Forward, Unilever’s new collective defined contribution (CDC) pension fund, has reported a 20.5% loss for the last nine months due to rising interest rates and falling equity markets.In its annual report, Forward’s board said the scheme recorded a loss on its 35% interest hedge of more than 17 percentage points, after long-term interest rates began to climb over the second quarter.At the same time, equity markets entered a period of decline, hitting returns by another 3 percentage points.In terms of funding, however, the scheme, launched in April 2015, remains in good shape, reporting a coverage of 137% as of the end of September. At launch, Unilever contributed €15m to the scheme as starting capital and paid an equal amount for indexation for active participants.The latter allowed Forward to grant workers full salary indexation of 2.15% while paying pensioners 0.44% inflation compensation based on the consumer index.At year-end, the scheme’s assets amounted to €63m, against €38m of liabilities.Forward’s board warned that both its assets and liabilities were set to grow substantially in the coming years, reducing the positive impact of the starting capital on its funding ratio.The pension fund’s investment policy is based on a 60% return portfolio and a 40% matching portfolio, with an interest hedge ranging between 30% and 50%.The board said the scheme needed to generate returns of at least 5.5% over the long term to achieve its indexation target.It pointed out, however, that part of the required return had already been factored into the valuation of its liabilities, currently based on a relatively low interest rate.“As a consequence,” the board said, “as long as the interest level remains low, a return of between 1% and 1.7% will suffice for indexation.”Forward and Progress – Unilever’s defined benefit fund, closed in April last year – share the same investment philosophy, but, owing to the former’s smaller size, as well as its members’ objectives, their asset allocation differs.In November’s How We Run Our Money, chief executive Rob Kaal says Forward’s portfolio has greater potential on the risk/return side.On the one hand, he says, its smaller size means it cannot take advantage of all the asset classes available to larger investors, such as Progress.“But the required return is slightly higher because of the different member population,” he adds. “In Forward, downside protection is particularly important because participants bear the risk, and there is no employer protection in place.”Since Unilever closed Progress, all new pensions accrual has gone to Forward.The company is awaiting a licence for its general pension fund (APF), which is to accommodate both schemes.With this arrangement, Unilever hopes to simplify governance and achieve the benefits of scale.How We Run Our Money: Unilever Dutch pension funds
The Daimler Drive property’s spacious open floorplan makes it perfect for entertaining guests.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“It’s lovely living here,” Mrs West said. “The Gold Coast is a wonderful place to be, we’d just like to get something a bit smaller.”She said the buyers could choose when they wanted to stay at the holiday home in Wanaka, a resort town on New Zealand’s South Island, but it was subject to availability as it was often rented out to travellers. UNIT BIGGER THAN MOST HOUSE BLOCKS FASTEST SELLING COAST SUBURBS REVEALED “It’s about an hour from Queenstown and really beautiful,” she said.“Every time I go there, it soothes the soul.“It’s a great place, especially from a skiing point of view but it’s equally as good in the summer.” The Gold Coast home on offer at 5a Daimler Drive, Bundall.THE new owners of a million-dollar Gold Coast home will be treated to a free overseas holiday.Mary and Ron West will let anyone who buys their Bundall house stay in their New Zealand holiday home for a week free of charge.They will even throw in airfares, but only from the Gold Coast or Brisbane to Queenstown.The couple hoped the offer would give house hunters more incentive to buy their five-bedroom waterfront home on Daimler Drive, which is listed under Genc and Co with an asking price of more than $1.3 million. Explore the ski fields or simply admire the stunning scenery.A week’s stay in the art deco home would cost more than $2000 at this time of year.Mrs West said travellers often visited the town in autumn.“The colours at that time are sensational – it’s most renowned for the autumn colours,” she said. The Bulletin this month reported on a Broadbeach Waters couple who were trialling a similar marketing strategy.Instead, they were including their Four Winns Horizon 190 boat and furniture in the sale of their Rio Vista Blvd property, which will go to auction on August 26. The Gold Coast home has water views. Imagine kicking back and relaxing in this holiday home at Wanaka, NZ, for a week.
