“This is part of our effort to discover new reserves in maintaining operation and production levels in the Mahakam Block,” wrote the company in a statement.PHM did not mention how much oil and gas it expected from the new well. However, PHM yielded 153,477 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd) last year, becoming Indonesia’s third-most-productive oil and gas company in 2019.Oil and gas reserves in the Mahakam Block are confined to thousands of small, isolated, underground pockets, which means PHM has to continually drill new wells in existing reserves, on top of drilling for new reserves, in maintaining production levels. The company drilled 127 wells last year.Furthermore, as a national oil company (NOC), Pertamina is obligated to uphold Indonesia’s upstream oil and gas industry in the name of domestic energy security even when less profitable, Pertamina president director Nicke Widyawati told lawmakers on April 4. “Most NOCs consistently spent between 12 and 35 percent of their upstream budget on exploration,” said senior energy analyst Huong Tra Ho of consultancy Wood Mackenzie in a statement dated May 20.“This is significantly higher than the majors’ [private oil companies] average spend of 8 percent of the upstream budget on exploration.”Topics : Pertamina Hulu Mahakam (PHM), a subsidiary of state-owned oil company Pertamina, is opening up a new oil and gas field in the country to find new reserves despite a sharp fall in crude oil prices.PHM began on May 21 drilling a new oil and gas exploration well in the Peciko Field, Mahakam Block, which is located off the coast of East Kalimantan, said the company in a statement on Monday (25/5).The company expects to finish drilling the well, which will be up to 2,700 meters deep beneath the sea surface, within 90 days.
Topics : Cramer wore a mask with the Republican president’s face on it and a T-shirt that read, “Trump 2020 — fuck your feelings.”Further north in Jacksonville, about 1,000 boats participated in the Trumptillas, according to official Duval County estimates.Trumptillas became popular in early May as Florida residents wanted to show support for the president while still respecting social distancing guidelinesPro-Trump flotillas for the president’s birthday also took place in Tampa, Pensacola and Sarasota on Florida’s west coast, as well as in the Keys off the state’s southern tip. Hundreds of President Donald Trump fans across Florida paraded their yachts in flotillas — or “Trumptillas” — on Sunday to celebrate his 74th birthday.The boats set sail from the Sunshine State’s major marinas. They flew American flags, and some had Trump’s “MAGA” slogan emblazoned on the hull.”They make him look like he’s a racist, but he’s not, and I’m here to celebrate him,” said Rachel Cramer, who was dancing on a boat leaving Fort Lauderdale to join a flotilla of dozens of other yachts headed for Boca Raton. “Also, happy birthday, Mr President!” The Republican Party announced Thursday that Trump will accept the GOP presidential nomination in Jacksonville following a row over coronavirus restrictions with the governor of North Carolina, where the event was originally scheduled.
Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza insisted Wednesday he would run for a controversial third term in elections set for June, defying international pressure to refrain from trying to extend his rule, despite deadly protests.“If the people of Burundi put their trust in us, it will be the last mandate I seek, as determined by the Constitutional Court,” Nkurunziza said in a televised speech.Holding an election was “the only solution” to the crisis triggered by his bid to prolong his 10-year tenure, he added.Over a dozen people have been killed and scores wounded since late April, when the ruling CNDD-FDD nominated Nkurunziza to stand for re-election, triggering daily protests.The police has been accused of using live ammunition in clashes with protesters in the capital Bujumbura.Over 35,000 Burundians have fled the country in recent weeks, mostly to Rwanda.Opposition parties and civil society groups say Nkurunziza’s third-term quest violates both the constitution, which limits a president to two terms in office, and the accords that ended a 13-year civil war between Tutsis and Hutus in 2006. The Constitutional Court found in favour of the rebel leader-turned-president in a ruling Tuesday, saying his first presidential term did not count as he was elected by parliament, not directly by the people.The government and opposition held talks Wednesday to try to defuse the tensions.