MIAMI GARDENS, FL – JANUARY 03: Ohio State Buckeyes helmets sit in the endzone prior to the Discover Orange Bowl against the Clemson Tigers at Sun Life Stadium on January 3, 2014 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Eric Glvoer-Williams, a former four-star recruit who left Ohio State this past season, has found a new place to play college football. It’s somewhat of a surprising pick.The former top 100 recruit is headed to the Division II ranks. He’ll play for Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania.The news was broken by Bill Greene of Scout.com.Former Canton McKinley and Ohio State athlete Eric Glover-Williams is headed to Slippery Rock to continue his career. Former 4-star that can play either side of the football. #THEROCK pic.twitter.com/BiWVdp86qB— Bill Greene (@BillBankGreene) May 27, 2018Glover-Williams played this past season for East Mississippi Community College.The former four-star recruit was highly pursued coming out of high school. He was a consensus top 100 recruit, but failed to crack the top of the depth chart at Ohio State.Some projections had him ending up at Kentucky, but he appears to have chosen Slippery Rock instead.Best of luck to Eric moving forward.
The company has also contracted with Sedna Industrial IT Solutions, now based in Elko, to provide to provide networking infrastructure support and maintenance. “The Arturo site is the ideal environment for testing because we are in early phases of mine development and able to integrate and the autonomous technology on an existing fleet of trucks. Testing can be done without impacting production at Barrick’s core operations,” said Jerry Johnson, Superintendent for Open Pit Operations at Goldstrike. The company recruited autonomous operators and staff for the project from its existing workforce. In addition, Sedna is currently recruiting and training a local team to ensure that the capability to support and expand the project remains in Elko. As reported yesterday in the Elko Daily Free Press, Barrick Gold Corp has begun testing surface autonomous haulage technologies at its South Arturo Joint Venture gold operation in Nevada (Barrick 60%/Premier Gold Mines 40%), building on the use of autonomous and semi-autonomous equipment at Barrick’s underground operations such as Cortez.South Arturo provides potential for open pit production that could extend over an 8 to 9-year period with underground mining opportunity as a further upside. The ore from South Arturo will be trucked primarily to Barrick’s Goldstrike mine for processing. The focus for 2018 will be to commence construction of the Phase 1 open pit and El Nino underground deposit, which be developed from the bottom of the Phase 2 pit. For 2018, operational guidance at the mine is 5,000 to 10,000 oz gold at a cash cost of $600-$650/oz and all-in sustaining costs of $620-$670/oz.Barrick and Premier have partnered with Utah-based Autonomous Solutions Inc to retrofit an existing fleet of five haul trucks with autonomous kits. IM understands that the five trucks are Komatsu 930E-2 models. ASI began installation of the technology in early April 2018. The first truck is currently undergoing system testing and is expected to enter full operation by the end of June 2018.“The goal is to use advances in automation technology to help Barrick prove and deliver improvements in safety, efficiency and production,” said Matt Majors, Superintendent of Mining Operations and Project Manager for autonomous haulage. “As the mining industry continues to innovate and adopt new technology at increasing speed, autonomous is quickly becoming a critical component to running a safer and more sustainable operation,” said Bill MacNevin, CEO of Barrick Nevada. “The company’s long-term sustainability is dependent on the safety and security of our employees. That is why Barrick remains committed to innovation and teaching the next generation of skills in a rapidly changing technological environment.” Surface testing will begin with autonomous haulage at Arturo, located approximately 25 miles northwest of Carlin on property adjacent to Barrick’s Goldstrike operations. Testing will continue through 2018 and include evaluation of the potential for surface autonomous technology at other Barrick operations in Nevada such as Goldstrike.
The first of two major trophies in Belarussian handball has been taken by reigning champions Meshkov Brest. EHF CL contenders in current season, beat the biggest rivals from capital Minsk – SKA 27:23 (14:12) at the final match on home soil in Brest. Sergey Bebeshko boys showed domination and deserved trophy, which coming before the Play-Off Final in which SKA Minsk will be stronger for the biggest domestic star Siarhei Rutenka.SKA – BGK IM. MEŠKOVA – 23:27 (12:14)SKA: Hadkevič (4), Korolek (4), Kuleš (4), Podšivalov (3), Bočko (3), Jurinok (3), Vailupov (2).BGK: Stojkovič (8), Šilovič (6), Baranov (3), Tiumencev (3), Kristopans (3), Nikulenko (2), Kamšik (1), Razgor (1). Belarussian handballMeshkov BrestSKA Minsk ← Previous Story Kadetten win Swiss Cup 2016 Next Story → Olympic gold in France worth 100.000€