The total search area for the three missing crew of dredger JBB De Rond 19 was expanded on September 13, according to Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA).The total surface search area was expanded to 250 km2 from 130km2, while the aerial search area was expanded to 2701km2 from 770km2.Five crew members went missing following a collision between the dredger and a 30,747 dwt tanker Kartika Segara in Singapore territorial waters on September 13. Divers managed to recover two bodies belonging to the dredger’s crew members later the same day.A total of 12 crew, consisting of 11 Chinese nationals and one Malaysian, were onboard the dredger at the time of the incident. Seven were rescued and transferred to the Singapore General Hospital for medical treatment. Of the two crew members who were warded in hospital, one has since been discharged and one remains under observation.The incident happened despite collision warnings issued by MPA Singapore while the dredger was transiting the westbound lane and the tanker was departing Singapore and joining the eastbound lane of the Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) in the Singapore Strait.The MPA continues to lead the SAR efforts with support from relevant Singapore agencies. Supported by assets from the Singapore agencies, the operations include five aircraft from Republic of Singapore Air Force, 21 vessels from MPA, the Republic of Singapore Navy, Singapore Police Coast Guard and Singapore Civil Defence Force; and eight vessels from PSA Marine and POSH SEMCO.To date, about 280 personnel have been involved in the SAR operations. The Indonesian Rescue Coordination Centre is working with Singapore authorities to assist the SAR operations with 10 vessels in Indonesian territorial waters.The Indonesian-registered Kartika Segara reported damage to its starboard bow. The vessel is stable and anchored at the Eastern Anchorage, MPA earlier said, adding that the ship’s 26 Indonesian crew did not sustain any injuries.
The Telegraph 5 October 2013A DOCTOR risks being deregistered because he allegedly refused a referral for an Indian couple who wanted to abort a healthy unborn baby girl at 19 weeks, simply because they wanted a boy.Dr Mark Hobart, 55, has been under investigation by the Medical Board of Victoria for five months, accused of having committed an offence under the state’s controversial Abortion Law Reform Act of 2008. His patient and her husband requested a sex-selection abortion after an ultrasound revealed the foetus was female.They only wanted a boy, the husband told Dr Hobart, who, as a practising Catholic, had a conscientious objection to providing the abortion.Under Victorian law, he was obliged to refer the patient to a doctor he knew would terminate the pregnancy.But Dr Hobart doesn’t know any doctor who would agree to abort a healthy baby for sex selection reasons.“The general response from my colleagues is disbelief and revulsion,” he said.http://blogs.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/mirandadevine/index.php/dailytelegraph/comments/gp_in_strife_over_abortion_beliefs/Saturday
Brookville, In. — A Franklin County woman has been sentenced to 15 years in prison with six years suspended for dealing in methamphetamine, possession, escape and battery.On October 30 Jennifer Broering, 42, was being escorted to the Franklin County Security Center from the courthouse when she pulled away from the jail officer and ran. Broering was apprehended a short time later with the help of Indiana State Police canine officer in a shed nearby.The jail officer was treated for a shoulder injury.