“This is a last chance… they have to come up with concrete solutions so that elections can be held in acceptable conditions,” a Western diplomat said of the talks, warning international funding for the polls could be cut if a deal was not struck.But the main opposition leader Agathon Rwasa said the crisis had already gone too far and demanded the June 26 vote be postponed, arguing the “credibility of the electoral process is already in doubt”.Rwasa also called for the ruling party’s youth wing, a powerful militia called the Imbonerakure, to be disarmed.At least 16 people were wounded in renewed clashes Wednesday in Bujumbura, according to the Red Cross. Witnesses reported at least two grenade explosions.Burundi’s foreign ministry downplayed the violence, saying that “peace and security reigned” across the country, apart from “a few districts of the capital… shaken by illegal demonstrations and violence triggered by certain political opponents.”The police arrested a leading activist, Audifax Ndabitoreye, for “insurrection,” an AFP journalist witnessed.The arrest of the dual Burundi and Dutch national came a day after he called for further protests.He was released later in the day, but told AFP it was possible he would still have to be questioned by the intelligence services at a later date.Vice-President Prosper Bazombanza offered to release demonstrators who had been arrested, lift arrest warrants issued for key activists and reopen independent radio stations – on condition that “the insurrection stop”. Protests have rocked Burundi’s capital Bujumbura since president Nkurunziza was given the green light by his party to vie for presidency for a 3rd term President Pierre Nkurunziza was nominated by his part to vie for a third term in presidential elections in June
LocalNews Tourism stakeholders tackle cirme and violence in Dominica by: – March 2, 2012 Share Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Stakeholders in the tourism sector have been meeting with government officials to discuss the issue of criminal activities in the country.Photo credt: dominicaweeklyThe Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce, the Dominica Hotel and Tourism Association, and the Dominica Water Sports Association met with Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, Attorney General Levi Peter, Minister for National Security Charles Savarin, Minister Ian Douglas, and the Chief of Police this week.The Associations presented proposals to the Prime Minister and engaged in positive dialogue on collaborative steps moving forward.The DAIC said there is a “national sense of outrage” at the increasing levels of criminal activity perpetrated against citizens, businesses and visitors. It also noted that the private organizations have in conjunction with government agreed to work together to find effective solutions to these issues through various private sector initiatives; modernization of legislation earmarked at crime among other things. The DAIC is of the view that fast and effective justice would send the message that crime is not a viable option.Further meetings are expected to take place next week with the several other government officials.Dominica Vibes News 11 Views no discussions Share
This has been quite the campaign for Brendan Rodgers’ side, with just one point separating them and leaders Chelsea as the season enters the home straight. The Reds will look to maintain their charge with an eighth successive win on Sunday when they host Spurs, whose manager knows all about what it takes to win the Premier League. “The pressure is on Liverpool and you sensed it a little bit the other night, when Sunderland got back in the game. “After winning so many titles in their time they’re very close, one point off the top. “They’re absolutely flying, they’ve got a strike partnership who are the best the Premier League has seen for a very long time, and they’ve given themselves a real chance. “Now they have to believe that they’ve got something there that might fall through their grasp and might slip away. “Believe me that’s a really bad feeling to have, because perhaps you don’t play with the freedom that you normally played with earlier on in the season.” Tottenham will again be without Kyle Walker, Vlad Chiriches, Erik Lamela and Etienne Capoue for the trip to Anfield, although Emmanuel Adebayor could return from a gashed heel. “He’s confident that he’ll be okay,” Sherwood said. “He knows his body better than we do so let’s hope he’s right with that prediction.” As well as preparing for the daunting prospect of stopping Liverpool, Sherwood again had to field questions about his future in the pre-match press conference. It was announced on Friday that Guus Hiddink will take the post as Netherlands manager after this summer’s World Cup, replacing Louis van Gaal. The outgoing boss has made no secret of his desire to come to the Premier League and is bookmakers’ favourite to become Tottenham’s next manager. “The pressure is always there for a manager of Tottenham just to continue to do well and win games,” Sherwood said when asked about the latest development. “You know, there is obviously going to be a lot of managers that would wish to take this job. I am the man in control at the moment and it is up to them to come and get it. “There is no guarantee – anyone could be the best manager elsewhere, whatever country he comes from, and there is no guarantee he can ever do