For the second-consecutive year, UCF finished the college football season undefeated. And for the second consecutive season, the undefeated Knights were held out of the College Football Playoff after finishing a Group of Five all-time high No. 8 in the final rankings.Sure, the Knights are headed to yet another New Year’s Six Bowl game. However, the team has to feel left out after winning 25 games over the past two seasons – including last year’s Peach Bowl against Auburn.To bad, so sad, says Paul Finebaum. On his show Thursday afternoon, Finebaum has a message for UCF.“Shouldn’t the UCF’s of the world be contest that they are in a New Year’s Six game?” Finebaum said on the SEC Network.”Shouldn’t the UCF’s of the world be content that they are in a New Year’s Six game?”– Paul @finebaum just now on @SECNetwork— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) December 6, 2018Yet another undefeated season and no respect. The Knights’ football team and their fans everywhere will surely give Finebaum a piece of their mind.For now, they’ll have to settle for the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl against LSU on January 1.
In 2017/18 there were 8,537 such admissions, compared with 2,893 in 2008/9. Record numbers of pensioners are being admitted to hospital suffering malnutrition amid a growing social care crisis. Charities said the figures were “shocking,” with vulnerable people being left to starve for want of help at home or in care homes. The statistics from NHS Digital show a tripling in adult hospital admissions with a primary or secondary diagnosis of malnutrition in the past decade. Charities said pensioners had been found “living… Experts said the vast majority of such cases involve elderly patients, with malnutrition only diagnosed after they were admitted to hospital for other reasons, such as a fall.