By Joe ChapmanTHE Amelia’s Ward Jets were able to overcome a strong Kwakwani side 70-68, to capture the Linden Amateur basketball Association/Hamid Foundation Under-23 basketball championships in dramatic style last Saturday night at the Mackenzie Sports Club hard court.Jets were able to snatch the win after the final’s Most Valuable Player (MVP), Akini Wilson, scored a reverse drive to the hoop to score with 15.2 seconds on the clock and stifled the Kwakwani unit out of the game to come away victors.After knocking off Half Mile Bulls in the semi-finals, the Jets found themselves against the outsiders Kwakwani in a final which seemed to favour the running game of the out-of-town side.With that first-quarter spurt led by Troy David, the tournament’s MVP, and his captain Leonard Primo, the Kwakwani side looked formidable but Jets remained in contention as they pulled within reach at half ime, trailing 31-37.By then Akini Wilson, Vibert Benjamin and Keison Butters had come to the party and made incisive plays down low to upset the rhythm of the un-ranked Kwakwani players. But the third quarter saw the visitors pull away once more and look for the kill as the third quarter finished 54-46 for the underdogs.However, the Jets would not go away and they pulled within a basket, adrift 54-56, with 6:18 to go. The Jets captain Shannon Cadogan then hit a floater as they remained in contention 56-58; but then David penetrated for a four-point advantage.Wilson sank a hook shot with 2 mins 28 secs left after the Kwakwani team, under pressure, turned the ball over and Butters played big with a penetration that sent his team ahead 65:64 with 1:16 remaining.Kwakwani regained the lead with just over a minute to go. Cadogan had a chance to send his team into the lead but could only hit one of two free throws for a tied game at 68. with 49.1 seciods to go.But with the tension rising with every second Kwakwani lost possession to the pressing Jets side and, after taking the ball cross court, the pass went in to Wilson on the left low post. He rounded his man and swished the ball for the go-ahead basket with 15.2 seconds remaining.Then Jets defended well to ensure victory was once again earned from pretty good team play as they were crowned the new champions and left Kwakwani dejected from that heartbreaking loss 70-68.The top shooters for the game for the winners came from Wilson with 23 points, Vibert Benjamin 17, Keison Butters 13 and George Yearwood 10. The Kwakwani best players were Tournament MVP Troy David with 18, Leonard Primo 13 and Domar Gladstone 10 points.In the third-place playoff game defending champions and top seed Half Mile Bulls pulled out a 51-49 win over fourth-ranked Retrieve Raiders. Tahquille Johnson and Terron Welch each had 15 points for the Bulls while the Raiders top scorers were Travis Sutton with 16 and Coel Winter 14.The championship trophy, donated by Gordon Moseley Promotions, was handed over by Mayor of Linden Carwyn Holland while the replicas, compliments of Save The Children Foundation, were handed over to the winning team by LABA president Lawrence Simon.The Most Valuable Player-of-the-Final Trophy, donated by LABA, went to Akini Wilson and that was presented by the Public Relations Officer of LABA.The Most Valuable Player Trophy for the Tournament, won by Kwakwani’s Troy David, was donated by World Access. It was presented by Tracey Liverpool and the second place trophy was presented by Member of Parliament Jermaine Figueira.Before the final game the teams were introduced by LABA president Lawrence Simon to Regional Executive Officer of Region Ten Gavin Clarke and Mayor of Linden Carwyn Holland.Abdulla Hamid of the Abdulla Hamid Foundation, who collaborated with LABA, thanked the many sponsors who came on board including Gordon Moseley, Save the Children Foundation and World Access.
MILEROCK Football Club totalled 34 points to finish ahead of the other seven teams in the Upper Demerara Football Association (UDFA), to win this year’s National Milling Company-sponsored Thunderbolt Flour Power U-17 league. Eagles United finished second and Botafago third.UDFA president Terrence Mitchell and the Guyana Football Federation president Wayne Forde presented medals and the championship trophy at the Wisburg Secondary School ground in Linden.GFF president Wayne Forde presents the winning trophy to Milerock midfielder and captain Lorenzo Miller.In brief comments after expressing his satisfaction with the UDFA for completing the tournament, Forde said, “It is an honour for you to be playing in a tournament as prestigious as this. Your hard work and dedication brought you this far and it will take you further.”“This is not the end of the road, however; more challenges lie ahead. You must see them as opportunities, not challenges. Recognise football for the vehicle it is, respect it and always try to improve,” Forde said while congratulating the winning team.Milerock midfielder and captain, Lorenzo Miller, in expressing his satisfaction at the results stated, “My team and I deserve this. We trained hard and we played even harder. Coach is proud of us, I am proud of us and we plan to celebrate.”