it at Tottenham. “If the glove doesn’t fit, sometimes it doesn’t work.” Sherwood captained Blackburn to the 1995 title, when Kenny Dalglish’s side limped over the line after struggling to cope with the expectation – something he has warned could derail Liverpool. “I think they have a real chance,” the Spurs boss said. “It all depends on how they can hold their nerve, how many players they’ve got within their squad who have done it previously. “Obviously Man City and Chelsea would have to be favourites because of the players they’ve got who have actually crossed that line and done it previously. “But Liverpool have gone from seventh last year and now they must be believing, with eight or nine games left, that they can actually win this Premier League title.” Sherwood celebrated the title with Blackburn at Anfield, despite losing their season finale there to Liverpool in May 1995. The former midfielder has fond memories of the stadium, which he said was the “home of football” back then. Sherwood joked leaving with a 3-0 defeat used to be a decent result for visiting sides, but Spurs do not go there with anything like that approach this weekend. “We don’t want to lose by three or five, we want to go there and win,” he said. Liverpool are tantalisingly close to a first league title since 1990 but Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has questioned whether they have the mental stamina to finish the job. Press Association
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) – Spinner Moeen Ali crowned his excellent series by taking five wickets as England beat South Africa by 177 runs in the fourth Test yesterday to secure a 3-1 series victory.South Africa, needing 380 to win, were bowled out for 202 on the fourth day with Man-of-the-Series Moeen taking 5 wickets for 69 runs and James Anderson claiming 3 for 16.The only real resistance came from Hashim Amla (83) and skipper Faf du Plessis (61), who put on a 123-run fourth-wicket partnership.But three quick wickets from Moeen put an end to any thoughts of a miracle and ensured England their first home series win over South Africa since 1998.Moeen, who scored an unbeaten 75 in England’s second innings, became the first player to score 250 runs and take 25 wickets in a four-match Test series.“What a series he has had,” said England all-rounder Ben Stokes. “He has come on leaps and bounds as a cricketer and this series has really defined him as a player for us.”It was always going to be a testing time for the tourists’ top order. Stuart Broad struck in the fourth over with a beautiful delivery that straightened off the seam and clipped Dean Elgar’s edge, to the delight of Jonny Bairstow, who grabbed the catch.Heino Kuhn then edged Anderson to Cook at slip and on the final ball before lunch Temba Bavuma was given out caught behind, after review, from the bowling of Toby Roland-Jones.There was no meek surrender though, Amla and du Plessis batting with skill and focus in a partnership that threatened to at least make contest of the Test.But spinner Moeen made the breakthrough, half an hour before tea, with a sharply turning delivery catching Amla leg-before on the back-foot, and he was dismissed following a successful review.Ali then dealt with Quinton de Kock, driving out of the rough and edging to Alastair Cook in the slips, and picked up the wicket of Theunis de Bruyn, caught by Stokes.The spinner then picked up two more wickets as England made short order of the tail after tea.“The way we have played as a unit, especially in these last two games has been brilliant,” said England skipper Joe Root, who had enjoyed success in his first series in charge.ENGLAND 1st innings 362 (J. Bairstow 99, B. Stokes 58, J. Root 52; K. Rabada 4-91)SOUTH AFRICA 1st innings 226 (J. Anderson 4-38)ENGLAND 2nd innings (o.n 224-8)A. Cook c de Bruyn b M. Morkel 10K. Jennings c Amla b Rabada 18T. Westley c sub. b M. Morkel 9J. Root b Olivier 49D. Malan c de Bruyn b Maharaj 6B. Stokes c du Plessis b Olivier 23J. Bairstow c Rabada b Olivier 10M. Ali not out 75T. Roland-Jones c Maharaj b Rabada 11 S. Broad c de Bruyn b M. Morkel 5J. Anderson c de Bruyn b M. Morkel 2Extras: (b-9, lb-13, nb-1, w-2) 25Total: (all out, 69.1 overs) 243Fall of wickets: 1-16, 2-30, 3-55, 4-72, 5-129, 6-134, 7-153, 8-211, 9-237.Bowling: M. Morkel 13.1-2-41-4 (nb-1), K. Rabada 17-4-50-2 (w-2), K. Maharaj 27-5-92-1, D. Olivier 12-5-38-3.SOUTH AFRICA 2nd innings (Target: 380 runs)H. Kuhn c Cook b Anderson 11D. Elgar c Bairstow b Broad 5H. Amla lbw b Ali 83T. Bavuma c Bairstow b Roland-Jones 12F. du Plessis c Bairstow b Anderson 61Q. de Kock c Cook b Ali 1T. de Bruyn c Stokes b Ali 0K. Maharaj not out 21K. Rabada c Westley b Anderson 1M. Morkel c Root b Ali 0D. Olivier c Stokes b Ali 0Extras: (b-4, lb-3) 7Total: (all out, 62.5 overs) 202Fall of wickets: 1-10, 2-18, 3-40, 4-163, 5-173, 6-173, 7-183, 8-195, 9-202.Bowling: J. Anderson 14-7-16-3, S. Broad 12-5-24-1, T. Roland-Jones 9-1-52-1, M. Ali 19.5-1-69-5, B. Stokes 6-1-26–0, J. Root 2-0-8-0.
