As a result of the departures and the recent addition of Hunter Harrison as director and chief executive officer of the company, the nominees put forward by Bill Ackman’s Pershing Square have a majority on the 14-member board of directors.Ingram had been a member of two CP board committees — one that oversees safety, environment and operations and one that oversees management resources and compensation.The company said it didn’t intend to fill the vacancy created by Ingram’s departure.