CENTURIES from Leon Johnson and Chandrapaul Hemraj helped to ease Guyana Jaguars into a comfortable state of mind going into next week’s start of the Regional 4-Day Tournament.The national team wrapped up their training yesterday at Providence with the last of their two practice games. Looking to bat for longer periods, the players of the Johnson XI used the two days instead of three to up their scoring as they racked up 388-5 at the end of stumps.Batting one minute shy of 200 minutes, Hemraj lit up the stadium with 8 sweetly-timed fours and six massive sixes as he warmed up for the Regional 4-Dayers with a stylish 104.He shared a whopping 167-run second-wicket partnership with his national captain Johnson who broke his run drought with an identical score of 104.The Jaguars captain batted for more than 300 minutes for his century which was decorated with 9 fours and a six before he retired, allowing the other players to have some time.Tagenarine Chanderpaul also batted himself into some form with his solid 51 at number 4. Chris Barnwell also looked good for his 27 as the Jags premier players had good periods with the bat.Resuming just four runs shy of a half-century, Hemraj reached his first milestone in a casual manner. The Test opener’s confidence grew, as he found scoring easy and despite his aggression he managed to negate the good deliveries while feasting on the bad ones.His hundred came in grand fashion as he clobbered Ricardo Adams’ spin for a maximum which he celebrated with his skipper.Johnson, meanwhile, grafted a much-needed innings together; his timing and temperament seemed to be coming back as he reached his fifty.Soon after the duo’s celebration, tragedy struck as Alimohamed broke the edge of the centurion, to which keeper Kemol Savory made no mistake in collecting.After Johnson’s retirement, Chanderpaul continued to wear out the opposition’s bowling on his way to 50, topping off a strong performance for the batsmen. (Clifton Ross)
StumbleUpon Lee Willows, YGAM: Education is central to gambling reform July 9, 2020 Submit Share Related Articles UK gambling adopts toughest online advertising code to protect underage audiences August 27, 2020 ASA monitoring sweep marks gambling as the worst underage advertising offender August 26, 2020 Share AG Communications, trading as Karamba.com, has been reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), after two issues put forward by one complainant were upheld.Related to a webpage regarding the online slot Starburst, featured under the title “Tips and tricks on how to Win at Starburst,” various aspects of “The Starburst Strategy” were featured following a “the top 5 tips for winning” statement.It was also detailed that text on the advert contained a link to a further web page titled “How to Choose a Winning Slot Machine,” featuring further tips on increasing the chances of winning slot games.Issuing two complaints, it was first challenged that it could be misleading due to the implication that particular strategies would increase the chances of winning.Furthermore it was challenged that it “was socially irresponsible because it encouraged gambling behaviour that could lead to financial, social or emotional harm”.Responding AG Communications stated that the web pages were uploaded by human error, with its usual internal procedures of approval to ensure compliance with regulations, nor training regarding marketing guidelines, not followed by the personnel responsible for claims in the ad.Also stressing the low levels of user traffic attracted, Karamba emphasised that it had withdrawn the ads, commenced a full internal review and reiterated approval procedures to staff. Concluding that claims had not been substantiated, were misleading and that it was irresponsible, the ASA ruled that: “The ad must not appear again in its current form. “We told Karamba.com to ensure their future marketing communications contained nothing that was likely to encourage irresponsible gambling behaviour that could lead to financial, social or emotional harm. “Additionally, future marketing communications must not misleadingly imply that particular strategies improved a consumer’s chances of winning Starburst when that was not the case, and Karamaba.com must hold adequate substantiation in support of such claims.”