Brock Lesnar a.k.a ‘The Beast Incarnate’ is one of the most popular names in WWE. Lesnar has dominated the WWE ring for a long time, but he has been a popular name in the Mixed Martial Arts industry too. While WWE is often considered as an entertainment sport or a fake fight by a lot of people, Lesnar is one of those real fighters to have embraced the WWE ring. Brock Lesnar was the only person to become a UFC Champion and WWE Champion until Ronda Rousey stepped inside the WWE ring and became a Champion.READ:-Seth Rollins Slays ‘The Beast’ Again, Fans Jubilant As He Wins His Second WWE Universal ChampionshipBrock Lesnar in UFCBrock Lesnar had a dominant career in UFC Heavyweight division for a long time and defeated some of the best martial artists of the division. Lesnar made his MMA debut in 2007 and was highly active from 2008-2011 in UFC. Brock Lesnar fought his last fight in 2016 against Mark Hunt and has not been active in UFC since then. Currently, Lesnar has a UFC record of five wins, three losses and one no-contest. He won his last fight in UFC 200 against Mark Hunt, but the match was ruled out as no-contest after a failed drug test.READ:-Independence Day Wishes Come In For India From The WWE; John Cena, Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins join InBrock Lesnar won his debut match against Min Soo Kim. Lesnar dominated the match with strikes and a great takedown, which made him win his debut match. The second match of his career against Frank Mir brought his first UFC loss. Brock Lesnar dominated the entire match with heavy punches, and he was pretty confident about his win, but Frank Mir made a great submission attempt and defeated Lesnar. Brock wanted an immediate rematch against Frank, but UFC lined up the veteran Heavyweight Champion Randy Couture against him in UFC 87. The entire MMA community thought that Couture will beat down Lesnar, but they had to eat their own words when Brock Lesnar shocked the World by defeating Randy Couture. Lesnar became the UFC Heavyweight Champion and got a rematch against Frank Mir in UFC 100. Frank Mir vs Brock Lesnar 2 became one of the best selling PPV fights at that time, and Lesnar proved his worth by successfully defeating Frank Mir in the rematch and retaining his UFC belt. Brock Lesnar fought his next match after a year in UFC 116 against Shane Carwin. Shane Carwin busted up Lesnar with some heavy shots, but Lesnar kept his ground game strong and submitted Carwin. After defending his belt for the second time, Lesnar fought Cain Velasquez again in the same year but ended up losing his belt. Brock Lesnar was going good in the fight but suddenly got blown up by Cain’s Velasquez and lost his belt. Brock Lesnar faced another loss in his next fight against Alistair Overeem in UFC 141 and kept himself out of UFC for a long time. Brock Lesnar made his return in UFC 200 against Mark Hunt and won the match, but the match ended up in a no-contest after Lesnar failed his drug test. FOLLOW US COMMENT LIVE TV 1 year ago Paul Heyman now says Hardik Pandya not ‘man enough’ to face Brock Lesnar in the ring, claims Ranveer Singh is a ‘Paul Heyman wannabe’ First Published: 11th September, 2019 16:15 IST 1 year ago Independence Day wishes come in for India from the WWE; John Cena, Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins join in 1 year ago Seth Rollins slays ‘The Beast’ again, fans jubilant as he wins his second WWE Universal Championship 1 year ago Rey Mysterio pays a unique tattoo tribute to late Eddie Guerrero WATCH US LIVE Written By WE RECOMMEND SUBSCRIBE TO US Raj Sarkar READ:-Paul Heyman Now Says Hardik Pandya Not ‘man Enough’ To Face Brock Lesnar In The Ring, Claims Ranveer Singh Is A ‘Paul Heyman Wannabe’Lesnar in UFCBrock Lesnar again made a buzz after Daniel Cormier called him out in UFC 226. Brock Lesnar went in the octagon and pushed Daniel Cormier. Fans were totally expecting a fight between the two of them, but after a while, the matter fizzled out. It seems that Dana White might book the fight for the future, but it is not in the talks right now. “It’s the fight I want,” he said. “I think everyone wants to fight Brock. We all want to fight Brock.” “Dana get on the phone right now. If you haven’t called him yet, do it today! What are you waiting for? Get this s–t on the books. Let’s get this on the books!” said Daniel CormierREAD:-Rey Mysterio Pays A Unique Tattoo Tribute To Late Eddie Guerrero 1 year ago Brock Lesnar’s advocate Paul Heyman confirms that he has sent a legal notice to Ranveer Singh over using his catchphrase. Details here Last Updated: 11th September, 2019 21:53 IST Brock Lesnar: UFC Records Of The MMA Star, Upcoming Fights And More Brock Lesnar’s dominant UFC records and WWE plans that everyone must know. Brock Lesnar is the first person ever to hold a UFC and WWE belt. Know more about him
