MORE: Week 6 Playoff pictureThe 2019 college postseason schedule features 40 bowl games between FBS teams, with the finale at the national title game on Jan. 13 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. This year’s semifinal games will be on Dec. 28. Sporting News’ Week 6 bowl projections are here, and it features the usual combination of Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma and Ohio State in our projected College Football Playoff field.That said, a shakeup has shifted in our projected end-of-year Playoff matchups. Sporting News now has Alabama vs. Oklahoma in the Peach Bowl, which would give the people what they want with quarterbacks Tua Tagovailoa and Jalen Hurts. We have Clemson and Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl in a rematch from the 2016 season. The rest of our New Year’s Day Six projections remain the same. Sporting News has projections for all 40 bowl games here, and they will be updated each week during the college football season. Our projections heading into Week 6 of the college football season:Week 6 college football bowl projectionsDec. 20Makers Wanted Bahamas BowlWestern Michigan vs. Southern MissDec. 20DXL Frisco BowlToledo vs. SMUDec. 21Gildan New Mexico BowlLouisiana Tech vs. WyomingDec. 21AutoNation Cure BowlArkansas State vs. CincinnatiDec. 21Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton BowlMarshall vs. TempleDec. 21Raycom Media Camellia BowlEastern Michigan vs. TroyDec. 21Mitsubishi Motors Las Vegas BowlFresno State vs. CalDec. 21R&L Carriers New Orleans BowlWestern Kentucky vs. Appalachian StateDec. 23Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla BowlUAB vs. MemphisDec. 24SoFi Hawaii BowlBYU vs. HawaiiDec. 26Walk-On’s Independence BowlArizona* vs. SyracuseDec. 26Quick Lane BowlNorthwestern vs. Boston CollegeDec. 27Military Bowl Presented by Northrop GrummanArmy* vs. TulaneDec. 27New Era Pinstripe BowlNebraska vs. Florida StateDec. 27Academy Sports and Outdoors Texas BowlWest Virginia vs. Ole MissDec. 27SDCU Holiday BowlUSC vs. Michigan StateDec. 27Cheez-It BowlWashington State vs. Iowa StateDec. 28Camping World BowlTCU vs. PittsburghDec. 30SERVPRO First Responders BowlKansas State vs. IndianaDec. 30Franklin American Mortgage Music City BowlVanderbilt vs. MiamiDec. 30Redbox BowlArizona State vs. MinnesotaDec. 31Belk BowlKentucky vs. North CarolinaDec. 31Hyundai Sun BowlUtah vs. Wake ForestDec. 31AutoZone Liberty BowlBaylor vs. Mississippi StateDec. 31Valero Alamo BowlWashington vs. Oklahoma StateDec. 31NOVA Home Loans Arizona BowlLouisiana vs. Air ForceJan. 1Outback BowlTexas A&M vs. MichiganJan. 1Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus BowlAuburn vs. Penn StateJan. 2Birmingham BowlUCF vs. South CarolinaJan. 2TaxSlayer BowlFlorida vs. IowaJan. 3Famous Idaho Potato BowlMiami (Ohio) vs. Utah StateJan. 4Lockheed Martin Armed Forces BowlTexas Tech vs. NavyJan. 6Mobile Alabama BowlOhio vs. UL-Monroe*No conference tie-in to bowlMORE: Biggest October storylinesCollege Football Playoff/New Year’s Day Six projectionsDec. 28Goodyear Cotton BowlNotre Dame vs. Boise StateDec. 30Capital One Orange BowlVirginia vs. LSUJan. 1Rose BowlOregon vs. WisconsinJan. 1Allstate Sugar BowlGeorgia vs. TexasDec. 28PlayStation Fiesta Bowl (semifinal)Clemson vs. Ohio StateDec. 28Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl (semifinal)Alabama vs. OklahomaCollege Football Playoff championship projectionJan. 13College Football Playoff championshipClemson vs. Alabama
Mae’s graduationThe 2018 graduating class of Mae’s Schools was charged by former Education Minister Priya Manickchand to envision the Guyana they would like to live in and involve themselves in work that would get the country there.The students were congratulated for their hard work and told that they were already winners as millions of children across the world are unable to complete their primary education.Manickchand pointed out to the graduating class that they are all intelligent students who could and must do well where ever they go.She used statistics to show that schools all across the country are doing well andFormer Education Minister Priya Manickchand with Mae’s student, Anjalie Dhoray who secured a perfect score in Social Studies. Also in photo is Anjalie’s mother, Christine Dhoraypointed out that children that topped the region at CXC had come Anna Regina, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) and New Amsterdam, Berbice, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne). She urged the graduates to go on and shine and involve themselves in the civic life of the country so that together we could take Guyana forward.Manickchand especially recognised Maefield Rodrigues, who she said is a pioneer in the private school industry. She hailed the teachers for giving consistently good results to those they teach but implored them to keep consciously examining their methods for relevance and effectiveness.Nalia Rahaman, 11, of Westfield Prep, is the country’s top student at the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) examinations, having secured a perfect score of 529.The elated student explained that she was very happy to have been informed that she had secured the top spot this year. Rahaman sat the examination at a tender age of 10 with the aspiration of becoming an author.The top student for Region One (Barima-Waini) was Romario De Souza; from Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam), it was Alex Muntaz; from Region Three (Essequibo Islands-West Demerara), it was Darren Ramphal; from Region Four (Demerara-Mahaica), Kaydee Ali prevailed; as did Anne Khemraj from Region Five (Mahaica-Berbice), Rajiv Babulall from Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne), Kenneth Edwards from Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni), Lotasha Stanislaus from Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni), Nikolai Kissoon from Region Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo), and Shakina Mc Gregor from Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice).