It is finally here. Game week for Week 1 of the 2018 college football season has arrived.There are a couple of huge matchups this week. There are multiple games that could have an early impact on the College Football Playoff chase.Additionally, there are a few under-the-radar games that could get wild. One Vegas computer model is predicting two big upsets in those games.OddsShark’s computer is picking FAU to knock off Oklahoma and San Diego State to shock Stanford.Here are their score predictions.We’ll see if these picks come to fruition. If these upsets happen, college football will be rocked in Week 1.You can view all of OddsShark’s predictions here.
In a letter to the Security Council detailing the work of the Cameroon-Nigeria Mixed Commission, Mr. Annan says about 462 kilometres of the border have been demarcated so far, although there have been some delays to that progress. He quotes UN civilian observers as reporting that the situation along the border is calm.Nigeria formally withdrew from the peninsula and transferred authority to Cameroon in August, in line with the Greentree Agreement signed by the two countries in June.That agreement was itself the results of a negotiation process conducted by the Mixed Commission, which was set up by Mr. Annan to help the two nations peacefully resolve the Bakassi dispute.Under the agreement, Nigeria recognized Cameroonian sovereignty over the region, in accordance with a ruling by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in 2002. Located on the Gulf of Guinea, the Bakassi had been the subject of intense and sometimes violent disputes between the two countries for decades.In his update, Mr. Annan writes that after the entire land border is demarcated, pillars will be emplaced and then a final survey and mapping will take place. The delineation of the maritime boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria is still expected to be completed later this year as well.The Secretary-General also appeals for voluntary financial contributions to the Commission’s work, noting its success so far and the increasingly clear signs that it will not be able to complete its entire mandate by the end of next year.