The University of the West Indies (UWI) has conferred the title of ‘Chancellor Emeritus’ on its former Chancellor, Sir George Alleyne.UWI said Emeritus is a designation given to the former holder of an office, who having retired is allowed to retain the title.Sir George served as Chancellor from 2003 to 2010 and then 2010 to 2017 and the university said “his years of distinguished service in the office have left an indelible mark in the history of The UWI.“In addition to his service as Chancellor, he spent a total of 23 years working at the regional University.”Sir George was given the honorary title of Professor Emeritus after leaving UWI in 1981 to assume the position of Chief of the Unit of Research, Promotion and Coordination in the Division of Human Resources and Research at PAHO/WHO and ascended to the position of Director of PAHO in 1995.United noted that he is a “son” of the university “a proud alumnus, having graduated in 1957 as the gold medallist with the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS), from the then University College of the West Indies.“Throughout his accomplished career, Sir George has received numerous awards including prestigious decorations and national honours from many countries of the Americas. In 1990, he was made Knight Bachelor by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II for his services to medicine and in 2001, he was awarded the Order of the Caribbean Community, the highest honour that can be conferred on a Caribbean national.”Earlier this year, the Barbados-based Chronic Disease Research Centre, one of the lead agencies in the fight against chronic diseases, was also renamed in honour of Sir George. The acclaimed medical research unit is now called The George Alleyne Chronic Disease Research Centre.
Sir Alex Ferguson has criticised Manchester City over the sacking of Roberto Mancini.Mancini was dismissed by the club on Monday but Ferguson, who retires after Sunday’s game against West Brom, has sympathy with his old rival.It comes as a full-page advert from Mancini appeared in Saturday’s Manchester Evening News.The Italian has always had a good relationship with fans and thanked them for their support during his tenure.The ad says: “Manchester City Supporters 3 unforgettable years, you will always be in my heart, ciao, Roberto Mancini,” and features a picture of him with the Premier League trophy, FA Cup trophy and Community Shield, all of which he won during his time at the club.But Ferguson believes Mancini’s sacking was tough on the Italian. “It was quite amazing. He has won the FA Cup, been in the final, second in the league and won the league and it’s not good enough?” he said.“I was surprised, but actually no, you can’t say you are surprised not with some owners today. You can’t be surprised, but I still don’t think it was right.”David Moyes will take over at Old Trafford after 11 years at Everton but Ferguson believes that he can carry on the success they have enjoyed under his reign, despite what may happen at the club the Scot once described as ‘the noisy neighbours’ .“What happens at Man City won’t have any bearing on David,” he added.“He’s got the structure here and he’s got the experience. He’s had to handle things at Everton that are more difficult probably. I don’t think that matters. “I think the enormity of the club will be the most difficult aspect, he will soon realise that anyway.“The global brand and number of sponsors we have, he has to fit into that. I don’t think that’s an issue though and the most important thing is the team.“He’s got a good squad of players and he will want to add to that. He will have his own ideas and that’s good. He will be fine.”
