ESPN College GameDayCollege GameDay has made some fun stops already this year. It opened in Texas for Oregon vs. Auburn, and stayed in the area the following week, for the massive Texas vs. LSU game.This week, ESPN’s beloved Saturday pregame show went up to Ames for the first time. Iowa and Iowa State are still playing, after multiple weather delays.We now know the location for College GameDay in Week 4. One look at the schedule, and it shouldn’t be a hard one to guess.Georgia hosts Notre Dame in a rematch of a 2017 classic in South Bend. That road win helped vault the Dawgs to the College Football Playoff. The Fighting Irish made the field last season. With both teams starting the year undefeated, Athens is a perfect choice for GameDay.A T H E N S 😎 @NDFootball x @GeorgiaFootball … see you next week!(📍@HomeDepot) pic.twitter.com/WhWHZxKtFm— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) September 15, 2019GameDay last made its way to Athens in 2013, ahead of a huge game between the Dawgs and LSU Tigers. Georgia won that thriller 44-41.This may not be the best omen for the Bulldogs though. Per the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, UGA has a very poor record when their game is the focus for College GameDay.Georgia has cruised along to a 3-0 record to open the year. The No. 3 team in the country beat Vanderbilt in the season opener in Nashville, and has now dispatched of FCS Murray State and today, Arkansas State 55-0.Notre Dame, ranked No. 7, is 2-0 on the year. The Fighting Irish looked a bit shaky against Louisville in Week 1. After a bye last Saturday, the Fighting Irish throttled New Mexico today 66-14.Next week will be a statement game for either team, and will have the winner firmly in the early College Football Playoff discussion.
The President also showed the importance of the responsibility behind protecting the Sinharaja forest which has a bio diversity valued by the entire world.In order to prevent people residing in the area from being harmed, President Sirisena had advised the authorities to complete the construction of a protective elephant fence as early as possible. (Colombo Gazette) President Maithripala Sirisena further instructed the officials to take steps to conserve the animals within the lands that belong to them in order to protect the wild elephants. A decision taken to shift two rare elephants from the Sinharaja Forest Reserve has been suspended.President Maithripala Sirisena had earlier instructed the Secretary to the Ministry of Environment and the Director General of the Department of Wildlife Conservation to keep the two rare elephants in the Sinharaja Forest Reserve, a World Heritage site, until a decision is taken after formulating a proper procedure. The President further instructed the Secretary for the Ministry of Environment Anura Dissanayake and the Director General of the Department of Wildlife Conservation Anura Saturusinghe to take further steps after consulting a group of experts in the regard and following a scientific study by those experts if there is any need to relocate the two elephants.