(collegepressbox.com) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/fc/95/alabama-auburn-2019-halftime-stats_day3h3spx7xk18arym824k6xt.png?t=-1099841842&w=500&quality=80 MORE: Watch Alabama vs. Auburn live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Alabama quarterback Mac Jones had an incredibly difficult task against Auburn’s defense, but managed to throw four touchdowns, with three of them going to Jaylen Waddle. Waddle also returned a kick for a score. Unfortunately for the Tide, Jones also threw two pick-sixes. Those were two of the biggest plays in Saturday’s game, but not the only ones.Bo Nix wasn’t as flashy, but completed 15 of 30 passes for a touchdown and no turnovers, adding 44 yards and another score on the ground.The Tide missed a potential game-tying chip shot field goal with under two minutes remaining in regulation.Check out Sporting News’ live updates, highlights and score changes from Auburn’s wild win in Jordan-Hare:Alabama vs. Auburn score Q1Q2Q3Q4FAlabama3287745Auburn72013848Alabama vs. Auburn scoring playsFirst quarter8:27 — Joseph Bulovas 43-yard field goal (3-0 Alabama)2:07 — Bo Nix 7-yard touchdown run (7-3 Auburn)Second quarter10:16 — Najee Harris 6-yard touchdown run (10-7 Alabama)7:04 — Anders Carlson 43-yard field goal (10-10)5:36 — Smoke Monday 22-yard interception return for touchdown (17-10 Auburn)5:22 — Jaylen Waddle 98-yard kickoff return for touchdown (17-17)4:12 — Mac Jones 3-yard touchdown pass to Henry Ruggs III (24-17 Alabama)1:06 — Bo Nix 14-yard touchdown pass to Sal Cannella (24-24)0:33 — Mac Jones 58-yard touchdown pass to Jaylen Waddle (31-24 Alabama)0:00 — Anders Carlson 52-yard field goal (31-27 Alabama)Third quarter11:49 — Anders Carlson 43-yard field goal (31-30 Alabama)6:31 — Zakoby McClain 100-yard interception return (37-31 Auburn)4:57 — Mac Jones 12-yard touchdown pass to Jaylen Waddle (38-37 Alabama)0:49 — Anders Carlson 44-yard field goal (40-38 Auburn)Fourth quarter13:44 — Mac Jones 28-yard touchdown pass to Jaylen Waddle (45-40 Alabama)8:08 — Shaun Shivers 11 yard touchdown run; Shedrick Jackson 2-point reception (48-45 Auburn)Alabama vs. Auburn updates, highlightsFinal: Auburn 48, Alabama 457:33 p.m.: Final stats from a wild one in Jordan-Hare: 5:27 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, AUBURN. The perfect end to a wild half. Anders Carlson hits the 52-yarder to cut Alabama’s into lead before halftime. The Tide will get the ball out of halftime with a 31-27 lead. Also: Nick Saban is not happy with refs after that call.”Nick Saban on the sideline, not a happy guy.” pic.twitter.com/fV2fRPObJg— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20195:25 p.m.: Refs put a second back on the clock.5:24 p.m.: A little controversy at the end of the first half. Auburn’s inside field goal range but the officials say the half ended before Auburn could get on the field to attempt a field goal. The play is under review.5:19 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, ALABAMA. Not to be outdone, Jones hits Waddle for a 58-yard touchdown reception with just 33 seconds remaining in the half. What a half. It’s 31-24 Auburn.Jaylen Waddle probably ran for this touchdown faster than the time it took to type out this tweet. pic.twitter.com/sQr2SrCBlL— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20195:14 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, AUBURN. Auburn kept making catch after acrobatic catch. Nix hits senior receiver Sal Cannella for a tip-toe touchdown to make it 24-all.Sal Cannella. Bo Nix.This is pretty much a perfect play. pic.twitter.com/gaOrcGaoJn— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20195:12 p.m.: And now Nix makes the big play, avoiding the rush to the left and throwing a first-down pass to receiver Will Hastings for the first down. Auburn driving at Alabama’s 11 with 1:12 remaining in the half.5:10 p.m.: Seth Williams with an amazing one-handed, 37-yard reception to give Auburn a fresh set of downs down to Alabama’s 25. Patrick Surtain II had excellent coverage but Williams