Related links— Tim Tebow sees Playoff path for Georgia, win or lose vs. Alabama— The story behind viral video of Georgia teacher trolling student with Alabama gear— The power of Tua Tagovailoa, the megastar redefining Alabama’s dynasty Tagovailoa went 10 for 25 with 164 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions before coming out of the game with an apparent ankle injury. Hurts was 7 for 9 for 82 yards and one touchdown. He also rushed five times for 28 yards.Jake Fromm threw for 301 yards and three touchdowns on 25-for-39 passing for Georgia (11-2), which was looking to avenge its overtime loss to Alabama in last season’s College Football Playoff national championship game. MORE: Watch college football live on fuboTV (7-day free trial)Sporting News provided live updates and highlights of the Georgia vs. Alabama SEC championship game (all times Eastern):Alabama vs. Georgia: Score, updates, highlightsFinal: Alabama 35, Georgia 287:46 p.m.: The game ends on a Jake Fromm failed Hail Mary attempt. Alabama wins. 7:41 p.m.: Georgia converts on fourth-and-two to keep them alive. Jake Fromm completes a 4 yard pass to Terry Godwin.7:34 p.m.: Touchdown, Alabama. Hurts runs it in from the 15-yard line and the Tide have their first lead of the game! Alabama 35, Georgia 287:33 p.m.: Another third down conversion for Alabama. Hurts connects with Irv Smith, who fumbles but recovers.7:30 p.m.: It’s a fake! Georgia tries the fake punt on a direct snap to backup quarterback Justin Fields but he is stopped well short of the first down marker. Alabama takes over. 7:30 p.m.: Fromm’s pass on third-and-11 is incomplete.7:28 p.m.: Jake Fromm connects with DeAndre Swfit for a 26-yard completion to move the Bulldogs into Alabama territory. 7:19 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, Alabama. Hurts finds Jerry Jeudy, who makes a diving catch in the end zone and this game is tied up. Georgia 28, Alabama 28. 7:16 p.m.: Josh Jacobs takes a direct snap on third-and-1 and converts a huge first down to set up goal to go.7:15 p.m.: Hurts heaves up a prayer that is caught for 23 yards and then a 9-yard run by Damien Harris moves Alabama into the red zone.7:12 p.m.: Hurts shows no signs of rust and completes his first pass attempt of the game for 13 yards.7:10 p.m.: Quarterback Jalen Hurts comes in for an injured Tua Tagovailoa.7:09 p.m.: Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa goes down wrong on his ankle and is helped to the sideline. 7:03 p.m.: Riley Ridley makes a sideline catch for 8 yards. End of third quarter: Georgia 28, Alabama 216:44 p.m. TOUCHDOWN, Alabama. Tua Tagovailoa completes a pass to Jaylen Waddle who takes it 51 yards to the house. The extra point is good. Georgia 28, Alabama 21. Confirmed: Jaylen Waddle is incredibly fast. pic.twitter.com/p6TgHkBVsa— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 1, 20186:39 p.m.: INTERCEPTION. Tua Tagovailoa throws his second interception of the night. The pass intended for Alabama wide receiver Jaylen Waddle is picked off by Georgia defensive back J.R. Reed. GEORGIA SMELLING UPSET. pic.twitter.com/D2O8U9keZp— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 1, 20186:32 p.m.: Rodrigo Blankenship’s 30-yard field goal attempt is no good. 6:29 p.m.: Quarterback Jake Fromm passes to Isaac Nauta for a 55 yard gain. 6:18 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, Georgia. Wide reciever Riley Ridley goes 23 yards to give the Bulldogs six more, Extra-point is good. Georgia 28, Alabama 14. ABSOLUTELY. PERFECT. THROW. pic.twitter.com/fyMlRLKhH7— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 1, 20186:17 p.m: Elijah Holyfield goes 21 yards to the Alabama 23 yard line. Halftime: Georgia 21, Alabama 145:36 p.m.: Alabama is called for a running into the penalty. Georgia gets the ball back. 5:29 p.m.: The call on the field is changed, TOUCHDOWN, Alabama, on a 1-yard Josh Jacobs rush, fumble, recovery. The extra point is good. Georgia 21, Alabama 14. How about that?Josh Jacobs fumbles the ball, but regains possession in the end zone for a touchdown. pic.twitter.com/cIdq1sohRd— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 1, 20185:28 p.m.: The call on the field of a fumble recovered by Georgia in the end zone is under review. 