After the game’s conclusion, many of Michigan’s players jumped into the stands celebrating the win. The act went viral on social media sparking mixed reactions.Jim Harbaugh: “That’s how you fight. That’s how you scratch and claw. Both teams did that.” Adds that he could talk about Michigan’s defense all day. The offense had mistakes that put the defense in tough spots. https://t.co/k9fuAzLM7R pic.twitter.com/R5V3BeBCkJ— Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) September 7, 2019Regardless, the Wolverines are now 2-0 on the year. As the old saying goes, “a win is a win”. But there will surely be questions surrounding the offensive game plan moving forward.Luckily for Michigan and Harbaugh, the Wolverines are entering a bye week. They’ll then go on the road to face Big Ten opponent Wisconsin. ANN ARBOR, MI – NOVEMBER 03: Michigan Wolverines Head football coach Jim Harbaugh watches the pregame warms ups prior to the start of the game against the Penn State Nittany Lions at Michigan Stadium on November 3, 2018 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)Michigan narrowly escaped with a win in overtime against Army on Saturday. The seventh-ranked Wolverines were 22 point favorites heading into the game, according to OddsShark.Despite nearly losing, and plenty of issues to sort out, head coach Jim Harbaugh took it in a different direction. In the post-game press conference, Harbaugh praised the fight of both teams.“That’s how you fight. That’s how you scratch and claw. Both teams did that.”An interesting, but expected response from the Michigan head coach. Media members aren’t seeing it the same way though.As previously mentioned, the Wolverines were 22 point favorites heading into the match-up. Army had a chance to win the game with a field goal at the end of regulation, but couldn’t convert.
Nova Scotians who have substantial experience working in the alarm and security trade will now have the option to gain recognition for those skills through a certification process. The Department of Labour and Workforce Development in partnership with industry and the Canadian Security Association, introduced a new provincial certificate of qualification examination, today, June 13. Tradespeople who have 9,000 hours or 4.5 years of hands-on experience working in the trade can write the certification exam without completing a full apprenticeship program. “We are taking steps to make it easier for Nova Scotia’s tradespeople to become certified,” Mark Parent, Minister of Labour and Workforce Development. “I encourage all skilled tradespeople working in the alarm and security industry to write this exam. The more certified journeypersons we have in this province, the more apprentices we can train.” To qualify, tradespeople will have to produce references from two individuals in the trade. “The alarm and security technician exam is a critical step toward raising the standard for the installation of electronic security systems in Nova Scotia,” said Dan Small, chair of the Canadian Security Association’s government relations committee in Nova Scotia. “These highly skilled certified journeypersons will help build a skilled workforce to meet Nova Scotia’s growing security needs.” The cost associated with applying for and writing the alarm and security technician exam will be reduced for the first 18 months at a fee of $130.97. The regular fee of $654.86 will be reinstated on November 30, 2009.