NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – NOVEMBER 19: A general view during the first half of a game between the Cincinnati Bearcats and Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Rutgers Stadium on November 19, 2011 in New Brunswick, New Jersey. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)We’re only four weeks into the 2018 college football regular season, but it’s already time to start talking about what coaches are on the hot seat.Few coaches, if any, have had a worse start to the 2018 season than Rutgers’ Chris Ash. His Scarlet Knights have been blown out in three straight games. Saturday’s blowout loss came at the hands of Buffalo.There are many who now believe that Ash, despite having a big buyout, will be fired before the season is over.I don’t think Chris Ash is going to see the end of the season.— Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) September 22, 2018Well, someone made this: https://t.co/kkp3SoQTnG— Jay Poole (@jayrutgers09) September 22, 2018Chris Ash has a huge buyout but it might not matter with games like this pic.twitter.com/eUaNvQEhHe— Andrew Doughty (@Adoughty88) September 22, 2018Starting to think there might be a trade to be made at the end of the season: Greg Schiano back to Rutgers, Chris Ash returning to Ohio State. No excuse for what’s happening to the Scarlet Knights today.— Austin Ward (@AWardSports) September 15, 2018It’s 35-6 Buffalo with 2:31 left in the first half. Is Home Depot hiring? pic.twitter.com/geQACCQi6h— Steve Politi (@StevePoliti) September 22, 2018Rutgers appears to have quit https://t.co/JhGqIeSjGI— Dan Wolken (@DanWolken) September 22, 2018Yikes.Ash, 44, is 7-20 as Rutgers’ head coach. The Scarlet Knights are set to take on Indiana next Saturday.
Ghaziabad: As the elections are over now, the Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) has once again initiated a massive demolition drive against illegal constructions and have started razing illegally built shops and unauthorised colonies in various parts of the District.V K Singh, Officer on Special Duty (OSD), GDA told Millennium Post that the demolition drive is being undertaken against unauthorised constructions which are built without getting a map approval with lack of construction quality. Also Read – Cylinder blast kills mother and daughter in Karawal Nagar”Since past few years, we have been working on razing illegal constructions in the district which are also risking the life of people living in them. In past two days, the authority teams have destroyed 9 shops, and two other illegal constructions, thus freeing over a thousand square meters of land from these unauthorised constructions. The authority had issued several notices to them in past and the actions were initiated after obtaining the DO (demolition orders). We will ensure that similar drives will be carried out in other parts of the district as well,” said Singh. Also Read – Two persons arrested for killing manager of Muthoot FinanceOn Monday, the authority carried out a massive demolition drive in zone-1 in Noor Nagar village and Raj Nagar extension area of Ghaziabad. The authority teams demolished 9 illegally built shops in front of Classic Residency in Raj Nagar extension area while the team also removed encroachments from Bandha Road and other link roads after several complaints were received against them. Similarly in Zone-II, the authority team carried out a drive in Asalat Nagar in Modinagar area of Ghaziabad on Tuesday and razed an illegal construction built on nearly a thousand square meter of land. The drive was carried out in presence of senior authority and police officials. read more