1. Clemson: at South Carolina on Nov. 30, 14.9 percent chance at loss (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)2. Alabama: at Auburn on Nov. 30, 26.4 percent chance at loss (Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images)3. Georgia: at Auburn on Nov. 16, 45.3 percent chance at loss (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)4. Oklahoma: at UCLA on Sept. 14, 38 percent chance at loss (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)5. Ohio State: at Michigan on Nov. 30, 76.6 percent chance at loss (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)6. LSU: at Alabama on Nov. 9, 74.8 percent chance at loss (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)7. Michigan: at Penn State on Oct. 19, 41.7 percent chance at loss (Photo by Corey Perrine/Getty Images)8. Florida: at LSU on Oct. 12, 70.3 percent chance at loss (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)9. Notre Dame: at Georgia on Sept. 21, 70.3 percent chance at loss (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)10. Texas: Oct. 12 vs. Oklahoma, 76.1 percent chance at loss (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)***As you’ve seen above, Clemson, Alabama, Georgia, Oklahoma and Michigan are all favored to win every game they play. It’d be shocking if the college football season works out that way, though. NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 23: Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Chris Fowler are seen during ESPN’s College GameDay show at Times Square on September 23, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)College football’s preseason top 25 poll was released on Monday afternoon, with the Associated Press unveiling its rankings.The Associated Press’ preseason top 10 is as follows:ClemsonAlabamaGeorgiaOklahomaOhio StateLSUMichiganFloridaNotre DameTexasCollege football’s national champion will probably come from that group, so that group will also surely lose plenty of games.According to ESPN’s Football Power Index, here are the most-likely losses for each team:
A statement issued today by Mr. Ban’s spokesperson said the communiqué was issued by the two sides from Havana, Cuba, where peace talks have been under way since 2012. According to the statement, the requested UN mission would constitute “the international component of a tripartite mechanism to monitor and verify a future agreement on a bilateral and definitive ceasefire and cessation of hostilities and the laying down of arms.”“The Secretary-General also welcomes the parties’ request to the members of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) to contribute international observers to the mission to be established by the United Nations,” continued the statement.The UN chief congratulated the Government of Colombia and the FARC-EP on yet another significant step toward the peaceful resolution of the armed conflict. He reiterated the commitment of the United Nations to continue to support their efforts in the search for peace.The FARC rebels have been in talks with the Government seeking to end a 51-year conflict that has left nearly a quarter of a million victims. Throughout the discussions, which started in Havana in 2012, negotiators have reached agreement on key issues such as the political participation, land rights, illicit drugs and transitional justice.Addressing the UN General Assembly’s annual high-level debate this past September, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said “Colombia is on the path to peace,” aiming to bring an end to the longest armed conflict in the Western Hemisphere. He also announced that 23 March would be the deadline for signing a final agreement.