LOS ANGELES, CA – OCTOBER 24: Clouds over the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum turn pink in color as the sun sets during the Oregon State Beavers and USC Trojans college football game at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on October 24, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)It might be time for a head coaching change in Los Angeles.USC’s football program, led by head coach Clay Helton, fell to 5-5 on the season following a home loss to Cal on Saturday night.It’s unclear just how hot Helton’s seat is at USC, but there are certainly some fans ready to move on from him.Helton was reportedly booed as he made his way off of the field on Saturday night.“USC fans booed Clay Helton as he walked up the tunnel.”USC fans booed Clay Helton as he walked up the tunnel.— Keely Eure (@keelyismyname) November 11, 2018USC is, without a doubt, one of the most-disappointing teams in college football this year. The Trojans have a talented roster, but have played nothing like a top 25 team.Helton and Co. finish the year with games at UCLA and home vs. Notre Dame.If USC loses out, a head coaching change seems probable. Stay tuned.
“There still remains much to do,” Mr. Annan said in a message to the Conference of the Partners of Burundi, set up by a regional summit last September attended by heads of State or government from Burundi, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa, Gabon, Kenya, Zambia and Ethiopia as well as senior officials from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Rwanda, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, the United States, United Kingdom, the African Union Commission and the European Commission.“The Burundian people need all our support to consolidate the peace achieved with so much difficulty and establish solid foundations on which to build a better future,” he added, congratulating the country on last year’s democratic elections, an important landmark in its transition.“In countries emerging from conflict like Burundi, reconstruction and development efforts are as vital as actions taken to re-establish and maintain peace and must therefore be addressed with the same attention and urgency on the part of the international community,” Mr. Annan declared.While voicing his deep hope that Burundi’s partners “will reply massively” to the appeal launched by the Burundian Government, he also reminded the Burundian people of their obligation to embark firmly on the path of reconstruction and peace so as to benefit together from the dividends of peace.“You may rest assured that the United Nations system, for its part, will continue to support these efforts and to work at your side for the wellbeing of the entire Burundian people,” he concluded.