5:26 p.m.: Alabama running back Damien Harris takes it to the 1 fon an 11 yard play. 5:24 p.m.: Running back Josh Jacobs takes it to Georgia’s 16 yard line on a 59-yard run. 5:20 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, Georgia. D’Andre Swift extends Georgia’s lead taking it11 yards to the house. The extra point is good. Georgia 21, Alabama 7. 5:13 p.m.: Tua Tagovailoa is nearly intercepted on third down and Alabama is forced to punt. 5:07 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, Georgia. Georgia regains the lead with a 7-yard touchdown run from D’Andre Swift. Extra-point is good. Georgia 14, Alabama 7. Folks, there’s a reason his name is D’Andre Swift. pic.twitter.com/LFKd09xtgb— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 1, 20185:05 p.m.: Georgia converts on another third down with a pass to Terry Godwin for 11 yards. 5:01 p.m.: Georgia converts on third-and-one with D’Andre Swift 7-yard run. 4:57 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, Alabama. Josh Jacobs takes it 1 yard for a touchdown. The extra point is good. Georgia 7, Alabama 7. Joshua Jacobs walks it in. pic.twitter.com/Fxftvh6lpc— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 1, 2018End of first quarter: Georgia 7, Alabama 04:53 p.m.: Josh Jacobs rushes for 13 yards to the Georgia 1 for a first down.4:52 p.m.: Tua Tagovailoa is sacked for a loss of 4 yards. 4:50 p.m.: Running back Najee Harris rushes for 17 yards to the Georgia 29 for a first down. 4:47 p.m.: Tua Tagovailoa completes a pass to wide receiver Henry Ruggs III for a 23-yard gain to the Georgia 49. 4:47 p.m.: Kicker Rodrigo Blankenship’s 65-yard kickoff is a touchback. 4:43 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, Georgia . Tight end Isaac Nauta catches a 20-yard pass from Jake Fromm for a touchdown. The extra point is good. The Bulldogs lead 7-0. 4:42 p.m.: Jake Fromm finds Riley Ridley for an 11-yard completion to the Alabama 20. 4:40 p.m.: Jake Fromm completes a pass to Jeremiah Holloman for an 18-yard gain to the Alabama 42. 4:35 p.m.: The Crimson Tide go three-and-out. Kicker Mike Bernier’s 39-yard punt is caught by wide receiver Mecole Hardman at the Georgia 40. 4:31 p.m.: The Bulldogs are forced to punt. Jake Camarda’s 44-yard punt is a touchback. 4:29 p.m.: Another first down for the Bulldogs after an 8-yard pass from Jake Fromm to wide receiver Riley Ridley to the Alabama 45. 4:27 p.m.: Quarterback Jake Fromm completes a pass to wide receiver Jeremiah Holloman for 19 yards to the Georgia 43. 4:22 p.m.: Tua Tagovailoa is intercepted by defensive back Richard LeCounte. He returns the interception for 29 yards to the Georgia 29. There is a illegal block penalty called on Georgia linebacker Juwan Taylor. A Tua pick in the red zone? 👀 You don’t see that very often. #SECChampionship(📹: @CBSSports ) pic.twitter.com/2hsUTp6WWc— FanSided College (@FanSidedU) December 1, 20184:20 p.m.: Tua Tagovailoa is sacked by linebacker D’Andre Walker for a loss of 11 yards to the Georgia 17. 4:19 p.m.: Running back Damien Harris rushes for 14-yards to the Georgia 6 for a first down. 4:18 p.m.: Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa completes a pass to wide receiver DeVonta Smith for a 9-yard gain to the Georgia 20.4:15 p.m.: The Bulldogs go three-and-out on their opening drive of the game. Kicker Jake Camarda’s 47-yard punt is returned by wide receiver Jaylen Waddle for 36 yards to the Georgia 29. 4:10 p.m.: Georgia will receive first and start with the ball on its own 25. No. 1 Alabama, behind backup quarterback Jalen Hurts, punched its ticket to the College Football Playoff on Saturday with a come-from-behind 35-28 victory over No. 5 Georgia in the SEC championship game.Hurts came on for an injured Tua Tagovailoa in the second half with the Crimson Tide (13-0) trailing 28-21. He then led Alabama on two scoring drives, capping the last one with a go-ahead 15-yard rushing touchdown with 1:04 remaining in regulation.