just made one of those plays.It doesn’t get much better than this catch from Seth Williams. pic.twitter.com/vqu2aLaxRx— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20195:04 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, ALABAMA. Jones bobbles the snap, faces Brown in the pocket and then hits Henry Ruggs III in the back of the end zone for a touchdown. It’s 24-17 Alabama.Mac Jones delivers under pressure. pic.twitter.com/ns2CwMVbt4— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20195:02 p.m.: One play later, Jones hits DeVonta Smith for a 33-yard gain down to Auburn’s 4-yard line. Tide now face third-and-goal from the 3.5 p.m.: Turnover, Auburn. Xavier McKinney knocks the ball loose from Whitlow’s grasp, and Christian Harris recovers deep in Auburn territory. This game is getting wild.4:57 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, ALABAMA. And now Waddle takes the ensuing kickoff to the house to tie it back up at 17! Lots of big plays — and miscues — by both teams in this half.AMAZING.This Jaylen Waddle touchdown return is a work of art. pic.twitter.com/4ZcGsgYp42— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20194:54 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, AUBURN. Smoke Monday makes his second big play of the game with a 22-yard interception return for a touchdown! Jones overthrew an open Jerry Jeudy on the out route, and Monday capitalizes to make it 17-10 Auburn.THE SMOKE SIX pic.twitter.com/SSeurXOLhc— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20194:54 p.m.: Also: Derrick Brown is back in the game for Auburn.4:52 p.m.: Alabama starts at its own 12 after a block in the back on the ensuing kickoff return.4:49 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, AUBURN. Alabama bends but doesn’t break, forcing a field goal attempt. Anders Carlson knocks it dead-center from 43 yards to make it 10-10.4:44 p.m.: Nix scrambles for 14 yards out to the Alabama 24. The Tide will need to keep an eye on him moving forward.4:41 p.m.: Auburn running back JaTarvious Whitlow gets an 12-yard reception on third-and-10 out to Alabama’s 38, but is down after the tackle. Several key Auburn players are down with injuries at the moment.4:35 p.m.: Jennings very nearly intercepts a screen from Nix, but is down after falling down. Both the Tide and Tigers potentially down a big defender.4:34 p.m.: Auburn All-American Derrick Brown walking off the field with what looks like an injury. That could be dangerous for the Tigers if he doesn’t come back.4:30 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, ALABAMA. Harris gets his first touchdown of the day with a leaping 6-yard touchdown run to make it 10-7 Alabama.”Najee Harris does what Najee Harris does.” pic.twitter.com/coyn0kDKmm— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20194:26 p.m.: Alabama Wildcat specialist gets 2 yards on fourth-and-1 from Auburn’s 35. Alabama’s drive continues.First quarter: Auburn 7, Alabama 3(All times Eastern)4:20 p.m.: Another 14-yard gainer for Harris gets Alabama beyond midfield to Auburn’s 44. He also has 1,020 yards for the season with that carry.4:18 p.m.: Alabama’s back on offense, but it’s worth noting that Auburn’s speedy receiver Anthony Schwartz is heading to the locker room with an injury.4:13 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, AUBURN. Three plays is all it takes for Auburn to get in the end zone. Nix takes it on the keeper to make it 7-3 Auburn.Nix for six. pic.twitter.com/IT7W5Ade5R— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20194:09 p.m.: Christian Tutt gets a 37-yard punt return to Alabama’s 32, but Alabama linebacker Anfernee Jenkins injures him on the tackle. Jenkins went low and seems to have hurt Tutt’s knee, though he walks off the field under his own power.4:06 p.m.: On the ensuing play, Auburn safety Smoke Monday sacks Jones for a loss of 8. Three plays later, and Alabama is forced to punt.4:05 p.m.: Mac Jones runs for a first down on third-and-10 ad runs headlong into defensive back Daniel Thomas and lineman