ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 01: Tua Tagovailoa #13 of the Alabama Crimson Tide looks to pass in the first half against the Georgia Bulldogs during the 2018 SEC Championship Game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on December 1, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit has reacted to what we’re seeing in the SEC Championship Game between No. 1 Alabama and No. 4 Georgia.The College GameDay analyst is as impressed with the Bulldogs as everyone else is.Herbstreit has taken to Twitter to praise Georgia and its star quarterback, Jake Fromm, for today’s performance.“Fromm’s body language and facial expressions looks like a guy that spent a lot of time prepping for a semester final exam and knows EVERY answer to EVERY question. Props to Jake and OC Jim Chaney!!” he tweeted.Fromm’s body language and facial expressions looks like a guy that spent a lot of time prepping for a semester final exam and knows EVERY answer to EVERY question. Props to Jake and OC Jim Chaney!!— Kirk Herbstreit (@KirkHerbstreit) December 1, 2018Georgia is currently leading Alabama, 28-14, in the second half.What does this mean for the College Football Playoff?Herbstreit believes both Alabama and Georgia could still make it in…If Bama wins close game1-Bama2-Clemson 3-ND4-UGAIf UGA wins1-Clemson2-UGA3-Bama4-NDIf Bama blows UGA out1-Bama2-Clemson 3-ND4-OU/OSU debate.— Kirk Herbstreit (@KirkHerbstreit) December 1, 2018There’s still plenty of football to be played, though.Alabama and Georgia are playing on CBS.
OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says it made an error in formulating its July jobs numbers.The federal agency says the source of the error has been identified and corrected, and updated July job estimates will be released on Friday.A week ago, Statistics Canada reported that a measly 200 jobs had been created in July, a number that fell spectacularly short of expectations.Economists had expected that the economy would bounce back from an unexpected decline of 9,400 jobs in June, and add as many as 20,000 new jobs the following month.Instead, Statcan reported that the number of full-time jobs fell by 59,700 while part-time jobs increased by 60,000 — figures it now suggests were faulty.Statistics Canada says it takes the error “very seriously” and is launching a review of its data verification methods. The results of the review will be published as soon as they’re available.The news comes as Finance Minister Joe Oliver meets with guests at a two-day summer retreat in Wakefield, Que., over the next two days to discuss the Canadian economy, with job creation one of several items on the agenda.The Canadian Press