If that were really the case, then Georgia should have the top spot and it shouldn’t be that much of a debate. The Dawgs’ win at Notre Dame continues to look more impressive, while Bama’s win over Florida State in “the greatest opening weekend matchup ever!” isn’t really that anymore, is it? Meanwhile, in the beauty contest between one-loss teams, Oklahoma’s loss to Iowa State doesn’t look so bad anymore, does it? And despite the Big 12’s overall issues, the Sooners’ bulldozing of the Horseshoe remains one of the year’s most impressive victories.
The best one-on-one battle of the day was Julio Jones vs. Morris Claiborne, at least while it lasted. The Jets cornerback did an excellent job keeping the Falcons’ All-Pro playmaker in check before Claiborne was forced out of the game with a foot injury.
He practiced in full each day and is not listed on the pregame injury report. If he is limited again this week, it won’t be because of the health of his hamstring.
Alshon Jeffery, Philadelphia Eagles, groin, 1 p.m. ET: Despite his addition to the injury report this week with a groin injury, Jeffery was a full participant in practice throughout the week and there are no concerns about his availability for Sunday.
The project is expected to include a high-end hotel and first-class restaurants, office space and retail stores, apartments and condos. Khan wants all the buildings to have “a soul, have character to them,” he says. “You see that in Barcelona, or in Paris.” This is all expected to cost north of $500 million in private funding, and Khan is expected to foot a good chunk of that.
“Shad has said, this is the one great chance that Jacksonville has to change its face,” says Paul Harden, Khan’s Jacksonville-based lawyer, another partygoer. “[Shad] doesn’t do anything small, as you can see by his boat.