Derrick Brown. No fear from him there.4 p.m.: Auburn goes three-and-out on its next series, and will punt from its 31.3:55 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, ALABAMA. Tide get points on their first drive after Auburn holds strong in their own red zone. Joseph Bulovas hits a 43-yard field goal to make it 3-0 Alabama.3:54 p.m.: A holding call undoes what would be a 37-yard touchdown connection between Jones and Henry Ruggs III. On the next play, Harris gets a first down on a long gainer, including an acrobatic leap at the end. He’s already over 51 yards rushing for the day.Najee Harris can pretty much jump over anyone at any given time. pic.twitter.com/J6k5Hirtj7— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20193:51 p.m.: Harris gets what looks like a 19-yard gain to get Alabama out to Auburn’s 37-yard line. He’s getting some nice big gains early.3:48 p.m.: Najee Harris gets two rushes to start the day, netting Alabama a first down. He’ll likely get lots of carries today.3:44 p.m.: The play stands as called on the field, though it did look like a catch. Nix’s pooch punt goes into the end zone and Alabama will take over at its 20. Time to see what Mac Jones can do for Alabama. 7:26 p.m.: Wow. Alabama’s defense held but the punt team gave Auburn a first down by putting 12 players on the field. Tigers take two knees and permanently end the Crimson Tide’s Playoff hopes in one of the wildest Iron Bowls in recent memory.7:21 p.m.: Turnover on downs, Alabama. Bulavos hooked it. It bounced off the left post and now Alabama needs a defensive stop to stay in the game.7:20 p.m.: Jones’ pass is batted back into his hands. He’s hit for a loss and Alabama will now attempt a game-tying field goal.7:17 p.m.: Alabama has it third-and-goal from Auburn’s 10 with 2:11 remaining. The Tide would definitely prefer a go-ahead touchdown as opposed to a field goal here, considering how Auburn has moved the ball. Speaking of which, the Tigers take a timeout.7:15 p.m.: Alabama has it first-and-goal from the 9 with the clock winding around 3:30.7:13 p.m.: Auburn sends the house, but Jones evades the rush and scrambles for an 18-yard gain and a first down. The Tide keep it moving to Auburn’s 19.7:10 p.m.: Alabama faces fourth-and-7 at Auburn’s 45. Might be too much distance for Alabama’s kicker, so it looks like the Tide will go for it with roughly five minutes remaining.7:07 p.m.: Jones hits Ruggs for a 28-yard gain out to Auburn’s 40. Defense is optional, it seems, for both teams.7:01 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, AUBURN. Running back Shaun Shivers takes the end-around for a 10-yard score. Nix hits Shedrick Jackson on the 2-point attempt to make it 48-45 Auburn.“Shivers is in – TOOK SOMEBODY’S HELMET WITH HIM – touchdown Auburn!” pic.twitter.com/CdSpOqq1u3— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 1, 20197 p.m.: Nix gets another first down on the QB draw. Auburn’s now knocking inside Alabama’s 20.6:58 p.m.: Auburn gets its third first down on the ensuing drive to get inside Alabama’s 30-yard line.6:49 p.m.: Or not. TOUCHDOWN, ALABAMA. Jones hits Waddle for another touchdown to make it 44-40 Alabama. The Crimson Tide attempt a 2-point attempt, but are called for false start. Bulavos hits the PAT to make it 45-40 Alabama.WADDLE.WADDLE.WADDLE.WADDLE.His FOURTH touchdown of the game. Incredible. pic.twitter.com/mypZCE3D43— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20196:48 p.m.: Harris gets another big gain. Alabama might try to ride him this quarter.6:47 p.m.: Jones hits Smith for a 14-yard gain on the en route. Alabama gets a fresh set of downs but Smith is a little gimpy after getting tackled.6:46 p.m.: Alabama tries for a flea-flicker on the first play of the fourth quarter, but it falls to the ground. Alabama facing third-and-5 from its 48.Third quarter: Auburn 40, Alabama 386:49 p.m.: Jones hits Ruggs for a 33-yard gain on the crossing route out to the 43-yard line. One play later, Harris and Auburn’s Thomas collide on a 5-yard gain for Alabama. Thomas is