Rutgers went with true freshman quarterback Artur Sitkowski as its starter to begin the year. He can’t be a big fan of drawing Nick Bosa and the Ohio State defense in his second start.Bosa has been a monster for his entire career as a Buckeye, as was his older brother Joey before him. He’s been incredibly impressive against the Scarlet Knights today.Moments ago, he blew by a Rutgers offensive tackle, and took Sitkowski down hard on a blind-side sack.The first half ends with a @nbsmallerbear sack. pic.twitter.com/utVRxKUiBN— Ohio State on BTN (@OhioStateOnBTN) September 8, 2018Artur Sitkowski was reportedly shaken up after the Nick Bosa sack.That play ended the half for the Buckeyes.Artur Sitkowski wincing and holding his shoulder as he walks to the locker room at halftime. The first half could not have gone worse for Rutgers. pic.twitter.com/OeekFDgI89— Brian Fonseca (@briannnnf) September 8, 2018Hindsight is 20/20 but calling a pass play with 5 seconds before the half was ridiculous and Rutgers may have paid the ultimate price with Sitkowski getting clocked by Bosa and appearing to hurt his shoulder. Half couldn’t have gone any worse.— Aaron Breitman (@aaron_breitman) September 8, 2018Rutgers should probably just take Sitkowski out of the game. That poor QB is getting annihilated, the game is over, and he is a true freshman with a future.— Mike Dury (@MikeDury) September 8, 2018Sitkowski was 6-for-18 for 38 yards and an interception in the first half for Rutgers. The Scarlet Knights trail the Buckeyes 35-0.Last week, in a 35-7 win over Texas State, he showed the ups and downs of playing a freshman quarterback.He completed 20-of-30 throws for 205 yards and a score, but also had three interceptions.Still, he should have a bright future for Chris Ash’s squad. Hopefully any injuries he suffered are minor.
zoom The industrial action at APM Terminals in Gothenburg, organized by the Swedish Dockworkers’ Union (Svenska Hamnarbetarförbundet, section 4), will be continued as the union served a new strike notice on May 3.Namely, the dockworkers plan on stopping all operation at the terminal for 24 hours on May 17 at 16.00 and on May 24.In addition to the strikes, the union has also left notice of an overtime blockade eight hours before and eight hours after each strike, according to APM Terminals.“It is of course regrettable that we have received new notices of strike, and we realize that the actions will affect our customers in a negative way,” the operator added.The union earlier said that the inability to reach an agreement on their demands with the employers after several rounds of talks has led to the industrial action.As disclosed, the main requirements include demand for a separate collective agreement and decision on how many persons can participate in a negotiation. They also contain other issues related to job satisfaction at the terminal.The new round of strikes follows the initial 24-hour walkouts undertaken by the dockworkers on April 26 and 28, which were not expected to affect other terminals at the Port of Gothenburg.“Even though we have a dialogue with the unions, it will most likely unfortunately take several more days before we are back at our normal production levels,” APM Terminals said.APM Terminals said the strikes were significantly impacting its operations.“We have a high density in the yard as an effect of the strike which significantly impacts the goods flow through the terminal. At the same time we also have a high absence rate among our machine operators,” the operator added.In its latest customer advisory, Hapag-Lloyd said that the strike at APM Terminals in Gothenburg continues and that the port has now closed the gates for delivery of export containers, adding that any additional costs as a result of this strike will be for the account of the cargo.World Maritime News Staff