Tirupati: The annual Brahmotsavams of Sri Venkateswara temple at Tirumala will be conducted from September 30 to October 8 with majestic Vahana Sevas of the Lord both in the mornings and evenings for nine days. The religious fete which is popular nationwide will start with Dhwajarohanam on September 30 and would conclude with Chakrasnanam on October 8. Also Read – Three of a family commits suicide at Amalapuram in East Godavari Advertise With Us According to TTD sources, the schedule of Vahana Sevas to be held daily during the Utsavam is as follows: September 30 evening – Pedda Sesha Vahanam, October 1 – Chinna Sesha Vahanam and Hamsa Vahanam, October 2 – Simha Vahanam and Muthyapu Pandiri Vahanam, October 3 -Kalpavruksha Vahanam and Sarva Bhupala Vahanam, October 4 – Mohini Avataram and Garuda Vahanam, October 5 – Hanumanta Vahanam, Swarna Ratham and Gaja Vahanam, October 6 – Surya Prabha Vahanam and Chandra Prabha Vahanam, October 7 – Rathotsavam and Aswa Vahanam, October 8 – Chakra Snanam and Dwajavarohanam.
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(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
Ontario PCs will ask if Liberal government has confidence of legislature TORONTO – Ontario’s New Democrats made it clear Wednesday they are not prepared to scratch the Progressive Conservatives’ nagging itch for a snap election by supporting a motion that would test the confidence of the minority Liberal government.“It seems like Mr. Hudak simply can’t pass up an opportunity to throw another gimmick out there and show how ineffective he is,” said NDP Leader Andrea Horwath.Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak said his party introduced a non-binding motion asking if the legislature has confidence in Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberals in an effort to force the NDP to stop propping up the government.The auditor general’s estimate that it will cost up to $1.1 billion to cancel two gas plants to save Liberal seats in the 2011 election should be enough for Horwath to say she will help defeat the government, added Hudak.“The Liberals’ corruption stares her in the face each and every day, but every time that Andrea Horwath is asked to prop up the government, she’s ‘ready, aye ready’ to do whatever the Liberals want,” he said.“The gas plants scandal tells us the Liberals simply cannot be trusted to run the province of Ontario any more. It’s time to draw a line in the sand and put our confidence in the government to the test.”The Progressive Conservative motion, which will be debated during an Opposition day next week, is not a true confidence motion and the results would not be binding on the government. That means it’s another stunt by Hudak, said Horwath.“It’s clear that nothing has changed since the last time he threw out one of these salvos,” she said.“He can stand on his head and spit nickels or he can do back flips all he wants, but the bottom line is these gimmicks, these games do not a change make in terms of the capacity of him or I to actually create a situation where the government will fall.”But Wynne would have a hard time ignoring such a resolution if it was passed by a majority of members in the legislature, said Hudak.“If this passes it’s a question for Premier Wynne: if the house says they don’t have confidence in her, does she have the moral authority to actually govern any more,” he said. “And it’s a question for Andrea Horwath: is she on the side of the Liberals or is she on the side of Ontarians who want to see change? It’s that simple.”Wynne declined comment on Hudak’s confidence motion, saying only that she wants to keep governing and avoid an election.“Our intention is to continue to work within the legislature to govern,” said Wynne.Hudak wrote an open letter to Horwath on Sunday, saying he was “shocked” the New Democrats were not fed up with the Liberals’ behaviour and ready to try and bring down the minority government.“The moral bankruptcy and corruptness of the Liberal government of Ontario is now patently obvious to the majority of Ontarians,” wrote Hudak.“I remain somewhat astounded that you and your party don’t grasp that continuing to prop up the Wynne government by being at its beck and call is doing Ontario no favours.”Last week, the Conservatives introduced a motion to force the Liberal party to pay back the money spent on the cancelled gas plants. Even though the New Democrats supported it, the Tories failed to have enough members in the house for the vote, so the Liberals were able to defeat the motion by a single vote, 27-to-26.PC insiders vow that won’t happen when the vote on the confidence motion comes up next Wednesday, saying they want the legislature to clearly express a lack of confidence in the Liberals. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Keith Leslie, The Canadian Press Posted Oct 30, 2013 2:00 am MDT