down, it seems, with a stinger.6:36 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, AUBURN. Carlson sneaks the 44-yard field goal inside the right goal post to go 4 for 4 on the day. He makes it 40-38 Auburn.6:34 p.m.: Williams is a little hot under the collar. He shoves McKinney after the play on an incomplete pass and costs the Tigers 15 yards. That’ll make it third-and-24 from Auburn’s 36.6:31 p.m.: Whitlow starts the drive with a 35-yard run up the gut to Alabama’s 22-yard line. He gets 1 yard on the ensuing run, but Alabama linebacker Christian Harris goes down on the play.6:30 p.m.: Auburn responds with a three-and-out of its own. The Tigers should have good field position after this punt.6:26 p.m.: Alabama’s defense gives up some yards on Auburn’s ensuing drive but holds on to force just the third Tigers punt on the day. The Crimson Tide will take over at their 10-yard line.6:18 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, ALABAMA. Jones hits Waddle in the end zone for a 12-yard touchdown, capping a five-play, 63-yard scoring drive. Another lead change as Alabama regains a 38-37 advantage.Jaylen Waddle cannot be stopped. His THIRD touchdown of the game. pic.twitter.com/PDjk7yJZRB— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20196:16 p.m.: Now Alabama is in the red zone. Jones hits wide-open DeVonta Smith across the middle, who is taken down at the Auburn 12.6:15 p.m.: Jones completes to Ruggs for a 24-yard gain, reaching the Auburn 38. Crimson Tide already striking again.6:09 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, AUBURN. Jones’ pass to Harris is behind his target and picked off in the end zone. Zakoby McClain returns the interception 100 yards for the touchdown. Massive change in momentum. Auburn 37, Alabama 31.THE BACK-PICK SIX pic.twitter.com/QuwSnjS6ho— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20196:08 p.m.: Auburn is now called for a pass interference. Alabama with another first-and-goal opportunity.6:06 p.m.: Auburn is called for defensive holding and roughing the passer on a third-down incompletion, allowing Alabama to set things up with a first-and-goal at the 3.6:04 p.m.: Alabama has a first-and-goal after a successful screen pass to Harris that goes for 13 yards.6 p.m.: Harris picks up 12 on a third-down run to get Alabama close to midfield.5:55 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, AUBURN. Carlson drills a 43-yard attempt after the Tigers were unable to pick up a first down following Alabama’s offsides penalty. Alabama 31, Auburn 30.5:54 p.m.: Alabama is called for an offsides penalty on the attempt, giving Auburn a fresh set of downs at the Alabama 31.5:52 p.m.: Nix’s pass to Whitlow on third down went through Whitlow’s hands. Auburn will attempt a 55-yard field goal.5:50 p.m.: Jones is flushed out of the pocket and has to throw it away on third down. Crimson Tide to punt after the three-and-out.5:48 p.m.: Alabama will start the second half with the ball on its own 12.Halftime: Alabama 31, Auburn 275:31 p.m.: Halftime stats: (collegepressbox.com) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/e2/9d/alabama-auburn-2019-final-stats_cfcqnir4yk6x1r1z9ckam9zxu.png?t=-1092576282&w=500&quality=80 For the first time in the College Football Playoff era, one of the final teams will not done crimson and white and hail from Tuscaloosa, Ala.That’s thanks to the orange-and-blue team from Auburn, which downed the fifth-ranked Tide in one of the wildest Iron Bowls in recent memory. 3:43 p.m.: Auburn is a reviewed play away from another long completion by Nix. Tigers will have a fresh set of downs just outside the Alabama 20-yard line if the play is reversed.3:40 p.m.: Auburn already across midfield with two completions of 13 and 20 yards from Bo Nix. Great start for the Tigers.3:28 p.m.: Regardless of your affiliation in this rivalry, this is undoubtedly one of the coolest traditions in college football. We’re nearly ready for kickoff.The eagle flies. pic.twitter.com/pFNdnhvaxn— Michael Casagrande (@ByCasagrande) November 30, 2019