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first_img Clemson OL John Simpson, who is cosplaying as Trevor Lawrence at ACC Media Day, says that Notre Dame was a tougher test than Alabama.Clemson crushed both teams in the College Football Playoff. After casting aside the Fighting Irish 30-3, the Tigers stunned ‘Bama 44-16.LOTS of questions here at Media Day about the Alabama remarks about Clemson/Clemson not getting its credit. John Simpson says Notre Dame -not Bama- was the best team Clemson played.— Grace Raynor (@gmraynor) July 17, 2019I assume Simpson was taking a shot back at Moses with this quote, though by score, he’s not wrong. The Tigers beat Notre Dame by 27 and Alabama by 28.Of course, by that metric, Syracuse was the toughest test that Clemson faced. The Orange nearly stunned Clemson for a second straight season during the regular season, giving up the lead late to fall 27-23.Either way, the Tigers went 15-0, capping one of the most impressive seasons in modern college football. If Alabama players truly think that was a fluky result, they may very well get their shot at a rematch yet again this winter. Notre Dame RB Dexter Williams rushes against Clemson.ARLINGTON, TEXAS – DECEMBER 29: A.J. Terrell #8 of the Clemson Tigers tackles Dexter Williams #2 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the second half during the College Football Playoff Semifinal Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic at AT&T Stadium on December 29, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Alabama and Clemson don’t share a conference, and if they face each other yet again, it will be in the post-season. That didn’t stop the two teams from firing some barbs today.ACC and SEC Media Days featured Clemson and Alabama respectively today. Naturally, players from those teams were asked about their national title game counterparts.Crimson Tide linebacker Dylan Moses opened things up with a controversial take. While ‘Bama beat Georgia and was blown out by Clemson, he said that the Dawgs were the tougher team to face.Clemson has responded in kind from Charlotte.last_img read more

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first_imgNova Scotia continues to be a leader in protecting the environment, becoming the first province in Canada to offer a mandatory training course for septic professionals. “Septic professionals in Nova Scotia have an important role to play in helping to protect our environment,” said Mark Parent, Minister of Environment and Labour. “This course will help them gain valuable knowledge about our regulations and how they help preserve and manage our water resources.” Septic professionals who take the course will learn about safety procedures for handling and transporting liquid waste, equipment use, emergency-spill response and measures that will improve public and environmental health. “We understand our role in environmental protection and we take our responsibilities seriously,” said Darrell MacKenzie, owner MacKenzie’s Septic Tank Services in Pictou County. “Our industry is looking forward to enhancing our skills and knowledge, while promoting the quality of our services.” Government required all septic tank professionals to be certified in April 2007 when the On-Site Sewage Disposal Systems Regulations took effect. They must take this training course within their the first year of certification. About 160 people will take courses from March 10-14 in Sydney, Truro, Halifax, Bridgewater and Yarmouth. For more information on Nova Scotia’s On-Site Sewage Disposal Systems Regulations, visit the department’s website at www.gov.ns.ca/enla .last_img read more

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