VERSAILLES, Ind. – A Holton man is facing drunken driving charges stemming from an incident on Monday, December 15.Ripley County dispatchers received a call around 8:30 p.m. regarding a White Ford Ranger that had struck two vehicles and a building near the intersection of U.S. 421 and S.R. 350.Investigators say the truck went through several properties while fleeing the scene.Officers received a second call reporting that a White Ford Ranger had wrecked off of a curve on Railroad Road and 200 North.The driver, Damian B. Mcneelan, 20, was located and arrested on suspicion of OWI endangering.Nobody was injured in either incident, police said.
Clonmel Commercials and Cahir threw in at half three.Cahir took an early lead with a goal in the first minute or so of the game, and they followed it up with a second in the fifth minute.It looked to be an exciting game, however, as Clonmel fought their way back into it to take the win.That game finished up Commercials 21, Cahir 3-8.Then this evening Drom& Inch face JK Brackens in Templetuohy at 6; Kilsheelan-Kilcash take on Killenaule in Monroe at 7 and Moyle Rovers play Aherlow Gaels in Cahir at 7. In the County Senior Football Championship Galtee Rovers took on Ardfinnan in New Inn.Half time there saw Galtee rovers leading 1-8 to 6 points.The final score there was Galtee Rovers 3-10, Ardfinnan 12 points.
Projected CFP rankings: Who are the top four teams in college football?LSU (13-0)Ohio State (13-0)Clemson (13-0)Oklahoma (12-1)According to SN’s final college football rankings and Playoff picture , the top four will consist of LSU, Ohio State, Clemson and Oklahoma. Where the two differ is where Ohio State ranks: SN’s bowl season rankings have Ohio State No. 3, behind second-ranked Clemson. The Playoff picture projects them at No. 2, one spot ahead of the Tigers.College Football Playoff rankings by weekWeek 10No. 1 Ohio StateNo. 2 LSUNo. 3 AlabamaNo. 4 Penn StateWeek 11No. 1 LSUNo. 2 Ohio StateNo. 3 ClemsonNo. 4 GeorgiaWeek 12No. 1 LSUNo. 2 Ohio StateNo. 3 ClemsonNo. 4 GeorgiaWeek 13No. 1 Ohio StateNo. 2 LSUNo. 3 ClemsonNo. 4 GeorgiaWeek 14No. 1 Ohio StateNo. 2 LSUNo. 3 ClemsonNo. 4 GeorgiaWhen is the College Football Playoff?The College Football Playoff semifinals will be on Saturday, Dec. 28 with the Fiesta Bowl and Peach Bowl and the championship game will be on Monday, Jan. 13.DateBowlMatchupTime (TV channel)Dec. 28Peach BowlTBD vs. TBD4 p.m. ET (ABC)Dec. 28Fiesta BowlTBD vs. TBD8 p.m. ET (ABC)Jan. 13National championshipTBD vs. TBD8 p.m. ET (ABC)College Football Playoff committee membersHere is a look at the members of the CFP committee in 2019:Rob Mullens, ChairOregon athletic directorGary BartaIowa athletic directorFrank BeamerFormer Virginia Tech coachPaola BolvinArizona State professorJoe CastiglioneOklahoma athletic directorKen HatfieldFormer Clemson, Rice, Arkansas coachChris HowardRobert Morris University presidentRonnie LottFormer USC All-AmericanTerry MohajirArkansas State athletic directorRay OdiernoFormer U.S. Army Chief of StaffR.C. SlocumFormer Texas A&M coachTodd StansburyGeorgia Tech athletic directorScott StricklinFlorida athletic director No more statements, arguments or debates can be made on the field of play when it comes to the final College Football Playoff rankings. All that remains is the decision of the Playoff selection committee.What teams will comprise the final four teams of the 2019 Playoff? LSU, Ohio State and Clemson all completed 13-0 seasons with wins in the SEC, Big Ten and ACC championship games, respectively. Oklahoma (12-1) is the only other Power 5 conference champion with one loss or fewer; Utah was eliminated from contention with a Friday loss to Oregon in the Pac-12 championship. MORE: Who should be No. 1: LSU or Ohio State?But what order will we find these teams on Sunday? The main argument is for No. 1 between the Bayou Bengals and Buckeyes, though Clemson — which beat No. 23 Virginia 62-17 on Saturday — certainly made a compelling argument that it should be considered as well.Those are the questions for the Playoff committee to tackle. With that, here’s everything you need to know to tune in to the College Football Playoff selection show:What time are the College Football Playoff rankings released?Date: Sunday, Dec. 8Time: 12:15 p.m. ETThe College Football Playoff selection show starts at noon ET on Sunday, Dec. 8 and will run for four hours. The show will announce the unveiling of the four Playoff teams at 12:15 p.m. ET. Each of the New Year’s Day 6 bowl game pairings will be revealed at 3 p.m. ET, followed by the remainder of the bowl slate.CFP selection show channel, how to watchTV channel: ESPNLive stream: WatchESPNThe final unveiling of the College Football Playoff rankings will be shown on ESPN and can be livestreamed on WatchESPN. During ESPN’s four-hour show, the final four CFP teams, the committee’s final rankings and all the matchups of the New Year’s 6 games will be revealed.The “College GameDay” crew of Rece Davis, Kirk Herbstreit, Jesse Palmer, Joey Galloway and David Pollack will reveal the committee’s decision. Guest analysts Chris Fowler, Greg McElroy and Jon Vilma also will make appearances throughout the broadcast.